# Source code for deltasigma._evalMixedTF

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# _evalMixedTF.py
# Module providing the evalMixedTF function
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"""Module providing the evalMixedTF() function
"""

from __future__ import division

import numpy as np

from ._evalTFP import evalTFP
from ._utils import carray, restore_input_form, save_input_form

[docs]def evalMixedTF(tf, f, df=1e-5):
"""Compute a mixed transfer function.

Mathematically, it means to evaluate the sum of products:

.. math::

TF(f) = \\sum_i H_{z,i}(f) \\cdot H_{s,i}(f)

**Parameters:**

tf : dict
tf is a dictionary of lists of 1d arrays, with keys 'Hs' and 'Hz',
which represent continuous-time and discrete-time TFs which will be
evaluated, multiplied together and then added up.
f : scalar or sequence-like
The frequencies (or frequency, if f is a scalar) at which the
product will be evaluated.
df : float, optional
If the method happens to evaluate a transfer function in a root, it
will move away of df, defaulting to 1E-5.

**Returns:**

TF : scalar or sequence
The sum of products computed at f.

"""
iform = save_input_form(f)
f = carray(f)
H = np.zeros(f.shape)
for i in range(max(len(tf['Hs']), len(tf['Hz']))):
H = H + evalTFP(tf['Hs'][i], tf['Hz'][i], f)
err = np.logical_or(np.isnan(H), np.isinf(H))
if np.any(err):
for i in np.where(err):
H[i] = evalMixedTF(tf, f[i] + df, df*10)
return restore_input_form(H, iform)