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Hilbert Transform is an operator of a function of time or frequency domain that, unlike the Fourier Transform, returns a function in the same domain. The Hilbert Transform of $ x \left( t \right) $ essentially preserves magnitude and shifts the phase of all positive frequency components by -90° (Also shifts the phase of all negative frequencies by +90°).

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Is it possible to implement a block-wise Hilbert transformer using FFT

I'm implementing a discrete Hilbert transformer and I know that an ideal Hilbert transformer is anti-causal and has infinite length so we can only make approximation. There are some FIR and IIR ...
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Why does fourier transforming an analytic signal gives me negative frequency components?

I consider an array: import numpy as np from scipy.fft import fft from scipy.signal import hilbert a=np.random.rand(5) First I manually compute the fourier ...
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How to determine which imf to use when calc a signal's instantaneous frequency?

I'm using pyhht and scipy and pyhht to calculation signal's instantaneous frequency.I had use EMD get the signal's imfs. But I don't know use which imf in this imfs to ...
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Envelope detection in MATLAB

I have a sine wave of peak value 1000, frequency 1kHz sampled at 16kHz. I need to find the envelope of this signal using hilbert transform in MATLAB.I have used the inbuilt function abs(Hilbert(input ...
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Best method to measure phase difference between acoustic recordings of sine wave?

I am using multiple digital MEMS microphones in an array which are 8mm apart. Now I recorded a sine wave of 20kHz for calibration (at angle 0°) and want to measure the phase difference over time ...
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Envelope detection using hilbert transform

I have a sine wave of frequency 1kHz sampled at 16kHz. I need to find the envelope of this signal using hilbert transform in MATLAB.I have used the inbuilt function abs(hilbert(input_signal)) and got ...
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Hilbert transform modifications for a non-sinusoidal waveform

I have recently been using the Hilbert transform a fair bit and its ability to return a instantaneous phase and magnitude estimate but it has got me thinking about the meaning of phase. From my ...
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Why is there coherence below the cutoff frequency of two high-pass filtered signals?

I record surface EMG signals from two muscles at 1500 Hz. The following preprocessing steps are performed using basic MATLAB commands. First, I decimate both signals to 500 Hz (Lowpass filtering ...
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How to solve Hilbert Transform with empirical discrete data in frequency domain?, from zero to infinity

I have a filter/LTI system frequency response in form of list of values in the frequency domain. I want to get the phase curve/data from magnitude data. Input data can have either linear spaced points ...
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Getting phase response from magnitude. How to develop and solve this Hilbert transform?

I'm trying to generate phase data from magnitude data in a frequency function, assuming the system is minimum phase. Using Hilbert Transform. For instance, having this simple system: $G(s) = s$ $G(j\...
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Analytic image using 2-D Hilbert transform

I am working on a problem of phase (/phase derivative) retrieval from closed fringe patterns. The paper https://opg.optica.org/ao/fulltext.cfm?uri=ao-58-16-4420&id=413113 which uses a pseudo-...
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Envelope of a signal regarding shifts

Assume I have a Ricker wavelet. I can compute the envelope of this wavelet as shown below: This is the normal condition we usually see. However, if I shift the Ricker wavelet to be wholly negative, ...
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How to plot the phase response of Hilbert transform

The time domain signal of Hilbert transform is: $$ h(t)=1/(\pi t) $$ Its frequency response is: $$ H(j\omega)=-j~\text{sign}(\omega) $$ So if I plot the phase according to the equation I obtain: ...
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How to quantify a deterministic system?

So let me layout my question and the thought process on solving it. Say, we have some system, and we want to see how deterministic the system is. By that I mean, I mean if I put some signal (real ...
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Get Hilbert marginal spectrum with emd package in python

I want to get the Marginal Hilbert Spectrum in Python using the emd package. You can estimate the Marginal Hilbert Spectrum as where, and A(ω,t) is the time-dependent amplitude modulation and ω ...
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How to prove that the integral of Hilbert transform is not equal to the Hilbert transform of the integral?

To prove that $\int_{-\infty} ^\infty \mathcal{H}(g(t))(t)\text{d}t\neq\mathcal{H}(\int_{-\infty} ^\infty g(t) \text{d}t)$, where $\mathcal{H}(\cdot)$ is the Hilbert transform operator My approach to ...
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How to calculate the envelope of a complex signal using python [closed]

I used the scipy hilbert function to calculate the envelope of my signal. The problem is that the signal is complex, so it throws an error when I use Hilbert function. I tried to just use the real ...
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Analytic Signal Block in Simulink Gives Reduced Amplitude for the Imaginary Part

In Simulink, I have connected a sine wave to zero-order hold and zero-order hold to analytic signal block, as in the figure below. My purpose is to transform the real signal to the corresponding ...
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How to alleviate the edging effect of the Hilbert transform?

I am trying to use Hilbert transform to extract the envelope of a residual signal. After implementing the Hilbert transform, I find that envelope jumps very high at its boundaries. May I ask the ...
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Symmetries of discrete analytic signals

Defining "analytic" as $x_a[n]$, where $X_a[k] = \text{DFT}(x_a[n])$, and $$ X_a[k < 0] = 0, \tag{1} \label{1} $$ what time-domain properties, such as symmetry or norm, are guaranteed for ...
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Symmetries of analyticity / zero self-correlation

I seek to understand symmetry properties of analytic sequences, without referring to frequency domain: what criteria must a complex sequence $x[n]$ satisfy to be analytic? Framed alternatively, such a ...
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Accuracy of time-domain filters and frequency domain filters

I am trying to calculate the Hilbert transform using 3 different method: scipy.signal.hilbert function, time domain filter, and frequency domain filter. The test ...
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One-sided waveforms in both time and frequency?

Can a complex signal be one-sided (causal in time and positive only spectrum in frequency) in both domains? I understand that a function can't have finite support in both domains, but what if both ...
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Cut-off frequency for Low-pass filters in Arctangent Demodulation

According to literature, the arctan-demodulation method commonly used in Radio-frequency radar systems is the one shown below: Is there a rule of thumb regarding the cut-off frequency of these Low-...
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How an algorithm for measuring the analytic signal (Hilbert transform) gives us complex value at the end?

I have a question about the following codes for measuring analytic signal (Hilbert transform). Here,the time domain signal (x) is a real value signal. After making fft it becomes complex (X). Then it ...
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Implementing FIR Hilbert Transformer in Python

I want to implement FIR Hilbert Transformer in Python using window method. I'm new to digital signal processing so please point out to me all mistakes you notice. Ideal Hilbert transformer is ...
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Nyquist Frequency and Window Length

The Nyquist theorem states that the sampling rate must be twice the highest frequency to be observed. How does the length of the interval play into this relationship? The main resource that I found ...
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Envelope detection using matlab hilbert function

I am trying to detect the envelope of a high-frequency signal (similar to below) using Matlab Hilbert function This is my output It generally follows the envelope, but there is a high-frequency ...
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Proof of Bedrosian's theorem

I was looking for a straightforward proof for Bedrosian's theorem which says the Hilbert transform of the baseband signal times the passband signal is the original baseband signal times the Hilbert ...
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Implementation of Hilbert Spectrum in MATLAB

I am trying to implement this equation on Matlab, where i have wj values in the form of an array, cumtrapz command of MATLAB implements this, but its confusing which way is exact. such as cumtrapz(t,...
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Instantaneous amplitude of a constant frequency sine wave?

I am playing around with the Hilbert transform using Python's scipy.signal.hilbert package to better understand what the various instantaneous properties are given different input signals. One input ...
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Negative instantaneous frequency with hilbert transform using scipy hilbert

When I produce a chirp signal with a duration of 2 sec, sampling frequency of 200Hz, with frequencies ranging from 20Hz-100Hz, I get negative instantaneous frequencies using the scipy(Python) Hilbert ...
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How does the Hilbert Transform extract the in-phase and quadrature phase components of a real passband signal?

I am taking an intro to radar signal processing course and we are discussing the Hilbert Transform and how it take a real input and its output is analytically complex. I'm trying ) how a radar ...
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minimum-phase phase via Hilbert transform returned values

Following my previous question: HRIR Minimum phase I managed to compute the minimum-phase phase of a FIR filter (in my particular case, HRTF filters). However I am not sure of the phase values ...
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Validity of an argument that two transfer functions are minimum-phase based on their ratio being minimum-phase

Update I think the essence of my question below is this: If the ratio of two transfer functions may be represented exactly as a minimum-phase filter (MPF) plus a pure delay (in the title, I simply ...
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Decoding images from NOAA satellite APT signals

I've been working on a decoder for these APT images for a while now. I started years ago, in Python, and was able to implement a working decoder quickly. A few months ago, I came back to the project ...
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Relation between Fourier phase and Analytic Signal Phase

Do you know if there is a relation between the phase of the Fourier Transform and the phase of the Analytic signal? I mean, if i have a signal s(t) then... ...
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Something like Hilbert Transform to obtain arbitrary Phase Shift? [duplicate]

I was wondering if there is something like a Hilbert Transform but that can implement an arbitrary phase shift to every frequency component. I mean, I know that the magnitude response of a "...
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Difference between Analog IQ sampling and creating IQ digitally

In the context of wideband receiver design, what are the advantages and disadvantages of Analog IQ sampling vs creating IQ digitally (with Hilbert transform)? Why do we use different ADCs to create ...
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Hilbert transform in the frequency domain

As I know, the Hilbert transform $$ H(x(t))=\frac{1}{\pi t}\star x(t) $$ in time domain is equal to $$ -j \operatorname{sgn}(f) \cdot X(f) $$ in frequency domain. so I tried simple example using ...
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Magnitude of the analytic signal

It's well known that magnitude of the analytic signal for narrowband signals gives the envelope. For example we can demodulate AM signal by abs(hilbert(s_AM)) in ...
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Design causal FIR filter to approximate hilbert transform

I'm attempting to design an FIR filter that approximates the Hilbert transform in order to get a $90^{\circ}$ phase shift and unity gain. However, I'm having trouble adjusting the filter to make it ...
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Obtain Envelope and Pitch curves of my Singing Voice

I wish, in real time, to hum into a mic and produce via dsp the envelope and pitch of what I am humming, before outputting these two signals to my analog synth. This synth takes a gate and a cv signal....
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Terminology for instantaneous phase of magnitude component of complex signal

In my field, we deal with data that are originally complex-valued. Typically, researchers convert their data from real + imaginary to magnitude + phase, and then discard the phase data (i.e., we ...
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Inverse Hilbert Transform

The Hilbert Transform of a 1D/real-valued vector signal returns the analytic signal, x, from a real data sequence, xr. The analytic signal x = xr + jxi has a real part, xr, which is the original data, ...
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Finding causal impulse response given the imaginary part of the frequency response

I understand that I would need to calculate inverse Discrete Time Fourier Transform (iDTFT) to find $h(n)$. Since $h(n)$ is real, iDTFT of the imaginary part of $H(e^{j\omega})$ gives the odd part of ...
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Different number of modes while performing the EEMD (Ensembled Empirical Mode Decomposition)

I am performing an Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition (EEMD). I wrote a MATLAB routine to perform the EMD. I noticed that when adding white Gaussian noise to the input signal, sometimes I obtain a ...
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Hilbert Transform on split datastream produces phase flip

this is my first post here! I'm trying to do phase correction on a signal from a linear CCD (2048 pixels, 10bit per pixel, 250kHz linerate) in an FPGA. Therfore I need to generate an analytical ...
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Implementing an L-System conversion from R2 to R1 for symmetric, square matrices

I have been reading for some time about L-Systems, and specifically the Hilbert Space filling curve. I am interested in writing a function to convert upper-triangular matrix coordinates into an ...
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Question about Hilbert transform of a cosine signal

In the paper entitled "On instantaneous frequency", it is claimed that the Hilbert transform of a signal in the form of $A(t)cos(\phi(t))$ would result in $A(t)sin(\phi(t))$, where $A(t)$ is ...
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