The digital filters of modern NMR spectrometers have not only improved the signal-to-noise specification quoted by instrument companies but they have also eliminated Nyquist fold-backs for signals outside of the spectral window. This is not the case however for the indirect dimension of 2D experiments. In the left panel of the figure below is a properly recorded HMBC spectrum of 3-heptanone. In the right panel is a spectrum acquired with the 13C spectral window set too small. The carbonyl correlations are folded into the low frequency end of the 13C axis.
If you inadvertently collect a spectrum with a Nyquist fold-back you can still calculate the correct chemical shift, as the signal will be the same number of ppm away from the wrong end of the axis as it is outside of the correct end of the axis.