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## Estimate Transfer Function Models with Transport Delay to Fit Given Frequency-Response Data

This example shows how to identify a transfer function to fit a given frequency response data (FRD) containing additional phase roll off induced by input delay.

This example requires a Control System Toolbox™ license.

Obtain frequency response data.

For this example, use `bode` to obtain the magnitude and phase response data for the following system:

`$H\left(s\right)={e}^{-.5s}\frac{s+0.2}{{s}^{3}+2{s}^{2}+s+1}$`

Use 100 frequency points, ranging from 0.1 rad/s to 10 rad/s, to obtain the frequency response data. Use `frd` to create a frequency-response data object.

```freq = logspace(-1,1,100); [mag, phase] = bode(tf([1 .2],[1 2 1 1],'InputDelay',.5),freq); data = frd(mag.*exp(1j*phase*pi/180),freq);```

`data` is an `iddata` object that contains frequency response data for the described system.

Estimate a transfer function using `data`. Specify an unknown transport delay for the identified transfer function.

```np = 3; nz = 1; iodelay = NaN; sys = tfest(data,np,nz,iodelay);```

`np` and `nz` specify the number of poles and zeros in the identified transfer function, respectively.

`iodelay` specifies an unknown transport delay for the identified transfer function.

`sys` is an `idtf` model containing the identified transfer function.

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