PHASEDIFF

Purpose:

Computes the phase difference between two sinusoids.

Syntax:

PHASEDIFF(s1, s2, freq)

(p, f, mag1, mag2) = PHASEDIFF(s1, s2, freq)

s1

-

A series, the first input sinusoid.

s2

-

A series, the second input sinusoid

freq

-

Optional. A real, the known frequency of the input sinusoids. Defaults to -1, estimate the frequency.

Returns:

A real, the phase difference in radians.

 

(p, f, mag1, mag2) = PHASEDIFF(s1, s2, f) returns the phase difference, frequency and magnitudes of the two sinusoids.

Example:

W1: gcos(1000, 1/1000, 4)

W2: gcos(1000, 1/1000, 4, -pi/3)

W3: {phasediff(w1, w2)}

 

W3 == -1.047198 or -π/3.

Example:

W1: gcos(1000, 1/1000, 4) + gnorm(1000, 1/1000)/10

W2: gcos(1000, 1/1000, 4, -pi/3) + gnorm(1000, 1/1000)/10

W3: {phasediff(w1, w2)}

 

W3 == -1.044738 or approximately -π/3.

Example:

W1: 10 * gcos(1000, 1/1000, 4)

W2: 3 * gcos(1000, 1/1000, 4, -pi)

W3: (p, f, m1, m2) = phasediff(w1, w2); {p, f, m1, m2}

 

W3 == {-3.141593, 4, 10, 3} the phase difference, frequency and magnitudes of the input sinusoids in W1 and W2.

Remarks:

PHASEDIFF uses SINFIT3 to compute the least squares fit of a sinusoid to a known frequency as per the IEEE 1241 Standard.  If the input frequency is unspecified, the frequency is estimated by locating the dominant frequency of the FFT and using analytical rectangular window interpolation to determine the precise frequency. The FFT interpolation handles estimated frequencies that do not lie on a unique FFT bin.

 

The phase difference is always negative and expressed in radians.

See Also:

ADDPHASE

ANGLE

FFT

PHASE

SINFIT3

References:

IEEE Std 1241-2010 Annex B.1 "An algorithm for three-parameter (known frequency) least-squares fit to sine-wave data"