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
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 the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to simulate the sensitivity performance of a direct conversion architecture with the following RF impairments:
Use two different options for modeling S-parameters with the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library. Time-domain (rationalfit) technique creates an analytical rational model that
Model a digital video broadcasting system which includes phased array antennas. The baseband transmitter, receiver and channel are realized with Communication System Toolbox™. The RF
Use the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to simulate the performance of a Low IF architecture with the following RF impairments:
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 test intermodulation distortion of an amplifier using two-carrier envelope analysis.
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
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 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.
Build a superheterodyne receiver and analyze the receiver's RF budget for gain, noise figure, and IP3 using the RF Budget Analyzer app. The receiver is a part of a transmitter-receiver
Use circuit envelope to calculate the steady-state frequency response curve for an LC bandpass filter built using blocks from the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library. The first model
Use power ports and measure the signal power using the spectrum analyzer.
Use the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to measure the effect of thermal noise on the bit error rate (BER) of a communications system and to verify the result by comparing to a
Use the RF Blockset™ Circuit Envelope library to simulate noise and calculate noise power. Results are compared against theoretical calculations and a Communications System Toolbox™
A classic superheterodyne architecture filters images prior to frequency conversion. In contrast, image-reject receivers remove the images at the output without filtering but are
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 Input Port and Output Port blocks of the RF Blockset™ Equivalent Baseband library to convert between dimensionless Simulink signals and equivalent-baseband signals.
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
This model shows how to use blocks from the RF Blockset™ Equivalent Baseband library to build cascaded RF systems.
Use the docid:simrf_ref.bveln7s-1 block to shift the phase of a sine wave to 180 degrees.Use Repeating Sequence Stair block as a Simulink control signal to control the phase of the signal. To
Use the docid:simrf_ref.bvejz7p-1 block to attenuate a 20 dB constant signal. Use the Repeating Sequence Stair block as a Simulink control signal to vary the attenuation of the signal. In
Use the Noise block to calculate the classic thermal noise floor, kT, for a matched resistor circuit. Model configuration is as follows:
Use the IQ Demodulator block to demodulate a two-tone RF signal to DC level. Observe the impairments in the demodulated output signal such as images due to gain imbalance, intermodulation
Use the IQ Modulator block to Modulate a two-tone DC signal to RF level. Observe the impairments in the modulated output signal such as images due to gain imbalance, intermodulation