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What are the mathematical consequences of a discrete signal living in Hilbert space?

I am doing the Coursera course on DSP by Prandoni and Vetterli, and was excited to learn that we can use the tools of vector spaces to analyze discrete signals. At this early point in the course the ...
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Why do we read that Hilbert transform can be used for envelope detection?

We can often read that Hilbert transform is useful for envelope detection (e.g. Hilbert transform to compute signal envelope?) I have done some tests with various soundfiles, and ...
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Hilbert Transform Filter for OFDM Signals

I am trying to design a Hilbert Transform Filter for OFDM signals. The specifications for the ofdm system are as follow: ...
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Hilbert-Huang Transform Implementation

I am looking for a implementation of Hilbert-Huang Transformation. Ideally, in Java, but any language with similar syntax would prove useful. Could someone point me to a specific implementation, ...
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Precisions on Hilbert Huang transform

After investigating signal analysis methods based on empirical mode decomposition (EMD), I found that recent developments are mostly related to the Hilbert Huang transform (HHT) and the Local Mean ...
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Why do envelope extraction before pitch detection?

I am referring to this report on pitch estimation. The author does envelope extraction using Hilbert transform before applying AMDF. What is the advantage of doing that? Is speech a narrowband ...
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What is a complex helical sequence?

Matlab says x = hilbert(xr) returns a complex helical sequence, sometimes called the analytic signal, from a real data sequence. How did the name ...
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What exactly is a complex envelope?

I have seen this be mentioned a couple of times in some books I read, so I want to make sure. Is the complex envelope simply the summation of the real and quadrature components of a signal, whereby ...
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Hilbert transform filter for audio applications: Using IIR half-band parallel all pass structure

Does anyone have any experience designing wideband IIR Hilbert transform filters with audio applications in mind? I am using the filter for single side band modulation audio effects discussed in this ...
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How do I find the Hilbert transform (qudrature) of a discrete signal by convolution with a Hilbert kernel?

Given a discrete real signal $ f_{re}(t) $ the (complex) analytic signal is given by: $ x(t) = f_{re}(t) + j*f_{im}(t) $. I want to calculate $f_{im}(t)$: the quadrature by convolving with a Hilbert ...
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Derive minimum phase from magnitude

With the desired magnitude of a transfer function in the frequency domain in C++ as described below what is the correct corresponding minimum phase? In general how does one derive the correct minimum ...
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How to find the envelope of a wide-band signal?

I would like some feedback on possible techniques that one may use to determine the envelope of a broad-band time domain signal. I have heard anecdotally, that it is not as straight-forward as it ...
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Envelope of time domain signal // Hilbert transform

to get the envelope of a time domain signal, s(t), I use the absolute of its analytical time domain signal. But there occur the problem that sometimes the envelope is not as desired a true envelope ...
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Matlab Hilbert Transform in C++

I asked this at Stack Overflow, they told me to come here. First, please excuse my ignorance in this field, I'm a programmer by trade but have been stuck in a situation a little beyond my expertise ...
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Hilbert transform: analytic signal

I want to observe how the signal's phase changes over time and I know Hilbert transform can be used here to get the analytic signal, from which I can extract the amplitude and phase. I know that to ...