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Using the power series summation formula, how do I find the discrete Fourier transform of this signal $x(m)=e^{\frac{2\pi *i* f_0 m}{F_s}}$, $m=0,\ldots,(N-1)$, where $f_0$ is the fundamental frequency?

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Do you mean $\displaystyle x(\color{red}n)=e^{\color{red}i\cdot 2\cdot \pi\cdot f_0\cdot n /F_s}$ instead? – draks ... Nov 7 '12 at 20:40
it's weird, my 'i' disappeared, edited now. Thanks – user48540 Nov 7 '12 at 21:38

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