|Translate digital signal from intermediate frequency (IF) band to baseband and decimate it|
|Interpolate digital signal and translate it from baseband to IF band|
|Polynomial sample rate converter with arbitrary conversion factor|
|Linear or polyphase FIR interpolation|
|Multistage sample rate converter|
|Downsample||Resample input at lower rate by deleting samples|
|Digital Down-Converter||Translate digital signal from Intermediate Frequency (IF) band to baseband and decimate it|
|Digital Up-Converter||Interpolate digital signal and translate it from baseband to Intermediate Frequency (IF) band|
|Farrow Rate Converter||Polynomial sample-rate converter with arbitrary conversion factor|
|Interpolation||Interpolate values of real input samples|
|Repeat||Resample input at higher rate by repeating values|
|Sample and Hold||Sample and hold input signal|
|Sample-Rate Converter||Multistage sample-rate conversion|
|Upsample||Resample input at higher rate by inserting zeros|
|Convolution||Convolution of two inputs|
|DC Blocker||Block DC component|
|Detrend||Remove linear trend from vectors|
|Offset||Truncate vectors by removing or keeping beginning or ending values|
|Pad||Pad or truncate specified dimension(s)|
|Peak Finder||Determine whether each value of input signal is local minimum or maximum|
|Phase Extractor||Extract the unwrapped phase of a complex input|
|Unwrap||Unwrap signal phase|
|Window Function||Compute and apply window to input signal|
|Zero Crossing||Count number of times signal crosses zero in single time step|
Introduction to real-world sample- and frame-based signals, and how to model those signals in MATLAB® and Simulink®.
Configure the Simulink environment to minimize delay and increase simulation performance.
Use the Constant block and the Signal From Workspace block to generate signals for sample-based processing.
Use the Sine Wave block and the Signal From Workspace block to generate signals for frame-based processing.
Use the Concatenate block to create multichannel signals for sample-based processing.
Use the Concatenate block to create multichannel signals for frame-based processing.
Learn how to extract single-channel and multichannel signals from multichannel signals.
Learn how to extract single-channel and multichannel signals from multichannel signals and how to reorder channels.
Import signals from the MATLAB workspace into your DSP model and export signals from your signal processing model to the MATLAB workspace. These signals are configured for sample-based processing.
Import signals from the MATLAB workspace into your signal processing model and export signals from your signal processing model to the MATLAB workspace. The signals are created for frame-based processing.
Learn how to determine the sample and frame rates of signals in your model.
Learn how operations such as direct rate conversion and frame rebuffering impact the sample and frame rates if your signal.
List of System objects which support variable-sized signals in DSP System Toolbox™.