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How to inject phase shift into a signal

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Hi,

I have generated a signal as follows,

Fs = 100e2;
t=(0:Fs)/Fs';
x=sin(2*pi*100*t)+sin(2*pi*200*t)+sin(2*pi*300*t);

Now, if want to inject a phase shift of angle 'theta', how do i do it??

Thanks !
Ashwini
 

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