My snipet code have 3 harmonics, second's amplitude is maximum, but abs(fft(X)) returns first as maximum. I use MATLAB R2022a.
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Georges Theodosiou on 14 Sep 2022
Commented: Georges Theodosiou on 28 Sep 2022
In Xn first harmonic's amplitude is 170, second's 220, and third's 150. But abs(fft(Xn) returns maximum first's. Thanks in advance. It is executing in R2022a version.
SampFreq = 16000;
Segm = 1:2048;
Pitch = 45;
FirstHarmAngles = Pitch*2*pi/SampFreq*Segm+1.9*pi;
SinFirstHarmAngles = sin(FirstHarmAngles);
SecondHarmAngles = Pitch*2*2*pi/SampFreq*Segm+2.9*pi;
SinSecondHarmAngles = sin(SecondHarmAngles);
ThirdHarmAngles = Pitch*3*2*pi/SampFreq*Segm+0.3*pi;
SinThirdHarmAngles = sin(ThirdHarmAngles);
Xn = 170*SinFirstHarmAngles+220*SinSecondHarmAngles+150*...
ABS = abs(fft(Xn))
Jeffrey Clark on 14 Sep 2022
@Georges Theodosiou, you don't have enough samples to easily interpret the abs(fft), if you change Segm = 1:2048 to use 16384 you get
Your plot from 2048 samples shows that the second peak contains the energy over a wider frequency range. Instead of increasing the number of samples this can be captured by increasing the fft n-point DFT by adding 16384 as the DFT size e.g., ABS = (abs(fft(Xn,16384))) which results in
Please see Fast Fourier transform - MATLAB fft (mathworks.com) and its examples for more information.
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