[SciPy-Dev] mwavepy scikit
Mon Jan 23 07:54:56 CST 2012
On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 1:16 AM, alex arsenovic <email@example.com> wrote:
> thanks for the feedback. i have begun the move of mwavepy into a
> scikit called `scikit-rf`, with an import path of `skrf`, and short-hand
> import convention of `rf`. this seems to roughly follow the conventions of
> scikit-learn and scikit-image, and i think the names work well.
> i am learning git it the process, and am starting to see why everyone
> enjoys it so much.
> here are the relevant links
> git page
> home page
> Looks good, I'll try it out when I get the chance.
> i am unsure which program you are referring to (hard to tell from that
> page), but i think i understand generally what you want, perhaps a look at
> this page may be helpful.
The first entry (Smith-Chart Diagram) under "Particular Interests".
> if you want a graphical-aided solution this can probably be done with skrf
> as well, if you are still interested, you can send me an email with more
> details and ill take hack at it.
> to respond to your request within a larger perspective, i have been
> thinking about making some specific application programs out of skrf, such
> as automated matching functions and the like. although skrf itself is meant
> to provide simple building blocks, adding usable application examples may
> be useful.
> Automated matching, with options to make a trade-off between bandwidth and
number of components for example, would be quite useful I think. Graphical
aids are more complicated probably, but at least having functions to
compute stability, VSWR, etc. for a given network and then plot the
contours in a Smith chart wouldn't be hard I think.
> On 01/21/2012 07:11 AM, Ralf Gommers wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 1:32 AM, alex arsenovic <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
>> hello, my name is alex arsenovic. i am the author of the python module
>> mwavepy, which is a package for RF/microwave engineering.
>> homepage: http://code.google.com/p/mwavepy/
>> docs: http://packages.python.org/mwavepy/#
>> it is my understanding that scipy doesnt currently have the
>> functionality provided by mwavepy, and it seems as though it would be a
>> valuable module to have, similar to the rf-toolbox in matlab.
>> i was entertaining the idea of making a sci-kit for mwavepy, and was
>> curious about the scipy-dev community's opinion on this. does a module
>> like this belong as a sci-kit? if so, i have numerous questions as to
>> what are the next steps.
> Hi Alex, making your project a scikit seems like a good idea. I
> actually tried to use mwavepy about two years ago for some basic matching
> network design. Back then I ran into a number of issues and in the end gave
> up, but it looks like your project came a long way since then. Whether or
> not you make it a scikit, definitely move to github though! That would have
> made the difference for me in submitting a few patches instead of just
> hacking around the first issues I encountered.
> In the end I went back to using the free Dellsperger program (
> http://fritz.dellsperger.net/) plus LTSpice. The former has a nice GUI
> and some plotting options like stability and VSWR contours that are quite
> handy, so if you're taking feature requests consider this one:)
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