Forgive me if this question does not meet the bar for this forum. But i would really appreciated some help.

I'm trying to construct a function according to some conditions in the frequency domain of the Fourier transformation. I want the function to be analytic and real when I transform it back to the time domain. The Fourier transformation of $f$ has of course some symmetry criteria to make $f$ real. But what about the Analytic property. As an analytic function imply some convergent power series expansion, and the Fourier transform of a polynomial is a sum of derivatives of Delta functions, I assume that there is a corresponding criteria of the Fourier transformation.

So the question is: If a function $f:\mathbb{R}\rightarrow \mathbb{R}$ is assumed to be analytic, what is the corresponding criteria for the Fourier transform of the function $\mathcal{F}[f] (k)$?

*Edit*: what I am trying to construct is probability distribution with the following condition

$f(x/\mu)/\mu=\frac{2}{3} f(x) + \frac{1}{3} (f\ast f)(x)\quad$ where $\ast$ mark the convolution, and $\mu=\frac{4}{3}$. $f$ is positive and real for $x\in [0,\infty)$

Taking the fourier transformation make the condition simpler:

$\tilde f(\mu k) = \frac{2}{3}\tilde f(k) + \frac{1}{3}\tilde f^2(k)$

So my problem is to construct $f$ (I am in particular interested in the tail behavior) and I try to use the properties of $\tilde f$. I posted a similar problem a while ago (see here). Julián Aguirre answered how to construct $\tilde f$ if it is analytic. But the inverse transformation of the power expansion is an infinite sum of derivatives of Delta functions, and is of little help.