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Instantaneous frequency ω(t), is defined as the time derivative of phase. According to a paper by L.Madel, American Journal of Physics 42, 840 (1974); doi: 10.1119/1.1987876, this is significantly different from the frequencies in the Fourier Spectrum of the signal. However, there is no explanation for what it is and what information does it carry.