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hv = bessel_h(v, x)
hv = bessel_h(v, kind, x)
hv = bessel_h(v, kind, x, 1)
[hv, error] = bessel_h(v, x)
[hv, error] = bessel_h(v, kind, x)
[hv, error] = bessel_h(v, kind, x, 1)
Legacy Name: besselh
Computes the Bessel function of the third kind, or the Hankel function, of a given order. bessel_h(v, x) is equivalent to bessel_h(v, 1, x).
Name  Description  

v  Specifies the order of the Hankel function. v is a real, doubleprecision, floatingpoint, positive scalar, vector, or matrix.  
x  Specifies the value for which you want to compute the Hankel function. x is a real or complex, doubleprecision, floatingpoint scalar, vector, or matrix.  
kind  Specifies the type of the Hankel function. kind is an integer that accepts the following values.


1  Scales the computation. bessel_h(v, 1, x, 1) scales bessel_h(v, 1, x) by exp(i*x). bessel_h(v, 2, x, 1) scales bessel_h(v, 2, x) by exp(i*x). 
Name  Description  

hv  Returns the Hankel function. hv is a real or complex, doubleprecision, floatingpoint scalar, vector, or matrix.  
error  Returns error information about the evaluation of the Hankel function. error is a matrix of integers in which each element can return the following values.

LabVIEW computes the Hankel functions, which are defined by:
bessel_h(v, 1, x) = bessel_j(v, x)+i*bessel_y(v, x)
bessel_h(v, 2, x) = bessel_j(v, x)i*bessel_y(v, x)
If x is a scalar, LabVIEW sets x to a vector of the same size as v whose elements all equal the value you specified for x. If y is a scalar, LabVIEW sets y to a vector of the same size as v whose elements all equal the value you specified for y. If x and v are vectors of the same orientation, LabVIEW returns a vector of Hankel functions for corresponding input values. For example, if x = [1, 2] and v = [3, 4], LabVIEW returns [bessel_h(1, 3), bessel_h(2, 4)]. If x and v are vectors of opposite orientation, LabVIEW returns a matrix of Hankel functions for each combination of input values. For example, if x = [1, 2] and v = [3; 4], LabVIEW returns [bessel_h(1, 3), bessel_h(1, 4); bessel_h(2, 3), bessel_h(2, 4)].
The following table lists the support characteristics of this function.
Supported in the LabVIEW RunTime Engine  Yes 
Supported on RT targets  Yes 
Suitable for bounded execution times on RT  Not characterized 
X = [0.1:0.099:2];
HV = bessel_h(2, 1, X);
plot(X, HV)
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