# crosssd (MathScript RT Module Function)

LabVIEW 2012 MathScript RT Module Help

Edition Date: June 2012

Part Number: 373123C-01

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Owning Class: spectral analysis

Requires: MathScript RT Module

## Syntax

crosssd(x, y)

crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window)

crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window, noverlap)

crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window, noverlap, flag)

Sxy = crosssd(x, y)

Sxy = crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window)

Sxy = crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window, noverlap)

Sxy = crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window, noverlap, flag)

[Sxy, f] = crosssd(x, y)

[Sxy, f] = crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window)

[Sxy, f] = crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window, noverlap)

[Sxy, f] = crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, window, noverlap, flag)

Legacy Name: `csd`

## Description

Uses the Welch method to estimate the cross-spectrum density. If you do not specify an output, this function plots the magnitude of the cross power spectrum in the current plot window.

Examples

## Inputs

Name Description
x Specifies the first input sequence.
y Specifies the second input sequence. length(y) must equal length(x).
fftsize Specifies the length of the FFT to perform on each segment of data. The default is the minimum of 256 and the length of x.
fs Specifies the sampling frequency. The default is 2.
window Specifies the window to apply to x and y. The length of window must be less than or equal to fftsize. The default is a Hanning window with a length of fftsize.
noverlap Specifies the number of overlapping data elements between adjacent segments of data. noverlap must be less than the length of window. The default is 0.
flag Specifies the method to use to preprocess x and y before applying the window. flag is a string that accepts the following values.

 'linear' LabVIEW removes the best linear fit of each segment of data. 'mean' LabVIEW removes the mean of each segment of data. 'none' (default) LabVIEW does not preprocess x and y.

## Outputs

Name Description
Sxy Returns the cross power spectrum of the input signals x and y. If x and y are real, the length of Sxy is fftsize / 2 + 1 for an even fftsize and (fftsize + 1) / 2 for an odd fftsize. If x and y are complex, the length of Sxy is fftsize.
f Returns the frequencies that correspond to Sxy.

## Details

The following table lists the support characteristics of this function.

 Supported in the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine Yes (if you request output) Supported on RT targets Yes (if you request output) Suitable for bounded execution times on RT Not characterized

## Examples

fs = 1000;
f = 100;
T = 2;
t = 0:1 / fs:T - 1/fs;
x = sin(2*pi*f*t) + 10*t;
y = sin(2*pi*0.5*f*t) + 20*t;
fftsize = 256;
[pxy fxy] = crosssd(x, y, fftsize, fs, win_hann2(fftsize), fftsize / 2, 'linear');