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A Personal Calculator Program for Frequency-Domain Analysis of the Discrete Hilbert Transform
A calculator program which computes the weighted or unweighted discrete Hilbert transform of a sinewave signal is presented. Results may be tabulated or plotted. The transform may be computed at spot frequencies or over a range of frequencies, using a linear or logarithmic frequency scale. This program operates on a TI-59 and PC100C printer.
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