spectra11
compute l=1 profile with different amplitude plus noise
param=[amplitude1,frequency,linewidth,splitting,noise,amplitude2]
spectram1
compute l=1 m=-1 profile without noise
param=[amplitude,frequency,linewidth,splitting]
spectrap1
compute l=1 m=+1 profile without noise
param=[amplitude,frequency,linewidth,splitting]
spectra
compute the profile of a multiplet whose peak distribution is given
by peak (call peakIPHIR,degree for example)
param=[amplitude,frequency,linewidth,splitting,noise]
spectra02
compute the profile of an l=0 and l=2. The peak distribution of the l=2 is given by
peakIPHIR,2 for example; to be modified to your needs. The linewidth is common.
param=[amplitude2,frequency2,linewidth,splitting,noise,amplitude0,frequency0]
spectra13
compute the profile of an l=1 and l=3. The peak distribution of the l=3 is given by
peakIPHIR,3 for example; to be modified to your needs. The linewidth is common.
param=[amplitude3,frequency3,linewidth,splitting3,noise,amplitude1,frequency1,splitting1]
*spectraltene (LOI specific)
compute the profile in the m,nu power spectra diagram. You need to give the structure of your
crosstalk by calling peakLOI,degree and to give the value of your leakage
in the power spectra.
param=[frequency,splitting,linewidth,2*l+1 amplitudes, 2*l+1 noise, crosstalks]
*spectralteneal (LOI specific)
compute the profile in the m,nu power spectra diagram for a MAIN degree and an alias. This routines is
used for fitting in the power spectra l=1,4,5,7,8 for the LOI.
You need to give the structure of your crosstalk by calling peakLOIal,degree and to give the value
of your leakage in the power spectra.
param=[frequency,splitting,linewidth,2*l+1 amplitudes, 2*l+1 noise, crosstalks]
*spectralteneal1 (LOI specific)
*spectralteneal2 (LOI specific)
compute the profile in the m,nu power spectra diagram for a MAIN degree (spectralteneal1) and another
degree (spectralteneal2); both degree creating power in each other. The 2 degrees are fitted
simultaneously and return the parameters for each mode.
param1=[frequency,splitting,linewidth,2*l+1 amplitudes, 2*l+1 noise, crosstalks1]
param2=[frequency,splitting,linewidth,2*l+1 amplitudes, 2*l+1 noise, crosstalks2]
*spectralnoise (LOI specific)
Same as spectraltene but here the noise is the same for all |m|, and in addition
the a_3 component of the splitting is fitted for l>1.
param=[frequency,splitting,linewidth,2*l+1 amplitudes, l noise, crosstalks, splitting_3]
*crosstalk (LOI specific)
compute the full correlation profile of the Fourier spectra. You need to give the structure
of your crosstalk by calling peakLOI,degree and to give the value of your leakage both
for the modes and for the noise.
param=(frequency,splitting,linewidth,2*l+1 amplitudes, l+1 noise,crosstalkmode,crosstalknoise)
*crosstalklg (LOI specific)
compute the full correlation profile of the Fourier spectra. You need to give the structure
of your leakage matrix both for the modes and for the noise.
param=(frequency,linewidth,splitting_1,splitting_3,2*l+1 amplitudes, 2 angles,6 noises)
crosstalkgong
compute the full correlation profile of the Fourier spectra. You need to give the structure
of your leakage matrix both for the modes and for the noise.
param=(frequency,linewidth,splitting_1,splitting_3,2*l+1 amplitudes, 2 angles,1 noise)
lorentzian
compute lorentzian line profile.
This oddly written function is used by all the routines above. factor is a weigthing factor
mainly used by spectra02 and spectra13, for example. alias amplitude is 0 by default, the
inclusion of the alias have been removed for speed.
param=(ln(amplitude), frequency, ln(linewidth),unused,unused,ln(factor),alias amplitude)
peakLOI
peakGONG
encode the crosstalk parameters for the LOI (or GONG). Its main purpose is to increase speed.
It is an approximation as we used the highest crosstalk amplitude for generating this.
peakLOIal
encode the alias crosstalk parameters for the LOI. Used by spectralteneal. Its main purpose is to
increase speed. It is an approximation as we used the highest alias crosstalk amplitude for generating this.
peakIPHIR
peakBISON
give relative amplitude of the components in a multiplet