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winwrite

Class: sigwin.taylorwin
Package: sigwin

Save Taylor window object values in ASCII file

Syntax

winwrite(H)
winwrite(H,'filename')

Description

winwrite(H) opens a dialog to export the values of the Taylor window object H to an ASCII file. The file extension .wf is automatically appended.

winwrite(H,'filename') saves the values of the Taylor window object H in the current folder as a column vector in the ASCII file 'filename'. The file extension .wf is automatically appended to filename.

Examples

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Generate a Taylor window of length N = 32 with a maximum sidelobe level of 60 dB and two constant-level sidelobes adjacent to the mainlobe. Display the window.

H = sigwin.taylorwin(32,3,60);

wvt = wvtool(H);
ax = wvt.CurrentAxes;
ax.YLim = [-50 50];

Generate a Taylor window of length N = 16. Return its values as a column vector. Write the coefficients to an ASCII file in the current directory. Show information about the window object. Display the window.

H = sigwin.taylorwin(16);

win = generate(H)
win = 

    0.3931
    0.5021
    0.6912
    0.9174
    1.1409
    1.3330
    1.4737
    1.5485
    1.5485
    1.4737

winwrite(H,'taylorwin_16');
wininfo = info(H)
wininfo = 5×47 char array
    'Taylor Window                                  '
    '-------------                                  '
    'Length                                     : 16'
    'Number of nearly constant-level sidelobes  : 4 '
    'Maximum sidelobe level                     : 30'
wvtool(H)

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