# How do you shift a sine wave in MATLAB?

## How do you shift a sine wave in MATLAB?

How to level shift a sine wave mathematically?

- f = 60;
- fs = 1e4; % samples per second.
- t=0:1/fs:0.017; % 1/fs is seconds per sample.
- x = sin(2*3.14*f*t);
- plot(t,x)
- x(:)

## What is the MATLAB command for sine wave classification?

sine = dsp. SineWave creates a sine wave object that generates a real-valued sinusoid with an amplitude of 1, a frequency of 100 Hz, and a phase offset of 0. By default, the sine wave object generates only one sample.

**How do you use the sine function in MATLAB?**

Y = sin( X ) returns the sine of the elements of X . The sin function operates element-wise on arrays. The function accepts both real and complex inputs. For real values of X , sin(X) returns real values in the interval [-1, 1].

**How do you change the period of a sine function?**

To get the period of the sine curve for any coefficient b, just divide 2π by the coefficient b to get the new period of the curve. The coefficient b and the period of the sine curve have an inverse relationship, so as b gets smaller, the length of one cycle of the curve gets bigger.

### What is the phase shift calculator?

The phase shift calculator is here to find the amplitude, period, phase shift, and vertical shift of an arbitrarily changed sine or cosine function. Table of contents: The amplitude, period, phase shift, and vertical shift. How to find the amplitude.

### How do you adjust a sine graph?

In the case of the function y = sin x, the period is 2π, or 360 degrees. Pick any place on the sine curve, follow the curve to the right or left, and 2π or 360 units from your starting point along the x-axis, the curve starts the same pattern over again. only half of the curve fits in the same space.

**How do you change a sine graph?**

How to Change the Period of a Sine or Cosine Graph

- Positive values of period greater than 1 make the graph repeat itself more and more frequently. You see this rule in the example of f(x).
- Fraction values between 0 and 1 make the graph repeat itself less frequently. For example, if. you can find its period by setting.