Convert phi/theta angles to u/v coordinates
UV = phitheta2uv(PhiTheta)
Find the corresponding u-v representation for φ = 30° and φ = 0°.
uv = phitheta2uv([30; 0])
uv = 2×1 0 0
PhiTheta— Phi/theta angle pairs
Phi and theta angles, specified as a two-row matrix. Each column of the matrix represents an angle in degrees, in the form [phi; theta].
The φ angle is the angle from the positive y-axis toward the positive z-axis, to the vector’s orthogonal projection onto the yz plane. The φ angle is between 0 and 360 degrees. The θ angle is the angle from the x-axis toward the yz plane, to the vector itself. The θ angle is between 0 and 180 degrees.
The figure illustrates φ and θ for a vector that appears as a green solid line. The coordinate system is relative to the center of a uniform linear array, whose elements appear as blue circles.
The coordinate transformations between φ/θ and az/el are described by the following equations
The u/v coordinates for the hemisphere x ≥ 0 are derived from the phi and theta angles.
The relations are
In these expressions, φ and θ are the phi and theta angles, respectively.
In terms of azimuth and elevation, the u and v coordinates are
The values of u and v satisfy the inequalities
Conversely, the phi and theta angles can be written in terms of u and v using
The azimuth and elevation angles can also be written in terms of u and v
Usage notes and limitations:
Does not support variable-size inputs.