% Nise, N.S.
% Control Systems Engineering, 6th ed.
% John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, 07030
% Control Systems Engineering Toolbox Version 6.0
% Copyright 2011 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
% Chapter 10: Frequency Response Techniques
% (ch10p1) Example 10.3: We can use MATLAB to make Bode plots using
% bode(G), where G(s) = numg/deng and G is an LTI transfer-function object.
% Information about the plots obtained with bode(G) can be found by
% left-clicking the mouse on the curve. You can find the curve's label,
% as well as the coordinates of the point on which you clicked. Right
% clicking away from a curve brings up a menu if the icons on the menu bar
% are deselected. From this menu you can select (1) system responses to be
% displayed and (2) characteristics, such as peak response.
% When selected, a dot appears on the curve at the appropriate point.
% Let your mouse rest on the point to read the value of the characteristic.
% You also may select (3) which curves to view, (4) choice for grid on or off,
% (5) returning to full view after zooming, and (6) properties, such as labels,
% limits, units, style, and characteristics. We can obtain points on the plot
% using [mag,phase,w] = bode(G), where magnitude, phase, and frequency are
% stored in mag, phase, and w, respectively, Magnitude and phase are
% stored as 3-D arrays. We use mag(:,:)',phase(:,:)' to convert the
% arrays to column vectors, where the apostrophe signifies matrix transpose.
% Let us look at Example 10.3 in the text.
'(ch10p1) Example 10.3' % Display label.
clf % Clear graph on screen.
numg=[1 3]; % Define numerator of G(s).
deng=conv([1 2],[1 2 25]); % Define denominator of G(s).
'G(s)' % Display label.
G=tf(numg,deng) % Create and display G(s).
bode(G) % Make a Bode plot.
grid on % Turn on grid for Bode plot.
title('Open-Loop Frequency Response')
% Add a title to the Bode plot.
[mag,phase,w]=bode(G); % Store points on the Bode plot.
% List points on Bode plot with
% magnitude in dB.