When transmitting or receiving real-world RF signals, use I/O properties and techniques to perform single and multichannel I/O, detect lost samples, apply burst mode buffering, and repeatedly transmit a waveform.
|Create receiver System object for Xilinx Zynq-based radio hardware|
|Create transmitter System object for Xilinx Zynq-based radio hardware|
|Capture contiguous RF data using Xilinx Zynq-based radio hardware (Since R2019b)|
|Design custom filter for Analog Devices AD9361/AD9364 RF chip|
|Synchronize receiver or transmitter radio settings with radio hardware|
|Download waveform signal to radio and repeatedly transmit it over the air|
- Channel I/O
Overview of available radio channels to send and receive data.
- Repeated Waveform Transmitter
Use a transmitter System object™ for repeated signal transmission.
- Capture Over-the-Air Signals
Record RF signals for post-capture processing in MATLAB®.
- SDR Receiver Sample Times
Set sample times in receiver blocks or receiver System objects.
- Data Frame Lengths
Set data frame length in receiver blocks or receiver System objects.
- Detect Underruns and Overruns
Detect underruns and overruns using the lost sample indicator.
- Burst Mode
To achieve real time performance, enable burst mode.
- Apply Conditional Execution
To determine whether you receive valid data from the radio hardware, apply conditional execution.
Resolve issues encountered during installation or while using the I/O mode features of the support package.