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[en] A digital shaper for conversion of detector pulses with a short leading edge and a long exponential tail into a true Gaussian form is proposed and analysed in this paper. The width of Gaussian pulses can be several times smaller than the rise time of the input pulses, i.e. considerably shorter than the undistorted output pulses provided by standard shapers. The algorithm of the true Gaussian shaper is presented in the paper. The output pulses and noises of the true Gaussian shapers are compared with those of standard shapers for different widths of shaped pulses. The analyses has shown that the true Gaussian shaping can be advantageous for detection of strongly overlapped pulses which appear at high particle fluxes in the detector input.