Assume I have only access to only one period of a signal that there is a transient effect on the signal as well.
I am pretty sure that there is a particular frequency in the signal. Is there a way to extract the exact value of DC and magnitude of that frequency by FFT (somehow erasing the effect of transient from the signal).
To make it more clear, check this figure:
I divided my signal into seven sections.
For each section, I want to know the DC value; and magnitude of the particular frequency that I always know exist in my signal.
My problem is that there is a transient effect on all sections that affect the next section for a short time. This phenomenon is much more clear in T6 in the figure.
Is there a way to get rid of the transient in signal processing?