Signal Basics - MATLAB & Simulink

Signaltap blue signal


Using the Property Inspector (on the Modeling tab, under Design , click Property Inspector )

USignalTap Piercing Probes (set of 5) - Auto Test Tools

Each piercer is just over 5-6/7 inches long and is designed to make test connections to wires of varying sizes (.555 diam).

Vhdl - Quartus/SignalTap: Is there an equivalent to Xilinx

Simulink block diagrams represent signals with lines that have an arrowhead. The source of the signal corresponds to the block that writes to the signal during evaluation of its block methods (equations). The destinations of the signal are blocks that read the signal during the evaluation of the block methods (equations). The destination of signals in a model do not necessarily represent the order of simulation of blocks in a model. The simulation order is determined by Simulink automatically.

The uSignalTap is a wire insulation piercing probe designed for minimum impact access to the wire conductor for electronic testing.  The uSignalTap features a 9 mm banana socket ready to connect to your 9mm banana plug test leads with open banana plug or safety sheath! Needle operation is via an independent thumb screw that does not spin your connected test lead!

A signal is a time-varying quantity that has values at all points in time. You can specify a wide range of signal attributes, including:

You may want to specify signal properties in your model to give a name or a label to your signals, prepare data for logging, or to customize your signals in a model. Use the Property Inspector, the Model Data Editor, or the Signal Properties dialog box to specify properties for:

The signal name can resolve to a object. (See .) The signal name must then be a legal MATLAB x55AE identifier. This identifier starts with an alphabetic character, followed by alphanumeric or underscore characters up to the length given by the function namelengthmax .

You can use block parameters and signal properties to specify signal design attributes such as data type, minimum and maximum values, physical unit, and numeric complexity. To configure states, you can use block parameters. When you use these block parameters and signal properties, you store the specifications in the model file.

Alternatively, you can specify these attributes by using the properties of a object that you store in a workspace or data dictionary. See and Data Objects.

The Signal Editor block displays interchangeable groups of scenarios. Use the Signal Editor to display, create, edit, and switch interchangeable scenarios.

On Macintosh platforms, select the signal line (not the label) and use control+return.


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