I have a basic, simple question, I am a physics student, and searching internet gives me a lot of signal processing theory but couldn't find this basic answer, which I plan to implement in my speech detection algorithm (if the answer to this question is yes) so :
Imagine I have two sine waves :
G1 = A1*sin(t)
G2 = A2*sin(t+dt)
We dont know about this two waves however. What we know is a signal superposition of this two waves measured in terms of amplitude over time.
So we can have a measurement data like :
time Amplitude t1. a1 t2. a2 . . . . tn an
Now, We know using Fourier transformation, we con obtain the frequency of this individual components, but I have another question, is it possible to retrieve the amplitudes and the phase shift
A1, A2, dt of the individual input components ? So we can reconstruct the individual input signals fully ?