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```It is well-known that the Fourier of a series of reguarly-spaced
impulses is also a series of impulses in the frequency domain. I need
to find the Fourier Transform of a series of impulses described by

v(t) = sum(impulse(t - ln(K)), K = 1 to infinity

where impulse(x) for x != 0, and a finite-area impulse for x = 0. In
other words, v(t) is an impulse train with impulses occuring at t =
0, ln(2), ln(3), ln(4) ...

Any ideas on how to approach this?

Thanks for any ideas!

```
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