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Re: chirp function


"Chirp" is unknown to Mathematica. ???

There is Beep[] in Mathematica 6.  (And about time!)

Will Robertson wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> It surprised me that there isn't a chirp signal in mathematica. Here's
> one:
> 
> LinearChirp[time t, frequency gradient kf]
> 	returns the linear chirp output at time t with frequency increase per
> second kf
> LinearChirp[time t, initial frequency f0, final time t1, final
> frequency f1]
> 	returns the linear chirp output at time t with initial frequency f0
> and frequency f1 at time t1
> 
> LinearChirp[t_, fi_, tf_, ff_] := Sin[2 \[Pi] t (fi + (ff - fi)/tf t/
> 2)]
> LinearChirp[t_, kf_] := Chirp[t, 0, 1, kf]
> 
> Hope this helps,
> Will
> 
> 

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