# Source code for skrf.time

```
"""
.. module:: skrf.time
========================================
time (:mod:`skrf.time`)
========================================
Time domain functions
.. autosummary::
:toctree: generated/
time_gate
detect_span
find_n_peaks
indexes
"""
from .util import find_nearest_index
from scipy import signal
import numpy as npy
from numpy.fft import fft, rfft, fftshift, ifft, irfft, ifftshift
from scipy.ndimage import convolve1d
import warnings
# imports for type hinting
from typing import List, TYPE_CHECKING
if TYPE_CHECKING:
from .network import Network
[docs]def indexes(y: npy.ndarray, thres: float = 0.3, min_dist: int = 1) -> npy.ndarray:
"""
Peak detection routine.
Finds the numeric index of the peaks in *y* by taking its first order difference. By using
*thres* and *min_dist* parameters, it is possible to reduce the number of
detected peaks. *y* must be signed.
Parameters
----------
y : ndarray (signed)
1D amplitude data to search for peaks.
thres : float between [0., 1.], optional
Normalized threshold. Only the peaks with amplitude higher than the
threshold will be detected. Default is 0.3
min_dist : int, optional
Minimum distance between each detected peak. The peak with the highest
amplitude is preferred to satisfy this constraint. Default is 1
Returns
-------
ndarray
Array containing the numeric indexes of the peaks that were detected
Notes
-----
This function was taken from peakutils-1.1.0
http://pythonhosted.org/PeakUtils/index.html
"""
#This function was taken from peakutils, and is covered
# by the MIT license, included below:
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if isinstance(y, npy.ndarray) and npy.issubdtype(y.dtype, npy.unsignedinteger):
raise ValueError("y must be signed")
thres = thres * (npy.max(y) - npy.min(y)) + npy.min(y)
min_dist = int(min_dist)
# compute first order difference
dy = npy.diff(y)
# propagate left and right values successively to fill all plateau pixels (0-value)
zeros, = npy.where(dy == 0)
# check if the singal is totally flat
if len(zeros) == len(y) - 1:
return npy.array([])
while len(zeros):
# add pixels 2 by 2 to propagate left and right value onto the zero-value pixel
zerosr = npy.hstack([dy[1:], 0.])
zerosl = npy.hstack([0., dy[:-1]])
# replace 0 with right value if non zero
dy[zeros]=zerosr[zeros]
zeros, = npy.where(dy == 0)
# replace 0 with left value if non zero
dy[zeros] = zerosl[zeros]
zeros, = npy.where(dy == 0)
# find the peaks by using the first order difference
peaks = npy.where((npy.hstack([dy, 0.]) < 0.)
& (npy.hstack([0., dy]) > 0.)
& (y > thres))[0]
# handle multiple peaks, respecting the minimum distance
if peaks.size > 1 and min_dist > 1:
highest = peaks[npy.argsort(y[peaks])][::-1]
rem = npy.ones(y.size, dtype=bool)
rem[peaks] = False
for peak in highest:
if not rem[peak]:
sl = slice(max(0, peak - min_dist), peak + min_dist + 1)
rem[sl] = True
rem[peak] = False
peaks = npy.arange(y.size)[~rem]
return peaks
[docs]def find_n_peaks(x: npy.ndarray, n: int, thres: float = 0.9, **kwargs) -> List[int]:
"""
Find a given number of peaks in a signal.
Parameters
----------
x : npy.ndarray
signal
n : int
number of peaks to search for
thres : float, optional
threshold, default is 0.9
**kwargs : optional keyword arguments passed to :func:`indexes`
Returns
-------
peak_idxs : list of int
List containing the numeric indexes of the peaks that were detected
Raises
------
ValueError
If no peaks are found.
"""
for dummy in range(10):
idx = indexes(x, **kwargs)
if len(idx) < n:
thres *= .5
else:
peak_vals = sorted(x[idx], reverse=True)[:n]
peak_idxs = [x.tolist().index(k) for k in peak_vals]
return peak_idxs
raise ValueError('Couldnt find %i peaks' % n)
time_lookup_dict = {
"s": 1,
"ms": 1e-3,
"us": 1e-6,
"µs": 1e-6,
"ns": 1e-9,
"ps": 1e-12
}
[docs]def detect_span(ntwk: 'Network', t_unit: str = "") -> float:
"""
Detect the correct time-span between two largest peaks.
Parameters
----------
ntwk : :class:`~skrf.network.Network`
network to get data from
t_unit : str
Time unit for start, stop, center and span arguments, defaults to nanoseconds (ns).
Possible values:
* 's': seconds
* 'ms': milliseconds
* 'µs' or 'us': microseconds
* 'ns': nanoseconds (default)
* 'ps': picoseconds
Returns
-------
span : float in unit t_unit
"""
if t_unit == "":
# Do not raise in autogate mode, where all parameters are None
warnings.warn('''
Time unit not passed: currently uses 'ns' per default.
The future versions of scikit-rf will use 's' per default instead,
so it is recommended to specify explicitly the time unit
to obtain similar results with future versions.
''',
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
t_unit = 'ns'
x = ntwk.s_time_db.flatten()
p1, p2 = find_n_peaks(x, n=2)
# distance to nearest neighbor peak
span = abs(ntwk.frequency.t[p1]-ntwk.frequency.t[p2])
return span / time_lookup_dict[t_unit]
[docs]def time_gate(ntwk: 'Network', start: float = None, stop: float = None, center: float = None, span: float = None,
mode: str = 'bandpass', window=('kaiser', 6),
method: str ='fft', fft_window: str='cosine', conv_mode: str='wrap', t_unit: str = "") -> 'Network':
"""
Time-domain gating of one-port s-parameters with a window function from scipy.signal.windows.
The gate can be defined with start/stop times, or by center/span. All times are in units of nanoseconds but
can be changed using the `t_unit` parameter. The default unit will change to `s` in **scikit-rf** version 1.0.
Common windows are:
* ('kaiser', 6)
* 6 # integers are interpreted as kaiser beta-values
* 'hamming'
* 'boxcar' # a straight up rect
If no parameters are passed this will try to auto-gate the largest
peak.
Parameters
----------
ntwk : :class:`~skrf.network.Network`
network to operate on
start : number, or None
start of time gate in t_unit.
stop : number, or None
stop of time gate in t_unit.
center : number, or None
center of time gate, in t_unit. If None, and span is given,
the gate will be centered on the peak.
span : number, or None
span of time gate, in t_unit. If None span will be half of the
distance to the second tallest peak
mode : ['bandpass', 'bandstop']
mode of gate
window : string, float, or tuple
passed to `window` arg of `scipy.signal.get_window()`
method : str
Gating method. There are 3 option: 'convolution', 'fft', 'rfft'.
With *'convolution'*, the time-domain gate gets transformed into frequency-domain using inverse FFT and the
gating is then achieved by convolution with the frequency-domain data.
With *'fft'* (default), the data gets transformed into time-domain using inverse FFT and the gating is achieved
by multiplication with the time-domain gate. The gated time-domain signal is then transformed back into
frequency-domain using inverse FFT. As only positive signal frequencies are considered for the inverse FFT
(with or without a dc component), the resulting time-domain signal has the same number of samples as in the
frequency-domain, but is complex-valued. This method is also know as *time-domain band-pass mode*.
With *'rfft'*, the procedure is the same as with *'fft'*, but the inverse FFT uses a complex-conjugate copy of
the positive signal frequencies for the negative frequencies (Hermitian frequency response). A dc sample is
also required. The resulting time-domain signal is real-valued and has twice the number of samples, which gives
an improved time resolution. This method is also known as *time-domain low-pass mode*.
fft_window : str or tuple or None
Frequency-domain window applied before the inverse FFT in case of the (R)FFT method.
This parameter takes the same values as the `window` parameter.
Example: `window='hann` (default), or `window=('kaiser', 5)`, or `window=None`.
The window helps to remove artefacts such as time-domain sidelobes of the pulses, but it is a trade-off with
the achievable pulse width. The window is removed when the gated time-domain signals is transformed back into
frequency-domain.
conv_mode : str
Extension mode for the convolution (if selected) determining how the frequency-domain gate is extended beyond
the boundaries. This has a large effect on the generation of gating artefacts due to boundary effects. The
optimal mode depends on the data. See the parameter description of `scipy.ndimage.convolve1d` for the available
options.
t_unit : str
Time unit for start, stop, center and span arguments, defaults to nanoseconds (ns).
Possible values:
* 's': seconds
* 'ms': milliseconds
* 'µs' or 'us': microseconds
* 'ns': nanoseconds (default)
* 'ps': picoseconds
Note
----
You cant gate things that are 'behind' strong reflections. This
is due to the multiple reflections that occur.
If you need to time-gate an N-port network, then you should
gate each s-parameter independently.
Returns
-------
ntwk : Network
copy of ntwk with time-gated s-parameters
.. warning::
Depending on sharpness of the gate, the band edges may be
inaccurate, due to properties of FFT. We do not re-normalize
anything.
"""
if ntwk.nports >1:
raise ValueError('Time-gating only works on one-ports. Try passing `ntwk.s11` or `ntwk.s21`.')
if t_unit == "":
if not all([e is None for e in [start, stop, center, span]]):
# Do not raise in autogate mode, where all parameters are None
warnings.warn('''
Time unit not passed: currently uses 'ns' per default.
The future versions of scikit-rf will use 's' per default instead,
so it is recommended to specify explicitly the time unit
to obtain similar results with future versions.
''',
DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=2)
t_unit = 'ns'
t_mult = time_lookup_dict[t_unit]
if start is not None and stop is not None:
start *= t_mult
stop *= t_mult
span = abs(stop-start)
center = (stop+start)/2.
else:
if center is None:
# they didnt provide center, so find the peak
n = ntwk.s_time_mag.argmax()
center = ntwk.frequency.t_ns[n]
if span is None:
span = detect_span(ntwk, t_unit='ns')
center *= t_mult
span *= t_mult
start = center - span / 2.
stop = center + span / 2.
ntwk_gated = ntwk.copy()
method = method.lower()
n_fd = ntwk.frequency.npoints
df = ntwk.frequency.step
if method == 'convolution':
# frequency-domain gating
n_td = n_fd
# create dummy-window
window_fd = npy.ones(n_fd)
elif method == 'fft':
# time-domain band-pass mode
n_td = n_fd
if fft_window is not None:
# create band-pass window (zero on both lower and upper limit, one at center)
window_fd = signal.get_window(fft_window, n_fd)
else:
# create dummy-window
window_fd = npy.ones(n_fd)
elif method == 'rfft':
# time-domain low-pass mode
if ntwk.f[0] > 0.0:
# no dc point included
warnings.warn('The network data to be gated does not contain the dc point (0 Hz). This is required for the '
'selected low-pass gating mode. Please consider to include the dc point if the results are '
'inaccurate, either by direct measurement of by extrapolation using '
'skrf.Network.extrapolate_to_dc().', UserWarning, stacklevel=2)
n_td = 2 * n_fd - 1
if fft_window is not None:
# create low-pass window (one at lower limit at f=0, zero on upper limit)
window_fd = signal.get_window(fft_window, 2 * n_fd)
window_fd = window_fd[n_fd:]
else:
# create dummy-window
window_fd = npy.ones(n_fd)
else:
raise ValueError('Invalid parameter method=`{}`'.format(method))
# apply frequency-domain window
ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0] = ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0] * window_fd
# create time vector
t = npy.fft.fftshift(npy.fft.fftfreq(n_td, df))
# find start/stop gate indices
start_idx = find_nearest_index(t, start)
stop_idx = find_nearest_index(t, stop)
# create gating window
window_width = abs(stop_idx - start_idx) + 1
window = signal.get_window(window, window_width)
# create the gate by padding the window with zeros
gate = npy.zeros_like(t)
gate[start_idx:stop_idx+1] = window
if method == 'convolution':
# frequency-domain gating
kernel = fftshift(fft(ifftshift(gate), norm='forward'))
ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0] = convolve1d(ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0], kernel, mode=conv_mode)
elif method == 'fft':
# time-domain band-pass mode
s_td = fftshift(ifft(ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0]))
s_td_g = s_td * gate
ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0] = fft(ifftshift(s_td_g))
elif method == 'rfft':
# time-domain low-pass mode
s_td = fftshift(irfft(ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0], n=len(t)))
s_td_g = s_td * gate
ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0] = rfft(ifftshift(s_td_g))
# remove frequency-domain window
ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0] = ntwk_gated.s[:, 0, 0] / window_fd
if mode == 'bandstop':
ntwk_gated = ntwk - ntwk_gated
elif mode == 'bandpass':
pass
else:
raise ValueError('mode should be \'bandpass\' or \'bandstop\'')
return ntwk_gated
```