phase shifting for ssb modulation

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Kerem Yüksel
Kerem Yüksel on 20 May 2021
Answered: Arthi Sathyamurthi on 24 May 2021
I have a audio file and I get the signal message with audioread function to get the message signal
the y value is my signal. to make the ssb modulation, how can I make the hilbert transform?
like hilbert(y) ?

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Arthi Sathyamurthi
Arthi Sathyamurthi on 24 May 2021
You can use the ssbmod function with required input arguments which will do the complete single sideband amplitude modulation with lower sideband as default. To have a look at different examples on how to use the function, see the Mathworks documentation page here. To apply Hilbert transform on signal y, use hilbert function as hilbert(y). You can observe that the real part would be the original real data and the imaginary part is the actual Hilbert transform about the continuous-time analytic signal. You can look at the example on how to do it in the Mathworks Documentation page here.

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