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Message definition (Dictionary:Hilbert transform)
has [itex] h(t)[/itex] and [itex] x(t)[/itex] forming a <b>Hilbert transform pair</b>. [itex] h(t)[/itex] and [itex] x(t)[/itex]  have the same amplitude spectrum but differ in phase by [itex]90^\circ[/itex].
[itex] [ h(t) + i x(t) ] [/itex] is called the <b>analytic signal</b> belonging to [itex] h(t)[/itex], and
[itex] x(t)[/itex] is the <b>quadrature signal</b> corresponding to [itex] h(t)[/itex]. Often used in [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:complex-trace_analysis|''complex trace analysis'']] (q.v.).
Translationtiene [itex] h(t)[/itex] y [itex] x(t)[/itex] definiendo un <b>par de la transformado de Hilbert</b>. [itex] h(t)[/itex] y [itex] x(t)[/itex]  tienen el mismo espectro de amplitud pero difieren en fase por [itex]90^\circ[/itex].
[itex] [ h(t) + i x(t) ] [/itex] se denomina <b>señal analítica</b> correspondiente a [itex] h(t)[/itex], y
[itex] x(t)[/itex] es la <b>señal de cuadratura</b> correspondiente a [itex] h(t)[/itex]. Con frecuencia se utiliza en  [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:complex-trace_analysis|''análisis complejo de trazas'']] (q.v.).

tiene ${\displaystyle h(t)}$ y ${\displaystyle x(t)}$ definiendo un par de la transformado de Hilbert. ${\displaystyle h(t)}$ y ${\displaystyle x(t)}$ tienen el mismo espectro de amplitud pero difieren en fase por ${\displaystyle 90^{\circ }}$. ${\displaystyle [h(t)+ix(t)]}$ se denomina señal analítica correspondiente a ${\displaystyle h(t)}$, y ${\displaystyle x(t)}$ es la señal de cuadratura correspondiente a ${\displaystyle h(t)}$. Con frecuencia se utiliza en análisis complejo de trazas (q.v.).