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deleteDisplayChannel

Delete Logic Analyzer channel

Syntax

deleteDisplayChannel(scope,tag)

Description

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deleteDisplayChannel(scope,tag) deletes the display channel, either a wave or a divider, specified by the input tag.

Examples

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Use functions to construct and manipulate a dsp.LogicAnalyzer System object.

Display Waves on Logic Analyzer scope.

scope = dsp.LogicAnalyzer('NumInputPorts',2);

stop = 30;
for count = 1:stop
    sinValVec = sin(count/stop*2*pi);
    cosValVec = cos(count/stop*2*pi);
    cosValVecOffset = cos((count+10)/stop*2*pi);

    scope([count (count-(stop/2))],[sinValVec cosValVec cosValVecOffset])
end

Reorganize Display

digitalDividerTag = addDivider(scope,'Name','Digital','Height',20);
analogDividerTag = addDivider(scope,'Name','Analog','Height',40);

tags = getDisplayChannelTags(scope);

modifyDisplayChannel(scope,tags{1},'InputChannel',1,...
    'Name','Ramp Digital','Height',40);
modifyDisplayChannel(scope,tags{2},'InputChannel',2,...
    'Name','Waves Analog','Format','Analog','Height',80);

moveDisplayChannel(scope,digitalDividerTag,'DisplayChannel',1)
moveDisplayChannel(scope,tags{2},'DisplayChannel',length(tags))

show(scope)

Duplicate Wave and Check Information

duplicateWave = addWave(scope,'InputChannel',2,'Name','Waves Digital','Format','Digital',...
    'Height',30,'DisplayChannel',3);
%getDisplayChannelInfo(scope,duplicateWave)

Remove Dividers

deleteDisplayChannel(scope,digitalDividerTag)
deleteDisplayChannel(scope,analogDividerTag)

Clear variables

clear analogDividerTag cosValVec cosValVecOffset count digitalDividerTag duplicateWave scope sinValVec stop tags

Input Arguments

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The Logic Analyzer object from which you want to delete a display channel, specified as a handle to the dsp.LogicAnalyzer object.

The tag identifying which display channel to delete, specified as a character vector.

Example: 'deleteDisplayChannel(scope,tag)' deletes a display channel from Logic Analyzer.

Data Types: char

Introduced in R2013a

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