Convolution in Matlab

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Convolution in Matlab. The convolution in matlab is accomplished by using “conv” command. If “u” is a vector with length ‘n’ and “v” is a vector with length ‘m’, then their convolution will be of length “n+m-1” Convolution is a commutative operation.

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## Convolution in Matlab

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Convolution in Matlab
• The convolution in matlab is accomplished by using “conv” command.
• If “u” is a vector with length ‘n’ and “v” is a vector with length ‘m’, then their convolution will be of length “n+m-1”
• Convolution is a commutative operation.
• Convolution in time domain corresponds to multiplication in frequency domain.
The impulse response and input to the system is used to calculate the system output, an example follows
Frequency Domain Analysis
• The basic command to do the Fourier analysis is “fft”,
Convolution Using FFT
• In frequency domain convolution is merely multiplication of signals, this property is used to find response of systems
• Let x1 be an input signal to system with impulse response x2 , we take fft of x1 and x2 and multiply them to get the x3 the frequency domain output from the system.
• Ifft(x3) will give us the time domain output.
Another Example of forming your own functions in matlab
• In this example our objective is to form a function which takes x1(input) and x2(impulse response) and returns both the frequency domain and time domain output