Hilbert transformer

Hilbert transformer

[′hil·bərt tranz‚fȯr·mər]
(electronics)
An electric filter whose gain is -j for positive frequencies and j for negative frequencies, where j is the square root of -1.
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The Hilbert transform defined in the time domain is a convolution between the Hilbert transformer 1/[pi]t and the real function x(t):
Using an LPF eliminates the need to design the Hilbert transformer [H.sub.2] of Figure 2.
Schafer, "On the Behavior of Minimax FIR Digital Hilbert Transformers," Bell System Technical Journal, Vol.