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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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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.