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Asked by Redkap
on 29 Feb 2012

Hi

I try to run this prog.

http://www.auditory.org/mhonarc/2000/msg00498.html

du calc. the specific loudness based on the zwicker model.

Whenn I run the prog. i get this back:

"Undefined function 'psd' for input arguments of type 'double'"

the Note in the Editor says

"The function PSD is deprecated. Use SPECTRUM.PSD instead.

What to do?

Answer by Honglei Chen
on 29 Feb 2012

You need to replace `psd` call with corresponding `spectrum.psd` code. Here is an example showing how to use `spectrum.psd` to compute PSD of a signal

Fs = 1000; t = 0:1/Fs:.3; x=cos(2*pi*t*200)+randn(size(t)); Hs=spectrum.periodogram; psd(Hs,x,'Fs',Fs)

More details at http://www.mathworks.com/help/toolbox/signal/ref/spectrum.html

Answer by Redkap
on 29 Feb 2012

thanks for advice, but can't follow you.

this is the m file

% PowSpec.m % % Methodology: % % Syntax: % [Yxx,f]=PowSpec(y,fs,df) % % Variables: % INPUT % y = Time signal % fs = Sampling frequency % df = DESIRED df % % WORKING % NFFT = Nummber of points for a given fft % NOVERLAP = Number of Points to overlap % % OUTPUT % Yxx = Power Spectrum Amplitude % f = Frequency vector of power spectrum

% Author: Aaron Hastings, Herrick Labs, Purdue University % Date Started: 11 Nov 00 % Last Revision: 11 Nov 00 % Status: No Known Bugs

function [Yxx,f]=PowSpec(y,fs,df);

%% Want to make sure that we have at least df resolution NFFT=ceil(fs/df); %% Set NFFT to power of 2 again err towards higher resolution NFFT=2^ceil(log2(NFFT));

NOVERLAP=0; [Yxx,f] = psd(y,NFFT,fs,NFFT,NOVERLAP); Yxx=2*Yxx/NFFT; %% Scale to get the power spectrum correct Yxx=Yxx';

return

Answer by Honglei Chen
on 29 Feb 2012

You will replace line

[Yxx,f] = psd(y,NFFT,fs,NFFT,NOVERLAP);

with

hspec = spectrum.welch('OverlapPercent',0,'SegmentLength',NFFT); hpsd = psd(hspec,y,'NFFT',NFFT,'Fs',fs); Yxx = hpsd.Data; f = hpsd.Frequencies

Alternatively, you may also use

[Yxx,f] = pwelch(y,NFFT,0,NFFT,fs);

Answer by Redkap
on 2 Mar 2012

sorry to bother again,

it' still not working:

[Yxx,f]=PowSpec(y,fs,df);

%% Want to make sure that we have at least df resolution NFFT=ceil(fs/df); %% Set NFFT to power of 2 again err towards higher resolution NFFT=2^ceil(log2(NFFT));

NOVERLAP=0; hspec = spectrum.welch('OverlapPercent',0,'SegmentLength',NFFT); hpsd = psd(hspec,y,'NFFT',NFFT,'Fs',fs); Yxx = hpsd.Data; f = hpsd.Frequencies; Yxx=2*Yxx/NFFT; %% Scale to get the power spectrum correct Yxx=Yxx';

return Undefined variable "spectrum" or class "spectrum.welch".

Error in PowSpec (line 35) hspec = spectrum.welch('OverlapPercent',0,'SegmentLength',NFFT);

Answer by Wayne King
on 2 Mar 2012

Hi Redkap, Honglei has been giving you very good advice here. What version of MATLAB are you using and do you have the Signal Processing Toolbox?

If you enter

>>which spectrum.welch

What do you get returned?

Something is wrong if you cannot execute this line:

plot(psd(spectrum.welch,randn(1e3,1)))

Can you copy and paste the above line into your workspace and see what happens?

Also, please tell us your version and make sure:

license('test','signal_toolbox')

returns a 1.

By the way, in:

hspec = spectrum.welch('OverlapPercent',0,'SegmentLength',NFFT); hpsd = psd(hspec,y,'NFFT',NFFT,'Fs',fs); Yxx = hpsd.Data; f = hpsd.Frequencies; Yxx=2*Yxx/NFFT; %% Scale to get the power spectrum correct Yxx=Yxx';

You do not need to scale the output of the spectrum objects. That output is already properly scaled to be the PSD estimate so just use hpsd.Data and hpsd.Frequencies

Elisabeth Debusschere
on 26 Mar 2012

I have the same problem, and checked the plot(psd(spectrum.welch,randn(1e3,1))) and the license

This is what I get

hspec = spectrum.welch('OverlapPercent',0,'SegmentLength',NFFT);

Error using spectrum.welch (line 52)

what is wrong?

Too many input arguments.

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