np.ifft() method, we can get 1-D inverse Fourier transform using
np.ifft ( ) .
Return: strong > Return a series of inverse fourier transformation.
Example # 1:
In this example we can see that using
np.ifft () , we can get a series of inverse Fourier transforms using this method.
[5. + 0.j 0.2236068 - 0.21796276j -0.2236068 - 0.92330506j
-0.2236068 + 0.92330506 j 0.2236068 + 0.21796276j]
Example # 2:
# NumPy import
numpy as np
np .array ([
- code >
# using the np.ifft method ( )
np.fft. ifft (a)
[-2.42 + 0.j -0.77 + 1.13774197j -0.77 + 3.30553221j -0.77 - 3.30553221j
-0.77 - 1.1377 4197j]
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