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How to get phase difference from IQ signals using a suitable development board? [on hold]

I am involved with a design project of an interferometric radar. We have low passed filtered the signal received after the comparison of the Tx and Rx signal. Now we need to detect the signal and ...
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how to detrend a carrier phase with butterworth filter?

I am new with detrending techniques, I have a carrier phase measurements and I want to detrend it by 6th order butterworth digital filter. After creating the digital filter I get its numerator (...
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Detecting phase difference between a clean and a noisy signal

I have a clean square-wave signal and a noisy signal from an accelerometer, perfectly synchronized to each-other but out of phase. I want to find the phase difference between them in real time, in ...
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RDS from FM radio using MATLAB, question

I'm trying to decode RDS signal and I've stucked at phase recover (dont want to use pilot). ...
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Is there such a thing as a continuous phase BPSK?

My knowledge of signals and signal processing is limited, so I apologize in advance for my naïve and possibly confusing question. In the case of BFSK, the frequencies are altered to represent the ...
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How to uniquely identify phase difference between harmonics?

Let's say I have a multi-frequencies signal of 440Hz and 880Hz, slightly out of phase. I can take a chunk of the signal and calculate phase difference of the two frequencies with FFT bins. However, ...
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Phase shift of multitone sinusoids

How to apply phase shift for a multitone complex signal? Say we have the following signal $$x(t) = \sum_{i=1}^Me^{j(2\pi f_it+\theta_i)}.$$ I want to apply an arbitrary phase shift $\phi_i$ for each ...
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How to efficiently control an FIR's magnitude response by altering its phase spectrum

Question: Extensively searching the space of all possible vectors of length $n$ to satisfy a (non-overdetermined) requirement is possible in principle. Hence, there is a way to calculate a complex ...
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what happens If I change the phase and magnitude of a signal

I have a speech signal. I want to know what happens when I make some changes on the phase of its frequency reaponse. When I set its phase to zero I observed that the new signal is even and the ...
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Phase shift of all-pass bi-quadratic filter

Does anybody know how to derive this phase function for that all-pass filter structure? Many papers re-print them, and corresponding chart as well. But nobody mentions that at normalized frequency 0....
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Shifting and phase difference

Assume we have a series v[k] of length M=16. It's shifted to the right in a circular manner by k0=2 samples. Which phase difference between the DFT spectrum of the original signal and that of the ...
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How to make sure that a sinusoid wave with different subsequent frequencies matches up?

A very basic formula to transform a sequence of notes into a signal would be: $$ x(t) = A\cos( 2 \pi (2^{current\_note}/12) t) $$ where $current\_note$ is $notes[\lfloor t / period\_per\_note\...
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Given a plot of both the magnitude $|H(\omega)|$ and its angle, How can you find the $H(\omega)$?

I'm specifically trying to use an inverse Fourier Transform to find $h(t)$, but I'm finding it difficult to get $H(\omega)$ in the first place. I'm under the impression from my textbook that $H(\...
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Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum Synchronization Methods

Frequency-hopping spread spectrum waveforms change the carrier frequency at some interval. I can see if the frequency is constant for the duration of an entire packet, the pilot symbols could be used ...
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Equalizing a temporal sound signal with a convolution

This question is more or less the following of a previous question. The aim is to equalize some sounds signals. By equalizing, I mean increasing or decreasing some frequency ranges, a bit like an ...
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Why is my DFT/FFT always 90° out of phase?

I'm doing an FFT using Python and Numpy on one machine, and C# on another. I'm using some dummy data that mimics how I'll eventually be gathering data from sensors in the C#/UWP application. The two ...
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Confidence measure for GPS CA Code Acquistion

As a follow-on to this question, how do GPS receivers decide if they've successfully acquired the coarse acquisition (CA) code for a GPS satellite? If it's based on post correlation SNR, what's the ...
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FFT - How to calculate real phase shift

When I calculate from FFT the phase shift like that: atan2(fft.imag(),fft.real()) * 180 / M_Pi It always gives me the value between -180° and +180°. And when ...
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Can Reassigned-STFT be an invertible transform? Algorithm for “Signal => Reassigned-STFT => masking => Reassigned-ISTFT => Output signal”

It is well known in DSP that this is a successful method to modify audio signals: Signal => STFT => masking => ISTFT => Output signal For example, ...
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Analytical Calculation of the Phase Contribution

I'm willing to analytically calculate the phase contribution of the complex singularities. So far, I'm using $\ b(\Omega) = -arg\{e^{j\Omega}-z_{0,1}\}$ equation for calculating phase contribution, $\...
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What exactly is a 90 degree phase shift of a digital signal in FM demodulation appraoches?

I am working on an FSK demodulator (1200/2200Hz, 1200 baud) featuring a 90 degree phase shift operation. I don't exactly understand what 360 degrees mean for a digital signal. My sampling frequency ...
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Phase shift problem in Fast Fourier Transform

I try to make graph/print for magnitudes and phase shifts for impulse response calculated by FFT. For magnitude everything works perfect, but for phase shift I get some strange curve for higher ...
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FFT phase spectrum not correlate with DSA

I am trying to use an USB DAQ to replace DSA 35670A (Keysight) as the instrument is going to be discontinued the end of this year. I am measuring target vibration response by driving chirp signals ...
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OFDM: How to do the carrier recovery of the quadrature(I/Q) demodulation

For an OFDM system, after the OFDM modulation, the quadrature modulation is used to move the signal from the baseband to the pass-band. But when it comes to the receivers, I can't find any way to make ...
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Relating phase difference in a signal with its frequency

I have a 134 point complex signal. Using MATLAB, I have observed that the phase difference between any two adjacent samples of this signal is 2 radians i.e. the phase increases linearly from 0 to 268 ...
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Is the phase difference between recorded sounds from left and right ear the same as the phase difference between their HRTF?

Pardon my ignorance if my question is silly. Lets say I did a binaural recording and found the phase difference between right and left channel. If the recording was done in anechoic chamber, where ...
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Phase wrap when computing impulse response from frequency response [closed]

Short: I have the frequency response of a system as a set of complex numbers. I want the impulse response for that system. Problem: The phase of my frequency response wraps around 2pi multiple times....
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Can the instantaneous frequency be always derived from an analytic signal?

Instantaneous frequency can be defined as a derivative of an instantaneous phase of an analytic signal which can be nicely seen in practice in this example from Scipy's documentation. But it seems ...
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Hilbert transform “pass band”

I sample a human speech at 24kHz, to make the Hilbert transform using FFT and iFFT. What are the minimum and maximum frequencies (or range of frequencies), which will be 90 degrees shifted? Maximum ...
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Phase of a signal with multi delayed windowed (rectangular window) signal with different amplitudes

I have a signal $x(t)$ which is composed of multi delayed linear chirps with different amplitudes and phases but they share the same $w$ and $\alpha$, the signal can be expressed as follows: $$\...
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Simulating Phase Noise: How to do it?

I have a system that I am simulating, and I want to add phase noise to the process. I didn't know how to do it, so I have been conducting an literature review. I found a good reference with an "easy ...
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About phase unwrapping

I am not too familiar with phase-related problems so I need some suggestions or corrections in a problem that might be an old but easy one. Here is my problem: given a complex signal: $$y(t) = e^{j\...
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Phase response of a FIR Hilbert transformer

The graph below shows a linear phase response of FIR Hilbert transformer with a constant diff of -0.06135923. I am not sure if I understand the concept of the phase response correctly, but as the ...
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How to know whether numerical roundoff error or not in MATLAB?

This is result of real and imaginary parts of cos fft. I think e-13 number is numerical error but, I don't know how to know they are real numerical error. If I have to try change primitive types, ...
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Phase and Amplitude estimation

Context: I have used FFT many times, but for real, non-periodic signals I consider it a poor estimator. For most of my applications I am only interested on the power spectrum, so I use the Welch's ...
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Why MATLAB fft cos makes imaginary parts?

The cos fourier transform has no imaginary parts, but in this code it has imaginary parts that little big. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% figure(7); fs=128; t=-4*pi:1/fs:4*pi-1/fs;...
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Passband filter before Hilbert transform

I have a .wav file of human speech sampled at 48kHz. Before making the analytic signal with: hilbert(s_real) lets say in range 200 - 3,500 Hz, I probably need to do pass-band filtering, say 300 - 3,...
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Converting Time Shift to Phase Shift

I have just started taking signal & systems lessons and here is my question: If we say that x0(t) = A.cos(w0t). (a cosine signal with zero phase shift, w0 ...
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Phase change rate of human speech

I have a .wav file of human speech, sampled at 48kHz, with useful signal up to 5kHz, and almost no noise. If I do Hilbert transform in MatLab, I get the Analytic signal: $$ s_\mathrm{a}[n] = s_\...
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Cosine Fourier Transform and Phase

If we do FT of cosine wave, then sine wave will be orthogonal. So, the imag parts of FT will be 0. This is my think. But, the result isn't show that. Like this. Figure 1. Real and Imag parts (Y label ...
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Bandpass Fractional Delay Filter

I am designing a fractional delay filter, I found this code for lagrange FIR fractional delay filter, The fractional delay filter acts as a low pass filter, it passes low frequencies from 0 to 0.25*fs....
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Discrepancies between FFT-based Hilbert Transform and FIR filter results

I compared the results of Hilbert Transform as provided in scipy.signal.hilbert() (which is uses I/FFT as you can see in the source code) with its approximation implemented as FIR filter using coeffs ...
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Phase ambiguity in QAM modulation

I'm currently studying a decision directed carrier recovery scheme. Basically a PLL try to estimate the phase error in the current received symbol, the phase detector compensate the incoming symbol's ...
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Why the angle of a real signal in frequency is continuous?

This original signal is shown below (time domain): It is a real signal. According to the signal processing theory, the form part of the angle is conjugate to that of the latter part. That is, $\...
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extracting ultra accurate phase and frequency with FFT with real world data

I was doing some experiments in Matlab, and write this code to experiment with it. I want to know if it's possible to extract accurate within -+0.01° phase info from samples of an ADC, the matlab FFT ...
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How does the M-law Synchronizer work?

Relatively new to DSP, I've came across the approach for phase-estimation of PSK-Signals x(k): My question is: What do we get by exponentiating the Baseband-Signal?
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QAM constellation slicer with unknown carrier phase

As shown in the image, I have a 16QAM constellation that is misaligned due to a phase rotation. In this case you can see that rotation amount is approximately $\theta = \pi/4$, but this won't be the ...
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Phase Noise in OFDM simulation

I am trying to simulate phase noise in OFDM and in search of a mathematically tractable model. So far, I have managed to get phase noise by multiplicating $e^{j\phi(n)}$ in frequency domain where $\...
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Measuring acoustic phase difference between two receivers

I am trying to measure the acoustic phase difference between two sensors 30cm apart each other. The sampling frequency is 20kHz, and my interest frequency is about 1700 Hz. The below is how I ...
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Adaptive filter to scale and phase shift two sensors output

One way of separating downgoing and upgoing wavefields in offshore seimic processing is to add signals from hydrophone and vertical component of the geophone (they are co-located). Hydrophone only ...