ex_dsqclarke.c

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#include "examples_doc_sq.h"
#include "dsp.h"

int main(void)
{
    float32_t Ia =  2.f;
    float32_t Ib = -1.f;
    float32_t Ialpha, Ibeta;
    
    printf_v32f("Initial phases:\n Ia =", &Ia, 1);
    printf_v32f(" Ib =", &Ib, 1);

    ippsq_clarke_f32(Ia, Ib, &Ialpha, &Ibeta);
    printf_v32f("Forward Clarke:\n Ialpha =", &Ialpha, 1);
    printf_v32f(" Ibeta  =", &Ibeta, 1);

    ippsq_inv_clarke_f32(Ialpha, Ibeta, &Ia, &Ib);
    printf_v32f("Inverse Clarke:\n Ia =", &Ia, 1);
    printf_v32f(" Ib =", &Ib, 1);

    CONTROL_RETURN;
}
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