In signal processing, phase distortion or phase-frequency distortion is distortion, that is, change in the shape of the waveform, that occurs when (a) a filter's phase response is not linear over the frequency range of interest, that is, the phase shift introduced by a circuit or device is not directly proportional to frequency, or (b) the zero-frequency intercept of the phase-frequency characteristic is not 0 or an integral multiple of 2π radians.
Audibility of phase distortionEdit
- Arthur C Ludwig Sr. (1997). "Audibility of Phase Distortion". Retrieved 15 February 2016.
- Lipshitz, Stanley P.; Pocock, Mark; Vanderkooy, John (1 September 1982). "On the Audibility of Midrange Phase Distortion in Audio Systems". Journal of the Audio Engineering Society. 30 (9): 580–595.
- "Human Hearing - Phase Distortion Audibility".
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