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Physics, 21.06.2019 22:30
Fft review: linspace, fs, fftshift, nfft 1. generate one second of a cosine of w,-10hz sampled at f, = 100hz and assign it to x. define a tt as your time axis 2. take 64 points fft. 3. as you remember, the dft (which the fft implements) computes n samples of s2t where k-0,1,2, n -1. plot the magnitude of this 64-points fft at range 0 to 63, what do you think of this graph? 4â·to get the x-axis into a hz-frequency form, plot this 64-points fft between-50 to 50 (the 100hz sampling rate) and have n-points between them. 5. according to your figure, what frequency is this cosine wave at? 6. remember that the fft is evaluating from 0 to 2ď€. we are used to viewing graphs from-ď€ to ď€. therefore, you need to shift your graph. 7. now according to your shifted graph. what frequency is this at? 8. note that the spikes have long drop-offs? try a 1024-point dft. note that the peak is closer to 10 and the drop-off is quicker. although, now sidelobes are an issue
Physics, 22.06.2019 07:30
Some material consisting of a collection of microscopic objects is kept at a high temperature. a photon detector capable of detecting photon energies from infrared through ultraviolet observes photons emitted with energies of 0.3 ev, 0.5 ev, 0.8 ev, 2.0ev, 2.5ev, and 2.8ev. these are the only photon energies observed. (a) draw and label a possible energy-level diagram for one of the microscopic objects, which has four bound states. on the diagram, indicate the transitions corresponding to the emitted photons. explain briefly. (b) would a spring–mass model be a good model for these microscopic objects? why or why not? (c) the material is now cooled down to a very low temperature, and the photon detector stops detecting photon emissions. next, a beam of light with a continuous range of energies from infrared through ultraviolet shines on the material, and the photon detector observes the beam of light after it passes through the material. what photon energies in this beam of light are observed to be significantly reduced in intensity (“dark absorption lines”)? explain briefly.