sfs.td.wfs¶

Compute WFS driving functions.

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import sfs
from scipy.signal import unit_impulse

# Plane wave

# Point source
xs = -1.5, 1.5, 0
rs = np.linalg.norm(xs)  # distance from origin
ts = rs / sfs.default.c  # time-of-arrival at origin

# Focused source
xf = -0.5, 0.5, 0
nf = sfs.util.direction_vector(np.radians(-45))  # normal vector
rf = np.linalg.norm(xf)  # distance from origin
tf = rf / sfs.default.c  # time-of-arrival at origin

# Impulsive excitation
fs = 44100
signal = unit_impulse(512), fs

# Circular loudspeaker array
N = 32  # number of loudspeakers
array = sfs.array.circular(N, R)

grid = sfs.util.xyz_grid([-2, 2], [-2, 2], 0, spacing=0.02)

def plot(d, selection, secondary_source, t=0):
p = sfs.td.synthesize(d, selection, array, secondary_source, grid=grid,
observation_time=t)
sfs.plot2d.level(p, grid)
sfs.plot2d.loudspeakers(array.x, array.n, selection * array.a, size=0.15)


Functions

 driving_signals(delays, weights, signal) Get driving signals per secondary source. focused_25d(x0, n0, xs, ns[, xref, c]) Point source by 2.5-dimensional WFS. plane_25d(x0, n0[, n, xref, c]) Plane wave model by 2.5-dimensional WFS. point_25d(x0, n0, xs[, xref, c]) Point source by 2.5-dimensional WFS.
sfs.td.wfs.plane_25d(x0, n0, n=[0, 1, 0], xref=[0, 0, 0], c=None)[source]

Plane wave model by 2.5-dimensional WFS.

Parameters: x0 ((N, 3) array_like) – Sequence of secondary source positions. n0 ((N, 3) array_like) – Sequence of secondary source orientations. n ((3,) array_like, optional) – Normal vector (propagation direction) of synthesized plane wave. xref ((3,) array_like, optional) – Reference position c (float, optional) – Speed of sound delays ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Delays of secondary sources in seconds. weights ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Weights of secondary sources. selection ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Boolean array containing True or False depending on whether the corresponding secondary source is “active” or not. secondary_source_function (callable) – A function that can be used to create the sound field of a single secondary source. See sfs.td.synthesize().

Notes

2.5D correction factor

$g_0 = \sqrt{2 \pi |x_\mathrm{ref} - x_0|}$

d using a plane wave as source model

$d_{2.5D}(x_0,t) = h(t) 2 g_0 \scalarprod{n}{n_0} \dirac{t - \frac{1}{c} \scalarprod{n}{x_0}}$

with wfs(2.5D) prefilter h(t), which is not implemented yet.

Examples

delays, weights, selection, secondary_source = \
sfs.td.wfs.plane_25d(array.x, array.n, npw)
d = sfs.td.wfs.driving_signals(delays, weights, signal)
plot(d, selection, secondary_source) sfs.td.wfs.point_25d(x0, n0, xs, xref=[0, 0, 0], c=None)[source]

Point source by 2.5-dimensional WFS.

Parameters: x0 ((N, 3) array_like) – Sequence of secondary source positions. n0 ((N, 3) array_like) – Sequence of secondary source orientations. xs ((3,) array_like) – Virtual source position. xref ((3,) array_like, optional) – Reference position c (float, optional) – Speed of sound delays ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Delays of secondary sources in seconds. weights ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Weights of secondary sources. selection ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Boolean array containing True or False depending on whether the corresponding secondary source is “active” or not. secondary_source_function (callable) – A function that can be used to create the sound field of a single secondary source. See sfs.td.synthesize().

Notes

2.5D correction factor

$g_0 = \sqrt{2 \pi |x_\mathrm{ref} - x_0|}$

d using a point source as source model

$d_{2.5D}(x_0,t) = h(t) \frac{g_0 \scalarprod{(x_0 - x_s)}{n_0}} {2\pi |x_0 - x_s|^{3/2}} \dirac{t - \frac{|x_0 - x_s|}{c}}$

with wfs(2.5D) prefilter h(t), which is not implemented yet.

Examples

delays, weights, selection, secondary_source = \
sfs.td.wfs.point_25d(array.x, array.n, xs)
d = sfs.td.wfs.driving_signals(delays, weights, signal)
plot(d, selection, secondary_source, t=ts) sfs.td.wfs.focused_25d(x0, n0, xs, ns, xref=[0, 0, 0], c=None)[source]

Point source by 2.5-dimensional WFS.

Parameters: x0 ((N, 3) array_like) – Sequence of secondary source positions. n0 ((N, 3) array_like) – Sequence of secondary source orientations. xs ((3,) array_like) – Virtual source position. ns ((3,) array_like) – Normal vector (propagation direction) of focused source. This is used for secondary source selection, see sfs.util.source_selection_focused(). xref ((3,) array_like, optional) – Reference position c (float, optional) – Speed of sound delays ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Delays of secondary sources in seconds. weights ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Weights of secondary sources. selection ((N,) numpy.ndarray) – Boolean array containing True or False depending on whether the corresponding secondary source is “active” or not. secondary_source_function (callable) – A function that can be used to create the sound field of a single secondary source. See sfs.td.synthesize().

Notes

2.5D correction factor

$g_0 = \sqrt{\frac{|x_\mathrm{ref} - x_0|} {|x_0-x_s| + |x_\mathrm{ref}-x_0|}}$

d using a point source as source model

$d_{2.5D}(x_0,t) = h(t) \frac{g_0 \scalarprod{(x_0 - x_s)}{n_0}} {|x_0 - x_s|^{3/2}} \dirac{t + \frac{|x_0 - x_s|}{c}}$

with wfs(2.5D) prefilter h(t), which is not implemented yet.

Examples

delays, weights, selection, secondary_source = \
sfs.td.wfs.focused_25d(array.x, array.n, xf, nf)
d = sfs.td.wfs.driving_signals(delays, weights, signal)
plot(d, selection, secondary_source, t=tf) sfs.td.wfs.driving_signals(delays, weights, signal)[source]

Get driving signals per secondary source.

Returned signals are the delayed and weighted mono input signal (with N samples) per channel (C).

Parameters: delays ((C,) array_like) – Delay in seconds for each channel, negative values allowed. weights ((C,) array_like) – Amplitude weighting factor for each channel. signal ((N,) array_like + float) – Excitation signal consisting of (mono) audio data and a sampling rate (in Hertz). A DelayedSignal object can also be used. DelayedSignal – A tuple containing the driving signals (in a numpy.ndarray with shape (N, C)), followed by the sampling rate (in Hertz) and a (possibly negative) time offset (in seconds).