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Symmetric shifted gaussian pulse

user598
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user598 Published in May 26, 2018, 11:39 pm

Consider this short code:

fc=2e9;
fs = 100e9;
for n=1:2
  tc = gmonopuls('cutoff',fc);
  t{n}  = -2*tc:1/fs:2*tc;
  y{n} = gmonopuls(t{n}+n*5e-11,fc);
  fc=fc+5e3;
end
plot(t{1},y{1},'r',t{2},y{2},'k')

It generates a two Gaussian mono-pulses shifted by a slight amount:

My problem is this: How do I make this symmetric? Note how the tails match up...they are zero for both the red and black pulse. I am new to the signal processing toolbox in matlab and want to modify the code below to have matched heads too.

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