Integrate discrete-time signal with periodic resets
The IntegrateAndDumpFilter object creates a cumulative sum of the discrete-time input signal, while resetting the sum to zero according to a fixed schedule. When the simulation begins, the object discards the number of samples specified in the Offset property. After this initial period, the object sums the input signal along columns and resets the sum to zero every Ninput samples, set by the integration period property. The reset occurs after the object produces output at that time step.
To integrate discrete-time signals with periodic resets:
H = comm.IntegrateAndDumpFilter creates an integrate and dump filter System object™, H. this object integrates over a number of samples in an integration period, and then resets at the end of that period.
H = comm.IntegrateAndDumpFilter(Name,Value) creates an integrate and dump filter object, H, with each specified property set to the specified value. You can specify additional name-value pair arguments in any order as (Name1,Value1,...,NameN,ValueN).
H = comm.IntegrateAndDumpFilter(PERIOD,Name,Value) creates an integrate and dump filter object, H. This object has the IntegrationPeriod property set to PERIOD and the other specified properties set to the specified values.
Specify the integration period, in samples, as a positive, integer scalar value greater than 1. The integration period defines the length of the sample blocks that the object integrates between resets. The default is 8.
Number of offset samples
Specify a nonnegative, integer vector or scalar specifying the number of input samples that the object discards from each column of input data at the beginning of data processing. Discarding begins when you call the step method for the first time. The default is 0.
When you set the Offset property to a nonzero value, the object outputs one or more zeros during the initial period while discarding input samples.
When you specify this property as a vector of length L, the i-th element of the vector corresponds to the offset for the i-th column of the input data matrix, which has L columns.
When you specify this property as a scalar value, the object applies the same offset to each column of the input data matrix. The offset creates a transient effect, rather than a persistent delay.
Specify whether the step method returns intermediate cumulative sum results or decimates intermediate results. The default is true.
When you set this property to true, the step method returns one output sample, consisting of the final integration value, for each block of IntegrationPeriod input samples. If the inputs are (KIntegrationPeriod)L matrices, then the outputs are KL matrices.
When you set this property to false, the step method returns IntegrationPeriod output samples, comprising the intermediate cumulative sum values, for each block of IntegrationPeriod input samples. In this case, inputs and outputs have the same dimensions.
|clone||Create integrate and dump filter object with same property values|
|getNumInputs||Number of expected inputs to step method|
|getNumOutputs||Number of outputs from step method|
|isLocked||Locked status for input attributes and nontunable properties|
|release||Allow property value and input characteristics changes|
|step||Integrate discrete-time signal with periodic resets|
Integrate a signal specifying an integration period of 5 samples.
hInt = comm.IntegrateAndDumpFilter(5); hInt.Offset = 3; % Data matrix contains three columns (i.e. three channels) data = reshape(1:30, 10, 3); result = step(hInt, data)