Stand-alone dsp application, C/C++ Programming

You are required to write a stand-alone DSP application in the C programming language.

The overall objective of this application is to convert a signal from the time domain to the frequency domain so that its amplitude spectrum can be observed.

This application will take as its input a digital signal in the time domain (i.e. a sampled waveform) and perform a discrete Fourier transform (DFT) on it to produce its amplitude spectrum which can then be output in numerical and graphical form.

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The number of waveform samples input to the algorithm can be chosen by the user to vary anywhere within the range 8 to 1000.  These will be stored in a real array, x[1000].

The resulting amplitude spectrum must be presented to the user in single-sided format and stored in a real array, X[1000].

The application must be tested thoroughly to prove its accuracy.  It is suggested this is done with,

(a) A sinusoid

(b) A squarewave

(c) A waveform consisting of the addition of 3 sinusoids.

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