Decode data using a Reed-Solomon decoder
Reed-Solomon encoding follows the same standards as any other cyclic redundancy code. The Integer-Output RS Decoder HDL Optimized block can be used to model many communication system Forward Error Correcting (FEC) codes.
The Integer-Output RS Decoder HDL Optimized block has four input ports and six output ports (5 required, 1 optional).
|datain||Input||Message data, one symbol at a time.||Integer or fixdt() with any binary point scaling. Doubles are allowed for simulation but not for HDL code generation.|
|start||Input||Indicates the start of a frame of data.||Boolean or fixdt(0,1)|
|end||Input||Indicates the end of a frame of data.||Boolean or fixdt(0,1)|
|valid||Input||Indicates that input data is valid.||Boolean or fixdt(0,1)|
|dataout||Output||Message data with the checksum appended. The data width is the same as the input data port.||Same as datain|
|startout||Output||Indicates the start of a frame of data.||Boolean or fixdt(0,1)|
|endout||Output||Indicates the end of a frame of data, including checksum.||Boolean or fixdt(0,1)|
|validout||Output||Indicates that output data is valid.||Boolean or fixdt(0,1)|
|err||Output||Indicates the corruption of the received data when error is high.||Boolean|
The length of the code word N must be less than 2^16-1. The number of parity symbols N-K must be a positive even integer. A shortened code is inferred when the number of valid data samples between start and is less than the codeword length.
The generator polynomial is not specified explicitly. However, it is defined by the code word length, the message length, and the B value for the starting exponent of the roots.
For HDL code generation, the block does not handle double-precision floating point data type numbers. You can simulate using double-precision values, but if you attempt HDL code generation, you receive a error message.
Integer-Output RS Decoder HDL Optimized Block Mask, Default View
Integer-Output RS Decoder HDL Optimized Block Mask, Expanded View
The codeword length.
The message length.
Select Property to enable the Primitive polynomial parameter.
Binary row vector representing the primitive polynomial in descending order of powers. When you provide a primitive polynomial, the number of input bits must be an integer multiple of K times the order of the primitive polynomial instead.
This parameter applies when only when Property is selected for Primitive polynomial.
Select Property to enable the B value parameter.
The starting exponent of the roots.
This field is available only when you select Property for Source of B, the starting power for roots of the primitive polynomial.
Check this box to enable the number of errors output port.
Type of simulation to run. The default is Code generation. This parameter does not affect generated HDL code.
Simulate model using generated C code. The first time you run a simulation, Simulink® generates C code for the block. The C code is reused for subsequent simulations. This option requires additional startup time, but provides faster simulation speed than Interpreted execution.
Simulate model using the MATLAB® interpreter. This option shortens startup times, but has slower simulation speeds than Code Generation.