Power bandwidth

specifies the frequency interval over which to compute the reference level. This
syntax can include any combination of input arguments from previous syntaxes, as
long as the second input argument is either `bw`

= powerbw(___,`freqrange`

,`r`

)`fs`

or
`f`

. If the second input is passed as empty, normalized
frequency will be assumed. `freqrange`

must lie within the
target band.

If you also specify `r`

, the function computes
the difference in frequency between the points where the spectrum
drops below the reference level by `r`

dB or reaches
an endpoint.

`powerbw(___)`

with no output
arguments plots the PSD or power spectrum in the current figure window
and annotates the bandwidth.

To determine the 3-dB bandwidth, `powerbw`

computes
a periodogram power spectrum estimate using a rectangular window and
takes the maximum of the estimate as a reference level. The bandwidth
is the difference in frequency between the points where the spectrum
drops at least 3 dB below the reference level. If the signal reaches
one of its endpoints before dropping by 3 dB, then `powerbw`

uses
the endpoint to compute the difference.

`bandpower`

| `obw`

| `periodogram`

| `plomb`

| `pwelch`