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Unit Delay With Preview Resettable External RV

Output signal and signal delayed by one sample period, with external RV reset

Library

Additional Math & Discrete / Additional Discrete

Description

The Unit Delay With Preview Resettable External RV block supports calculations that have feedback and depend on the current input. The block can reset its state based on a reset signal R.

The block has three input ports: one for the input signal u, one for the external reset signal R, and one for the external reset value RV.

When the reset signal R is false, the first port outputs the signal and the second port outputs the signal delayed by one sample period.

When the reset signal R is true, the first output signal is forced to equal the reset value RV. The second output signal is not affected until one time step later, at which time it is equal to the reset value RV at the previous time step. The internal Initial condition has a direct effect on the second output only when the model starts or when a parent enabled subsystem is reset.

This reset action is vectorized and supports scalar expansion.

Having two outputs is useful for implementing recursive calculations where the result includes the most recent inputs. The second output can feed back into calculations of the block's inputs without causing an algebraic loop. Meanwhile, the first output shows the most up-to-date calculations.

You specify the time between samples with the Sample time parameter. A setting of -1 means that the block inherits the Sample time.

Data Type Support

The Unit Delay With Preview Resettable External RV block accepts signals of the following data types:

  • Floating point

  • Built-in integer

  • Fixed point

  • Boolean

  • Enumerated

The outputs have the same data type as the input u. For enumerated signals, the Initial condition must be of the same enumerated type as the input u.

For more information, see Data Types Supported by Simulink in the Simulink® documentation.

Parameters and Dialog Box

Initial condition

Specify the initial output of the simulation.

Sample time

Specify the time interval between samples. To inherit the sample time, set this parameter to -1. See Specify Sample Time in the online documentation for more information.

Characteristics

Direct Feedthrough

Yes, to first output port

No, to second output port

Sample Time

Specified in the Sample time parameter

Scalar Expansion

Yes

Zero-Crossing Detection

No

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