# Difference between revisions of "Dictionary:Phase shift"

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The result of adding to or subtracting from a phase measurement. In the time domain, a phase shift of <math> \phi </math> is equivalent to a time shift of <math> \frac {\phi}{2 \pi f}</math>, where ''f''=frequency of the respective component being shifted. Phase shifts result in change of waveshape unless all components are shifted proportional to their frequencies. | The result of adding to or subtracting from a phase measurement. In the time domain, a phase shift of <math> \phi </math> is equivalent to a time shift of <math> \frac {\phi}{2 \pi f}</math>, where ''f''=frequency of the respective component being shifted. Phase shifts result in change of waveshape unless all components are shifted proportional to their frequencies. | ||

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## Latest revision as of 19:19, 12 March 2018

The result of adding to or subtracting from a phase measurement. In the time domain, a phase shift of is equivalent to a time shift of , where *f*=frequency of the respective component being shifted. Phase shifts result in change of waveshape unless all components are shifted proportional to their frequencies.