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Why zero-pad at the end of a signal?

What differences does it make? In one line - The phase information of the Fourier transform changes. Explanation: Adding zeros at the start of the signal translates to adding delay. Consider the ...
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Why zero-pad at the end of a signal?

The frequency resolution in the context of the DFT is indeed dependent on the length of the signal in the time domain, not merely the size of the DFT. Here’s a more detailed explanation: Frequency ...
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