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dohagan
 Post subject: Matlab Question
Posted: Thu May 04, 2006 11:52 am 
 
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I want to capture various signals using a digitiser (A/D) sampling card, which is fed from the output of my receiving system. I then want to analyse these signals. For example, I want to correlate different versions of the signal, and perform ambiguity analysis etc. I believe Matlab is the best package for this analysis? My question is: How does one generate the required matrix of input valves (which represents the captured input signal) that Matlab operates on? Effectively I will have the input signal converted to digital, but how then do I take it to Matlab to perform the signal processing?


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karthik
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Posted: Thu May 04, 2006 2:25 pm 
 
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Hi

If you have a serial port interface on your A/D, you could use the computer's serial port to acquire data into matlab.

Karthik



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