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__What is Hilbert Transform__?

If x(t) is a signal and we represent its hilbert transform by xh(t), then xh(t) is obtained by providing '-π/2' phase shift to every frequency component present in x(t).

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Now let's see formula to calculate hilbert transform and inverse hilbert transform.

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__Hilbert Transform Formula__

With the help of following formula we can easily calculate the hilbert transform

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__Inverse Hilbert Transform Formula__

The formula provided here can be used to find the inverse hilbert transform

Now let's discuss properties of hilbert transform

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__Properties of Hilbert Transform__

1. A signal x(t) and its hilbert transform xh(t) have the same energy density spectrum.

2. A signal x(t) and it's a hilbert transform xh(t) have the same autocorrelation function

3. A signal x(t) and its hilbert transform xh(t) are mutually orthogonal. We can write it mathematically as-

4. If xh(t) is a hilbert transform of x(t) then the hilbert transform of xh(t) is -x(t).

It means -

if H[x(t)] = xh(t)

then H[xh(t)] = -x(t)

Here 'H' denotes the Hilbert transform.

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