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Fourier Analysis in Introductory Physics
1.The original MacScope program, which we developed in the 1980s, worked only on the Mac and required external hardware costing nearly $2000. Macscope II is a shareware program available on the Physics2000 CD and at http://Physics2000.com.
2.iMic is available at http://www.griffintechnology.com.
3.Many data acquisition programs have a Fourier analysis feature, but MacScope's requirement that the user select a repetitive section of a waveform is what allows MacScope to reconstruct that section from selected harmonics.
4.These papers are available at http://ftp.aip.org/cgi-bin/epaps?ID=E-PHTEAH-45-010701. For more information, see the EPAPS homepage, http://www.aip.org/pubservs/epaps.html.[Supplementary Material]
5.F. Hajiesmaeilbaigi and A. Azima, “Ultrashort-pulse generation by self-mode-locked Ti:sapphire lasers without apertures and with low pumping powers,” Can. J. Phys. 76, 495–498 (June 1998).
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