(or symmetry) property of the Fourier transform. my book states that it is:

X(t) <-> 2(pi)x(-w)

...And this is pretty much all the text has to say about it.

first is the usage of X(t) as appose to x(t) in the situation to denote the

fact that we are using duality? My book never mentions why it is suddenly

used, and this seems to be the only time it is used.

Also, when can I use this property, when is it applicable or even useful?

They don't even say where it was derived from, making it that much harder to

figure out.

thanks for any light you might be able to shed.

-matt