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Slew Rate of Triangular Waveform

This example shows how to use the slew rate as an estimate of the rising and falling slopes of a triangular waveform. Create three triangular waveforms. One waveform has rising-falling slopes of , one waveform has rising-falling slopes of , and one waveform has a rising slope of and a falling slope of . Use slewrate to find the slopes of the waveforms.

Use tripuls to create a triangular waveform with rising-falling slopes of . Set the sampling interval to 0.01 seconds, which corresponds to a sample rate of 100 hertz.

dt = 0.01;
t = -2:dt:2;

x = tripuls(t);

Compute and plot the slew rate for the triangular waveform. Input the sample rate (100 Hz) to obtain the correct positive and negative slope values.

ans = 

    2.0000   -2.0000

Change the width of the triangular waveform so it has slopes of . Compute and plot the slew rate.

x = tripuls(t,4);
ans = 

    0.5000   -0.5000

Create a triangular waveform with a rising slope of and a falling slope of . Compute the slew rate.

x = tripuls(t,5/2,-3/5);
s = slewrate(x,1/dt)
s = 

    2.0000   -0.5000

The first element of s is the rising slope and the second element is the falling slope. Plot the result.


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