# Source code for deltasigma._mapRtoQ

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# _mapRtoQ.py
# Module providing the mapRtoQ function
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# MATLAB delta sigma toolbox (aka "delsigma"), upon which it is heavily based.
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"""Module providing the mapRtoQ() function
"""

from __future__ import division

import numpy as np

[docs]def mapRtoQ(ABCDr):
"""Map a real ABCD matrix to a quadrature one.

**Parameters:**

ABCDr : ndarray
A real matrix describing a quadrature system.

ABCDr has its states paired (real, imaginary).

**Returns:**

(ABCDq, ABCDp) : tuple

Where:

ABCDq : ndarray
is the quadrature (complex) version of ABCDr.
ABCDp : ndarray
is the mirror-image system matrix.

.. note:: ABCDp is zero if ABCDr has no quadrature errors.
"""
ABCD11 = ABCDr[::2,   ::2]
ABCD12 = ABCDr[::2,  1::2]
ABCD21 = ABCDr[1::2,  ::2]
ABCD22 = ABCDr[1::2, 1::2]

ABCDq = 0.5*(ABCD11 + ABCD22) + 0.5j*(ABCD21 - ABCD12);
ABCDp = 0.5*(ABCD11 - ABCD22) + 0.5j*(ABCD21 + ABCD12);

return ABCDq, ABCDp