Step response for filter
[h,t]
= stepz(hfilt)
[h,t]
= stepz(hfilt,n)
[h,t]
= stepz(hfilt,n,fs)
[h,t]
= stepz(hfilt,[],fs)
stepz(hfilt)
[h,t]
= stepz(hs)
[h,t] =
stepz(hs,Name,Value)
stepz(hs)
stepz
returns the step response based on
the current filter coefficients. This section describes common stepz
operation
with discretetime filters and filter System objects. For more input
options, refer to stepz
in Signal Processing Toolbox™ documentation.
[
returns the impulse
response h
,t
]
= stepz(hfilt
)h
and the corresponding time points w
at
which the step response of hfilt
is computed. The
step response is evaluated at 10 1second intervals—(0:9)'
.
[
returns
the step response evaluated at h
,t
]
= stepz(hfilt
,n
)floor(n)
1second
intervals—(0:floor(n)1)'
.
[
returns
the step response evaluated at h
,t
]
= stepz(hfilt
,n
,fs
)floor(n)
1/
fs
second
intervals—(0:floor(n)1)'/fs
.
[
returns
the step response evaluated at 10 h
,t
]
= stepz(hfilt
,[],fs
)1/
fs
second
intervals—(0:9)'/fs
.
stepz(
uses
FVTool to plot the step response of the filter. You can also provide
the optional input arguments hfilt
)n
and fs
with
this syntax.
[
returns the step response
for the filter System object™ h
,t
]
= stepz(hs
)hs
. The impulse
response is evaluated at 10 1second intervals—(0:9)'
.
You can also provide the optional input arguments n
and fs
with
this syntax.
[
returns
an step response with additional options specified by one or more h
,t
] =
stepz(hs
,Name,Value
)Name,Value
pair
arguments.
stepz(hs)
uses FVTool to
plot the step response of the filter System object hs
.
Note


Complex, 

Time vector of length 