Specify frame status of output as sample based or frame based
Note The Frame Status Conversion block is still supported but is likely to be obsoleted in a future release. We strongly recommend replacing this block with the Frame Conversion block.
The Frame Status Conversion block passes the input through
to the output, and sets the output frame status to the Output
signal parameter, which can be either
The output frame status can also be inherited from the signal at the
input port, which is made visible by selecting the Inherit
output frame status from Ref input port check box.
When the Output signal parameter setting
or the inherited signal's frame status differs from the input frame
status, the block changes the input frame status accordingly, but
does not otherwise alter the signal. In particular, the block does
not rebuffer or resize 2-D inputs. Because 1-D vectors cannot be frame
based, when the input is a length-M 1-D vector,
and the Output signal parameter is set to
the output is a frame-based M-by-1 matrix (that
is, a single channel).
When the Output signal parameter or the inherited signal's frame status matches the input frame status, the block passes the input through to the output unaltered.
When selected, enables the
Ref input port
from which the block inherits the output frame status.
The output frame status,
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