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why is the magnitude of a window 1?

Asked by Lisa Justin

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on 20 Feb 2012

Why does windows generally have a magnitude of 1?

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Answer by David

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on 20 Feb 2012
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I assume that you are talking about windowing functions for filtering. I believe that it is so that you don't alter the analysed signal magnitude.

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Lisa Justin

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on 20 Feb 2012

thanks David.

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Answer by Sukuchha

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on 20 Feb 2012

because doors have magnitude of 2 and usually window are smaller than doors.

jokes apart, give some information what u talking abt.

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