System object: phased.ULA
Output responses of array elements
RESP = step(H,FREQ,ANG)
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Operating frequencies of array in hertz.
Directions in degrees.
Voltage responses of the phased array. The output depends on whether the array supports polarization or not.
Create a 4-element ULA of isotropic antenna elements and find the response of each element at boresight. Plot the array response at 1 GHz for azimuth angles between -180 and 180 degrees.
ha = phased.ULA('NumElements',4); fc = 1e9; ang = [0;0]; resp = step(ha,fc,ang); c = physconst('LightSpeed'); pattern(ha,fc,[-180:180],0,... 'PropagationSpeed',c,... 'CoordinateSystem','rectangular')
Find the response of a ULA array of 10 omnidirectional microphones spaced 1.5 meters apart. Set the frequency response of the microphone to the range 20 Hz to 20 kHz and choose the signal frequency to be 100 Hz. Using the
step method, determine the response of each element at boresight: 0 degrees azimuth and 0 degrees elevation.
sMic = phased.OmnidirectionalMicrophoneElement(... 'FrequencyRange',[20 20e3]); Nelem = 10; sULA = phased.ULA('NumElements',Nelem,... 'ElementSpacing',1.5,... 'Element',sMic); fc = 100; ang = [0;0]; resp = step(sULA,fc,ang)
resp = 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Plot the array directivity. Assume the speed of sound in air to be 340 m/s.
c = 340; pattern(sULA,fc,[-180:180],0,'PropagationSpeed',c,'CoordinateSystem','polar')