## ChirpSignal.jl

Chirp Swept-frequency sine generator.
Author sonosole
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Started In
January 2021

# ChirpSignal

Chirp Swept-frequency sine generator.

## Installation

Enter the REPL mode and add the module from the latest repository by :

or from Julia's official registries by :

## Two Public APIs

chirp(T, fs, fl, fh; method="linear", phase=0.0) -> Array{Float64,1}
chirp(T, fs, f::Function; phase=0.0) -> Array{Float64,1}

The first API is enough for most usages. Detials could be found via Julia's helping mode.

help?> chirp

## Example

### Examples' public code

using WAV
using ChirpSignal

fs = 16000.0; # sampling frequency
fl = 500.0;   # lower bound frequency
fh = 8000.0;  # upper bound frequency
T  = 5.0 ;    # total time of chirp signal

### Linear chirp example

# f(t) = (fh-fl)/T * t + fl
wav = chirp(T, fs, fl, fh; method="linear");
wavwrite(wav, "./doc/chirpLinear.wav", Fs=fs, nbits=32)

### Quadratic chirp example

# f(t) = k * t^2 + fl, k = (fh-fl)/T^2
wav = chirp(T, fs, fl, fh; method="quadratic");
wavwrite(wav, "./doc/chirpQuadratic.wav", Fs=fs, nbits=32)

### Logarithmic chirp example

# f(t) = k*log(t+1) + fl, k = (fh-fl)/log(T+1)
wav = chirp(T, fs, fl, fh; method="logarithmic");
wavwrite(wav, "./doc/chirpLogarithmic.wav", Fs=fs, nbits=32)

### Exponential chirp example

# f(t) = exp(k * t) + (fl-1), k = 1/T*log(fh-fl+1)
wav = chirp(T, fs, fl, fh; method="exponential");
wavwrite(wav, "./doc/chirpExponential.wav", Fs=fs, nbits=32)

### Customizable chirp example by user's own function

Customizable chirp by specifying fun(t) = 2000*t

fun(t) = 2000*t
wav = chirp(2.0, 16000.0, fun)
wavwrite(wav, "./doc/0_4000hz_linear.wav", Fs=fs, nbits=32)

### Customizable chirp example by user's anonymous function

Customizable chirp by specifying a anonymous function t -> 2000*t^2

wav = chirp(2.0, 16000.0, t -> 2000*t^2 )
wavwrite(wav, "./doc/0_8000Hz_quadratic.wav", Fs=fs, nbits=32)

### PS

For method="linear" and method="quadratic" cases, the lower bound frequency fl could be set lager than the upper bound frequency fh, but not for the method="logarithmic" and method="exponential".