## Filter Transfer FunctionsPhase information may be gleaned from the transfer functions by separating them in to real and imaginary parts and then using the relationship: Phase: θ = tan ^{-1} (Im / Re)Group delay is defined as the negative of the first derivative of the phase with respect to frequency, or Group Delay:
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