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DFT for a Given Frequency (Goertzel) Functions

The functions described in this section compute a single or a number of the discrete Fourier transforms for a given frequency. Note that the DFT exists only for the following normalized frequencies: 0, 1/
N
, 2/
N,
... (
N
-1)/
N
, where
N
is the number of time domain samples. Therefore you must select the frequency value from the above set.
These Intel IPP functions use a Goertzel algorithm [Mit98] and are more efficient when a small number of DFT values is needed.
Some of the functions compute two values, not one. The applications computing several values, for example the dual-tone multi frequency signal detection, work faster with such functions.

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