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correlation

Correlation coefficient between two antennas in array

Syntax

correlation(array,frequency,elem1,elem2,z0)
rho = correlation(array,frequency,elem1,elem2,z0)

Description

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correlation(array,frequency,elem1,elem2,z0) calculates and plots the correlation coefficient between two antenna elements, elem1 and elem2 of an array. The correlation values are calculated for a specified frequency and impedance and for a specified impedance z0.

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rho = correlation(array,frequency,elem1,elem2,z0) returns the correlation coefficient between two antenna elements, elem1 and elem2 of an array.

Examples

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Plot the correlation between 1 and 2 antenna elements in a default linear array over a frequency range of 50MHz to 100MHz.

h = linearArray;
correlation (h,50e6:1e6:100e6,1,2);

Calculate correlation coeffecient of default rectangular array at a frequency range of 50MHz to 100MHz.

h = rectangularArray;
rho = correlation (h, 50e6:1e6:100e6, 1, 2)
rho = 

    0.1377
    0.1081
    0.0782
    0.0477
    0.0165
    0.0156
    0.0486
    0.0822
    0.1154
    0.1463

Input Arguments

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Array object, specified as a scalar handle.

Frequency range used to calculate correlation, specified as a vector in Hz.

Example: 50e6:1e6:100e6

Data Types: double

Antenna elements in an array, specified as a scalar handle.

Reference impedance, specified as a scalar in ohms.

Example: 70

Data Types: double

Output Arguments

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Correlation coefficient between two antenna elements of an array, returned as a vector.

Introduced in R2015a

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