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Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Paul Date: 7 Jul, 2008 21:42:01 Message: 1 of 11 
Is it somehow possible to use FFT (or an other function) 
Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Dave Robinson Date: 8 Jul, 2008 09:19:01 Message: 2 of 11 
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Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Rune Allnor Date: 8 Jul, 2008 12:30:02 Message: 3 of 11 
On 7 Jul, 23:42, "Paul " <brinkman_p...@hotmail.com> wrote: 
Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Greg Heath Date: 8 Jul, 2008 13:41:41 Message: 4 of 11 
On Jul 7, 5:42=A0pm, "Paul " <brinkman_p...@hotmail.com> wrote: 
Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: jge455@gmail.com Date: 8 Jul, 2008 13:41:44 Message: 5 of 11 
You could heterodyne your data so that the sample 120000 is zero 
Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Paul Date: 8 Jul, 2008 14:28:01 Message: 6 of 11 
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Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Steve Amphlett Date: 8 Jul, 2008 15:05:04 Message: 7 of 11 
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Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: turtie Date: 8 Jul, 2008 16:42:41 Message: 8 of 11 
You can try using the freqz command. 
Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Andy Robb Date: 8 Jul, 2008 20:36:01 Message: 9 of 11 
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Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Greg Heath Date: 9 Jul, 2008 05:25:30 Message: 10 of 11 
On Jul 7, 5:42=A0pm, "Paul " <brinkman_p...@hotmail.com> wrote: 
Subject: FFT around a specified frequencyband From: Paul Date: 9 Jul, 2008 14:05:21 Message: 11 of 11 
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