Recognize traffic warning signs, such as Stop, Do Not Enter, and Yield, in a color video sequence.
Process surveillance video to select frames that contain motion. Security concerns mandate continuous monitoring of important locations using video cameras. To efficiently record,
Use the From Video Device block provided by Image Acquisition Toolbox™ to acquire live image data from a Hamamatsu C8484 camera into Simulink®. The Prewitt method is applied to find the edges
Create an image processing system which can recognize and interpret a GTIN-13 barcode. The GTIN-13 barcode, formally known as EAN-13, is an international barcode standard. It is a superset
Segment video in time. The algorithm in this example can be used to detect major changes in video streams, such as when a commercial begins and ends. It can be useful when editing video or when
Use the From Video Device block provided by Image Acquisition Toolbox™ to acquire live image data from a Point Grey Flea® 2 camera into Simulink®. The example uses the Computer Vision System
Use sum of absolute differences (SAD) method for detecting motion in a video sequence. This example applies SAD independently to four quadrants of a video sequence. If motion is detected in a
Detect and track cars in a video sequence using optical flow estimation.
Track objects at a train station and to determine which ones remain stationary. Abandoned objects in public areas concern authorities since they might pose a security risk. Algorithms,
Use color information to detect and track road edges set in primarily residential settings where lane markings may not be present. The Color-based Tracking example illustrates how to use
Detect and track road lane markers in a video sequence and notifies the driver if they are moving across a lane. The example illustrates how to use the Hough Transform, Hough Lines and Kalman
Detect and count cars in a video sequence using Gaussian mixture models (GMMs).
Simulate delay-based and lumped-element transmission lines using blocks in the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library. The example is sequenced to examine circuit envelope and passband
This model shows how to simulate a key multi-discipline design problem from the Aerospace Defense industry sector.
This model shows the nonlinear effect of a RF Blockset™ Equivalent Baseband amplifier on a 16-QAM modulated signal.
Use blocks from the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to simulate a transmit/receive duplex filter and calculate frequency response curves from a broadband white-noise input. Blocks
Use two different options for modeling S-parameters with the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library. The Time-domain (rationalfit) technique creates an analytical rational model that
Use the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to test intermodulation distortion of an amplifier using two-carrier envelope analysis.
Set up a radar system simulation consisting of a transmitter, a channel with a target, and a receiver. For the Aerospace Defense industry, this is an important multi-discipline problem. RF
Use the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to calculate the image rejection ratio (IRR) for high-side-injection in Weaver and Hartley receivers. The Weaver receiver shows the effect of
Use Input Port and Output Port blocks of the RF Blockset™ Equivalent Baseband library to convert between dimensionless Simulink signals and equivalent-baseband signals.
This model shows the relationship between two signal representations in RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope: complex baseband (envelope) signal and passband (time domain) signal. The step
Use the Model-Based Design methodology to overcome the challenge of exchanging specifications, design information, and verification models between multiple design teams working on a
Use the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to run a two-tone experiment that measures the second- and third-order intercept points of an amplifier. The model computes the intercept
Write your own nonlinear RF Blockset Circuit Envelope model in Simscape® language, build the custom library and use it in RF Blockset simulation.
This model shows how to use blocks from the RF Blockset™ Equivalent Baseband library to build cascaded RF systems.
This model shows three different ways to use RF Blockset™ Equivalent Baseband library blocks and RF Toolbox™ objects to implement filters.
Use the IIP3 Testbench block to verify the input third order intercept (IIP3) of an Amplifier block.
Use the Noise Figure Testbench block to verify the noise figure of an Amplifier block.
Use the Transducer Gain Testbench block to verify the gain of an Amplifier block.
Use the SPnT block to create a single pole triple throw switch to switch a signal between three outputs.
Use the IIP2 Testbench block to verify the input second order intercept (iip2) of an Amplifier block.
Use the OIP3 Testbench block to verify the output third order intercept (oip3) of an Amplifier block.