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function y = getiq(x,freq)
this takes in the frequencies X that were received at a rate of FREQ and gives you a complex value which is I and Q - this is used when you have frequency X changing and the phase is cumulative - meaning it does not start each new frequency at the same spot

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function y = getiq(data,freq,fc)
this takes in frequencies X that were received at a rate of FREQ and gives you a complex value...



function [f,a] = iqtofreqplot(x,freq)

Finds the angle and frequency of IQs it then plots the angle and frequency as a function of time IQTOFREQPLOT('complex data', 'rate at which received I and Q per second')

if you choose...