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## Signals & Systems Questions and Answers – Inverse Fourier Transform

This set of Signals & Systems Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Inverse Fourier Transform”.

## 1. Find the inverse Fourier transform of X(ω) = e-2ω u(ω).

a) 1

2π(2+jt)

b) 1

2π(2−jt)

c) 1

2(2+jt)

d) 1

π(2+jt)

Explanation: We know that x(t) = 1

−∞
X(ω)e
jωt

∞ ∞
x(t) = 1

−∞
e
−2ω
u(ω)e
jωt
dω =
1

−∞
e
−2ω
e
jωt
dω =
1
.
2π 2π 2π(2−jt)

1+3(jω)
2. Find the inverse Fourier transform of X(ω) = 2
.
(3+jω)

## a) 3e-3t u(t) + 8e-3t u(t)

b) 3te-3t u(t) – 8e-8t u(t)
c) 3e-3t u(t) + 8te8t u(t)
d) 3e-3t u(t) – 8te-3t u(t)

1+3(jω)
Explanation: Given X(ω) = 2
=
A
+
B
2
=
3

8
2
3+jω 3+jω
(3+jω) (3+jω) (3+jω)

## Applying inverse Fourier transform, we get

x(t) = 3e-3t u(t) – 8te-3t u(t).

## 3. Find the inverse Fourier transform of δ(ω).

a) 1

b) 2π
c) 1π
d) π

Explanation: We know that x(t) = 2π
1

−∞
X(ω)e
jωt

= 1

−∞
δ(ω)e
jωt
dω =
1

.

## 4. Find the inverse Fourier transform of u(ω).

j
a) 1

2
δ(t) +
2πt
j
b) 1

2
δ(t)–
2πt
j
c) δ(t) + 2πt
j
d) δ(t) – 2πt

Explanation: We know that u(ω) = 1

2
[1+sgn(ω)].
Applying linearity property,
u(ω) = -1 [ 12 ] + F −1 [ 12 sgn(ω)]
j
u(ω) = 1

2
δ(t) +
2πt
.

## 5. Find the inverse Fourier transform of ej2t.

a) 2πδ(ω-2)
b) πδ(ω-2)
c) πδ(ω+2)
d) 2πδ(ω+2)

Explanation: We know that ejω0 t ↔ 2πδ(ω-ω0)
∴ ej2t ↔ 2πδ(ω-2).

## 6. Find the inverse Fourier transform of jω.

a) δ(t)
b) d

dt
δ(t)
c) 1

δ(t)

d) ∫δ(t)

Explanation: Time differentiation property, d

dt
x(t) ↔ jωX(ω) and we know that δ(t) ↔ 1
∴ d
δ(t) ↔ jω.
dt

6+4(jω)
7. Find the inverse Fourier transform of X(ω) =
2
.
(jω) +6(jω)+8

## a) e-2t u(t) – 5e-4t u(t)

b) e-2t u(t) + 5e-4t u(t)
c) -e-2t u(t) – 5e-4t u(t)
d) -e-2t u(t) + 5e-4t u(t)

6+4(jω)
Explanation: X(ω) =
2
=
A
+
B
= −
1
+
5

(jω) +6(jω)+8

## Applying inverse Fourier transform, we get

x(t) = -e-2t u(t) + 5e-4t u(t).

8. Find the convolution of the signals x1 (t) = e-2t u(t) and x2 (t) = e-3t u(t).
a) e-2t u(t) – e-3t u(t)
b) e-2t u(t) + e-3t u(t)
c) e2t u(t) – e3t u(t)
d) e2t u(t) – e-3t u(t)

Explanation: Convolution property, x1 (t)*x2 (t) ↔ X1 (ω) X2 (ω)
∴ x1 (t)*x2 (t) = F-1 [X1 (ω) X2 (ω)]
Given x1 (t) = e-2t u(t)
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∴ X1 (ω) = 1
jω+2

## Given x2 (t) = e-3t u(t)

∴ X1 (ω) = 1
jω+3
x1 (t)*x2 (t) = F-1 [X1 (ω) X2 (ω)] = F-1 [ jω+2
1 1

jω+3
] = F
−1
[
1

jω+2

1

jω+3
]

## 9. Find the inverse Fourier transform of f(t)=1.

a) u(t)
b) δ(t)
c) e-t
d) 1

Explanation: We know that the Fourier transform of f(t) = 1 is F(ω) = 2πδ(ω).
Replacing ω with t
F(t) = 2πδ(t)
As per duality property F(t) ↔ 2πf(-ω), we have
2πδ(t) ↔ 2π(1)
δ(t) ↔ 1
Hence, the inverse Fourier transform of 1 is δ(t).

## 10. Find the inverse Fourier transform of sgn(ω).

a) 1

πt
j
b) πt
j
c) t

d) 1

Explanation: Given the function F(ω)=sgn(ω). The Fourier transform of a Signum function is sgn(ω) = 2
.

## Applying the duality property F(t) ↔ 2πf(-ω), we get

F( 2 ) = 2πsgn(-ω).
jt

## As sgn(ω) is an odd function, sgn(-ω)=-sgn(ω).

Hence, 2 ↔ -sgn(ω)
jt

Or πt
2
↔ sgn(ω)
j
Therefore, the inverse Fourier transform of sgn(ω) is πt
.

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