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filt2block

Generate Simulink filter block

Syntax

  • filt2block(b)
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  • filt2block(b,'subsystem')
  • filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure)
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  • filt2block(b,a)
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  • filt2block(b,a,'subsystem')
  • filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure)
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  • filt2block(sos)
  • filt2block(sos,'subsystem')
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  • filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure)
  • filt2block(d)
  • filt2block(d,'subsystem')
  • filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure)
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Description

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filt2block(b) generates a Discrete FIR Filter block with filter coefficients, b.

filt2block(b,'subsystem') generates a Simulink® subsystem block that implements an FIR filter using sum, gain, and delay blocks.

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filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure) specifies the filter structure for the FIR filter.

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filt2block(b,a) generates a Discrete Filter block with numerator coefficients, b, and denominator coefficients, a.

filt2block(b,a,'subsystem') generates a Simulink subsystem block that implements an IIR filter using sum, gain, and delay blocks.

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filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure) specifies the filter structure for the IIR filter.

filt2block(sos) generates a Biquad Filter block with second order sections matrix, sos. sos is a K-by-6 matrix, where the number of sections, K, must be greater than or equal to 2. You must have the DSP System Toolbox™ software installed to use this syntax.

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filt2block(sos,'subsystem') generates a Simulink subsystem block that implements a biquad filter using sum, gain, and delay blocks.

filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure) specifies the filter structure for the biquad filter.

filt2block(d) generates a Simulink block that implements a digital filter, d. Use the function designfilt to create d. The block is a Discrete FIR Filter block if d is FIR and a Biquad Filter block if d is IIR.

filt2block(d,'subsystem') generates a Simulink subsystem block that implements d using sum, gain, and delay blocks.

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filt2block(___,'FilterStructure',structure) specifies the filter structure to implement d.

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filt2block(___,Name,Value) uses additional options specified by one or more Name,Value pair arguments.

Examples

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Design a 30th-order FIR filter using the window method. Specify a cutoff frequency of π/4 rad/sample. Create a Simulink® block.

b = fir1(30,0.25);
filt2block(b)

Design a 30th-order IIR Butterworth filter. Specify a cutoff frequency of π/4 rad/sample. Create a Simulink® block.

[b,a] = butter(30,0.25);
filt2block(b,a)

Design a 30th-order FIR filter using the window method. Specify a cutoff frequency of π/4 rad/sample. Create a Simulink® block with a direct form I transposed structure.

b = fir1(30,0.25);
filt2block(b,'FilterStructure','directFormTransposed')

Design a 30th-order IIR Butterworth filter. Specify a cutoff frequency of π/4 rad/sample. Create a Simulink® block with a direct form I structure.

[b,a] = butter(30,0.25);
filt2block(b,a,'FilterStructure','directForm1')

Design a 5-th order Butterworth filter with a cutoff frequency of π/5 rad/sample. Obtain the filter in biquad form and generate a Simulink® subsystem block from the second order sections.

[z,p,k] = butter(5,0.2);
sos = zp2sos(z,p,k);
filt2block(sos,'subsystem')

Generate a Simulink® subsystem block that implements an FIR lowpass filter using sum, gain, and delay blocks. Specify the input processing to be elements as channels by specifying 'FrameBasedProcessing' as false.

B = fir1(30,.25);
filt2block(B,'subsystem','BlockName','Lowpass FIR',...
              'FrameBasedProcessing',false)

Design a highpass elliptic filter with normalized stopband frequency 0.45 and normalized passband frequency 0.55. Specify a stopband attenuation of 40Design a highpass elliptic filter with normalized stopband frequency 0.45 and normalized passband frequency 0.55. Specify a stopband attenuation of 40 dB and a passband ripple of 0.5 dB. Implement the filter as a Direct Form II structure, call it "HP", and place it in a new Simulink® model.

d = designfilt('highpassiir','DesignMethod','ellip', ...
               'StopbandFrequency',0.45,'PassbandFrequency',0.55, ...
               'StopbandAttenuation',40,'PassbandRipple',0.5);

filt2block(d,'subsystem','FilterStructure','directForm2', ...
             'Destination','new','BlockName','HP')

Input Arguments

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Numerator filter coefficients, specified as a row or column vector. The filter coefficients are ordered in descending powers of z–1 with the first element corresponding to the coefficient for z0.

Example: b = fir1(30,0.25);

Data Types: single | double
Complex Number Support: Yes

Denominator filter coefficients, specified as a row or column vector. The filter coefficients are ordered in descending powers of z–1 with the first element corresponding to the coefficient for z0. The first filter coefficient must be 1.

Data Types: single | double
Complex Number Support: Yes

Second order section matrix, specified as a K-by-2 matrix. Each row of the matrix contains the coefficients for a biquadratic rational function in z–1. The Z-transform of the Kth rational biquadratic system impulse response is

Hk(z)=Bk(1)+Bk(2)z1+Bk(3)z2Ak(1)+Ak(2)z1+Ak(3)z2

The coefficients in the Kth row of the matrix, sos, are ordered as follows:

[Bk(1)Bk(2)Bk(3)Ak(1)Ak(2)Ak(3)]

The frequency response of the filter is its transfer function evaluated on the unit circle with z = ej2πf.

Data Types: single | double
Complex Number Support: Yes

Digital filter, specified as a digitalFilter object. Use designfilt to generate a digital filter based on frequency-response specifications.

Example: d = designfilt('lowpassiir','FilterOrder',3,'HalfPowerFrequency',0.5) specifies a third-order Butterworth filter with normalized 3-dB frequency 0.5π rad/sample.

Filter structure, specified as a character vector. Valid options for structure depend on the input arguments. The following table lists the valid filter structures by input.

InputFilter Structures
b'directForm' (default), 'directFormTransposed', 'directFormSymmetric', 'directFormAntiSymmetric', 'overlapAdd'. The 'overlapAdd' structure is only available when you omit 'subsystem' and requires a DSP System Toolbox software license.
a'directForm2' (default), 'directForm1', 'directForm1Transposed', 'directForm2', 'directForm2Transposed'
sos'directForm2Transposed' (default), 'directForm1', 'directForm1Transposed', 'directForm2'
d
  • For FIR filters: 'directForm' (default), 'directFormTransposed', 'directFormSymmetric', 'directFormAntiSymmetric', 'overlapAdd'. The 'overlapAdd' structure is only available when you omit 'subsystem' and requires a DSP System Toolbox software license.

  • For IIR filters: 'directForm2Transposed' (default), 'directForm1', 'directForm1Transposed', 'directForm2'

Name-Value Pair Arguments

Specify optional comma-separated pairs of Name,Value arguments. Name is the argument name and Value is the corresponding value. Name must appear inside single quotes (' '). You can specify several name and value pair arguments in any order as Name1,Value1,...,NameN,ValueN.

Example: filt2block(...,'subsystem','BlockName','Lowpass FIR','FrameBasedProcessing',false)

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Destination for the Simulink filter block, specified as a character vector. You can add the filter block to your current model with 'current', add the filter block to a new model with 'new', or specify the name of an existing model.

Example: filt2block([1 2 1],'Destination','MyModel','BlockName','New block')

Data Types: char

Block name, specified as a character vector.

Data Types: char

Overwrite block, specified as a logical false or true. If you use a value for 'BlockName' that is the same as an existing block, the value of 'OverwriteBlock' determines whether the block is overwritten. The default value is false.

Data Types: logical

Map coefficients to ports, specified as a logical false or true.

Data Types: logical

Coefficient variable names, specified as a cell array of character vectors. This name-value pair is only applicable when 'MapCoefficientsToPorts' is true. The default values are {'Num'}, {'Num','Den'}, and {'Num','Den','g'} for FIR, IIR, and biquad filters.

Data Types: cell

Frame-based or sample-based processing, specified as a logical true or false. The default is true and frame-based processing is used.

Data Types: logical

Remove zero-gain blocks, specified as a logical true or false. By default zero-gain blocks are removed.

Data Types: logical

Replace unity-gain blocks with direct connection, specified as a logical true or false. The default is true.

Data Types: logical

Replace negative unity-gain blocks with a sign change at the nearest block, specified as a logical true or false. The default is true.

Data Types: logical

Replace cascaded delays with a single delay, specified as a logical true or false. The default is true.

Data Types: logical

Introduced in R2013a

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