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Wideband line-of-sight propagation channel

Environment and Targets

`phasedenvlib`

The Wideband LOS Channel block propagates signals from one point in space to multiple points or from multiple points back to one point via line-of-sight (LOS) channels. The block models propagation time, free-space propagation loss, Doppler shift, and atmospheric as well as weather loss. The block assumes that the propagation speed is much greater than the object's speed in which case the stop-and-hop model is valid.

When propagating a signal in an LOS channel to an object and back, you have the choice of either using a single block to compute two-way LOS channel propagation delay or two blocks to perform one-way propagation delays in each direction. Because the LOS channel propagation delay is not necessarily an integer multiple of the sampling interval, it may turn out that the total round trip delay in samples when you use a two-way propagation block differs from the delay in samples when you use two one-way propagation blocks. For this reason, it is recommended that, when possible, you use a single two-way propagation block.

**Signal Propagation speed (m/s)**Specify the propagation speed of the signal, in meters per second, as a positive scalar. You can use the function

`physconst`

to specify the speed of light.**Signal carrier frequency (Hz)**Specify the carrier frequency of the signal in hertz of the narrowband signal as a positive scalar.

**Number of subbands**The number of subbands used for subband processing, specified as a positive integer.

**Specify atmospheric parameters**Select this check box to enable atmospheric attenuation modeling.

**Temperature (degrees Celsius)**Ambient atmospheric temperature, specified as a real-valued scalar. Units are degrees Celsius. This parameter appears when you select the

**Specify atmospheric parameters**check box. Units are degrees Celsius.**Dry air pressure (Pa)**Atmospheric dry air pressure, specified as a positive real-valued scalar. Units are Pascals (Pa). The value 101325 for this property corresponds to one standard atmosphere. This parameter appears when you select the

**Specify atmospheric parameters**check box.**Water vapour density (g/m^3)**Atmospheric water vapor density, specified as a positive real-valued scalar. Units are gm/m

^{3}. This parameter appears when you select the**Specify atmospheric parameters**check box.**Liquid water density (g/m^3)**Liquid water density of fog or clouds, specified as a non-negative real-valued scalar. Units are gm/m

^{3}. Typical values for liquid water density are 0.05 for medium fog and 0.5 for thick fog. This parameter appears when you select the**Specify atmospheric parameters**check box.**Rain rate (mm/hr)**Rainfall rate, specified as a non-negative real-valued scalar. Units are in mm/hour. This parameter appears when you select the

**Specify atmospheric parameters**check box.**Perform two-way propagation**Select this check box to perform round-trip propagation between the origin and destination. Otherwise the block performs one-way propagation from the origin to the destination.

**Inherit sample rate**Select this check box to inherit the sample rate from upstream blocks. Otherwise, specify the sample rate using the

**Sample rate**parameter.**Sample rate**Specify the signal sampling rate (in hertz) as a positive scalar. This parameter appears only when the

**Inherit sample rate**parameter is not selected.**Maximum one-way propagation distance (m)**The maximum distance between the signal origin and the destination, specified as a positive scalar. Units are in meters. Amplitudes of any signals that propagate beyond this distance will be set to zero.

**Simulate using**Block simulation method, specified as

`Interpreted Execution`

or`Code Generation`

. If you want your block to use the MATLAB^{®}interpreter, choose`Interpreted Execution`

. If you want your block to run as compiled code, choose`Code Generation`

. Compiled code requires time to compile but usually runs faster.Interpreted execution is useful when you are developing and tuning a model. The block runs the underlying System object™ in MATLAB. You can change and execute your model quickly. When you are satisfied with your results, you can then run the block using

`Code Generation`

. Long simulations run faster than they would in interpreted execution. You can run repeated executions without recompiling. However, if you change any block parameters, then the block automatically recompiles before execution.When setting this parameter, you must take into account the overall model simulation mode. The table shows how the

**Simulate using**parameter interacts with the overall simulation mode.When the Simulink

^{®}model is in`Accelerator`

mode, the block mode specified using**Simulate using**overrides the simulation mode.For more information, see Choosing a Simulation Mode (Simulink) from the Simulink documentation.**Acceleration Modes**Block Simulation Simulation Behavior `Normal`

`Accelerator`

`Rapid Accelerator`

`Interpreted Execution`

The block executes using the MATLAB interpreter. The block executes using the MATLAB interpreter. Creates a standalone executable from the model. `Code Generation`

The block is compiled. All blocks in the model are compiled.

The block input and output ports correspond to the input and
output parameters described in the `step`

method of
the underlying System
object. See link at the bottom of this page.

Port | Description | Supported Data Types |
---|---|---|

`X` | Input signal. | Double-precision floating point |

`Pos1` | Signal source position. | Double-precision floating point |

`Pos2` | Signal destination position. | Double-precision floating point |

`Vel1` | Signal source velocity. | Double-precision floating point |

`Vel2` | Signal destination velocity. | Double-precision floating point |

`Out` | Propagated signal. | Double-precision floating point |

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