Welcome to the documentation for the AEPSignal framework! AEPSignal is a powerful signal processing library that provides developers with a comprehensive set of tools for working with digital signals. Whether you are analyzing, transforming, or generating signals, AEPSignal has got you covered.
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To start using AEPSignal in your projects, follow the simple steps below:
- Open your terminal and navigate to your project directory.
- Run the following command to install AEPSignal via Cocoapods:
Once you have installed AEPSignal, you can import the framework into your project using the following import statement:
AEPSignal provides a wide range of features for signal processing, including:
- Signal filtering
- Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)
- Signal generation
- Signal analysis
Example 1: Filtering a Signal
In this example, we demonstrate how to filter a signal using AEPSignal. First, make sure you have imported the AEPSignal framework into your project. Then, follow the code snippet below:
// Create an instance of the AEPSignalFilter class let signalFilter = AEPSignalFilter() // Apply a low-pass filter to the input signal let filteredSignal = signalFilter.lowPassFilter(inputSignal, cutoffFrequency: 100)
Example 2: Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)
In this example, we show you how to perform a Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) using AEPSignal. To get started, import the AEPSignal framework and use the code snippet below:
// Create an instance of the AEPSignalTransform class let signalTransform = AEPSignalTransform() // Perform a Fast Fourier Transform on the input signal let fftResults = signalTransform.fft(inputSignal)
We welcome contributions from the community. If you have suggestions for new features, bug reports, or want to contribute code, please follow our GitHub repository and feel free to submit a pull request.
If you encounter any issues or have questions about AEPSignal, you can reach out to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always happy to assist you!