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How to use FFT2

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How to apply the 2D FFT functions in Matlab

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The note explains in detail how to apply the Matlab 2-dimensional FFT for filtering of two-dimensional signals, e.g. images.
It is shown how to connect the output from fft2 to the actual Fourier transform of the signal, and in particular how transfer functions of simple filters may be coded.

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Can you tell me more about symbols that you used?

What is K0, cut-off frequency? What are other K and why like this?

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Vitaly Minchenya

I applied it as follows:

%****FFT Low Pass Filter****%
    %Array dimensions
    M = 1024;
    N = 1024;
    %Sampling intervals
    dx = 1;
    dy = 1;
    %Characteristic wavelengths
    KX0 = (mod(1/2 + (0:(M-1))/M , 1) - 1/2);
    KX1 = KX0 * (2*pi/dx);
    KY0 = (mod(1/2 + (0:(N-1))/N , 1) - 1/2);
    KY1 = KY0 * (2*pi/dx);
    [KX,KY] = meshgrid(KX1,KY1);
    %Filter formulation
    K0 = 0.16;
    T = (KX.*KX + KY.*KY < K0^2);
    %Filter Application
    bwmofilt = ifft2(T.*fft2(bwmo));
%******END of FFT Low Pass Filter******%

Vitaly Minchenya

Very helpful.

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helping material

Vishnuvenkatesh Dhage

George Caminha

A good material...

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urs (us) schwarz

since this PDF submission does not provide any usable code it should be tagged as a WHITE PAPER

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