Circular convolution in MATLAB

I had been breaking my head over convolution for the past one week, and last night there was the revelation I had been waiting for. After that moment of truth, I no longer know why it took so much time-what was there not to understand?

Anyway, once I had nailed convolution, I figured out a neat way to implement circular  convolution in MATLAB. For convolution of 2 sequences of length n, this will give the desired result:

for i=1:n

out=out + input1(i)*input2;

input2=circshift(input2,[0 1]);

end %end of for building convolved sequence.

Figuring that out kind of made my day today. This is what Richard Feynman called “The Pleasure of Finding Things Out”.

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