### (@learner80)

Hello Kaz!Thanks for the info!It is interesting about fractional delay. I am trying to understand it. But as I see and you mentioned the shape of the signal during...

Hello Kaz!mm I am a bit confused by your last paragraph of your comment.How could I use delay in digital domain by fraction if I want to keep the length and Fs fixed...

Hello Kaz,Thank for the info and your complement!So from what I understand there is no way. The only way is that I increase the N if Fx is fixed in order to put...

Hello Kaz!Thanks for the answer. No related to any particular tasks but For example maybe there is a hardware that has fix N sample memory and fix Fs. I know the...

Hello Kaz,1) what is your platform: dsp, or pc matlab or fpga...? octave(matlab)2) what is your given input ? N=10 Fs=10 x=[0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0]3) what output...

Thanks Dr.Yes I did not understood exactly your point and if someone understood it please let me know. But what is the right way then. So far what I understand...

Hello DrCould you please answer the question that I posted? when you move to other topics it makes me more distracted. I know that Square has odd frequency bins...

Thanks Dr!What I plotted in the picture in the previous post was wrong? (You needed to click on the picture text or here at https://pasteboard.co/IA0GprW.png)I still...

Thank you Dr for great explanation. I think in the time that I was editing my post you replied me. You mentioned that the sample time is bin size. I watch a Youtube...

Thank you Dr!I think I got your idea but when I center the SINC function in 3.42Hz center or basically the following function Sin(pi*(x-3.42))/(pi*(x-3.42)) I...

Thank you dr!Still it is not easy to follow it. I am looking to find a solution from an example that I could understand it. For example if I have Fs=10 Hz and...

Thank you Drmike!I am actually looking for the exact solution how to split it. Is it possible to let me know how you came with .64 and .36 values for bins three...

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