Asked by Saed
on 17 May 2013

Hello,

I have the time-domain received signal v(t) and I want to re-sample it at as v(t/(1+a)), where a is not an integer and it is in the order of ~10^-3. How can I do that in MATLAB, since the resample function requires that both P and Q be integer?

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Answer by Matt Kindig
on 19 May 2013

Edited by Matt Kindig
on 19 May 2013

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You could use interpolation instead. Something like this:

vnew = interp1( t, v, t/(1+a), 'linear');

You could use other interpolation approaches ('spline','cubic', etc.) as well, as appropriate.

Answer by David Barry
on 17 May 2013

I suggest you reciprocate your a variable and round it to the nearest integer. You then just need to make sure you get the arguments the correct way in the resample function.

y = resample(x,p,q) resamples the sequence in vector x at p/q times the original sampling rate

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David Barry
on 17 May 2013

Apologies, I missed your 1+a bit. In that case you need to change both P and Q in the resample function by multiplying up until you get the accuracy you need.

Example: Suppose I want to re-sample by 1/(1+a) where a was 1e-3.

1+1e-3 = 1.0010 so I might want to scale up by factor of 1000 and use values of 1000 and 1001 for P and Q.

David Barry
on 20 May 2013

I mean having P and Q values of 1 and 1.0010 is the same as having P and Q values of 1000 and 1001.

Answer by Malcolm Lidierth
on 19 May 2013

Is this any help?

% SincResample returns the data convolved with a set of time-shifted windowed sinc functions, one for each of the samples [1..size(x,1)] in the input signal.

http://www.mathworks.co.uk/matlabcentral/fileexchange/12268-sinc-resample

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