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Generating Phase Data
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Old 11th February 2005, 09:04 PM   #1
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Default Generating Phase Data

So I think this is within the realm of things I should be able to figure out on my own, but it's friday.

The impedance and response (spl) phase can be calculated just based on available data correct? This assumes that the speaker acts as a minimum phase device.

I'm roughly familiar with the hilbert transform, but I'm not exactly sure how we can use the hilbert transform to generate phase data.

My attempts to back-engineer a particular eqn based on phase data from Partsexpress have failed so far.

I know some programs can do this calc for you, but since I lack those I'm looking for an explicite formula.

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