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I just tried it but the signal obtained are not orthogonal to the starting signal, i need it for QCSK modulation, i tried also analytic signal blocks and i take only the imaginary part of the result but i am not satisfied. Hilbert tranform must return the same signal with 90° of dephasage. with this two method i do not obtain this.
i can't juste delayed the signal, i muste obtain the same sequence with a 90° phase shift.
Hello,
I try to get the Hilbert transformed for a chaotic signal in order to have two signals completely orthogonal -> Chotic signal and Hilbert Transform of chaotic signal
in MATLAB all goes well, I have a good hilbert transformed with the proper phase and all, basically it is the signal which I expected .
when I try to do it in simulink , I found on the net two methods to obtain hilbert transorm:
1 . Analytic Signal block and take the imaginary portion of the complex output .
2 . Remez FIR Filter Design block with the Hilbert Transform filter types .
Neither method does not satisfy me , and the signal obtained is wrong and not orthogonal with the original signal .
so I try to remedy this by incorporating a matlab function block to my diagram, I wrote the following code on this block:
function y = fcn (u )
y = zeros ( u);
coder.extrinsic (' hilbert ');
hilbert = y ( u ) ;
then u is of type double timeseries , I treat in this way the elements of a series one by one and I send it to the output witch is y, y is complex type where the imaginary part is the hilbert transform of the signal and the real part is the original signal . I obtain hilbert transform witch is NULL ... WHY does it work in matlab with the almost same code and it does not work when I integrate this code in my block diagram ... I thought it all time , help me if you like me .
For obvious reasons, Simulink is limited to implement causal filters. A causal hilbert filter will have a delay which is related to the lower corner of the supported frequency range. To get othogonal signals, apply the same delay to the original signal. That's how hilbert filters are used in real world DSP.
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