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resources:eval:user-guides:mykonos:software:filters [17 May 2018 10:48]
sripad Jadhav [Use MATLAB App]
resources:eval:user-guides:mykonos:software:filters [14 Jan 2021 05:24] (current)
Robin Getz use mw> interwiki links
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   * **Executable**:​ the executable includes the exe which allows the wizard to run as a separate application without requiring the MATLAB program to be running. The program provides a GUI that allows users to define the input parameters, generate filters, view the output results, and save all output parameters for their own use or use in the ADI EVB GUI software. To run this as a stand alone application,​ the MATLAB runtime engine needs to be installed (see link below). The runtime engine can take more than a minute to start up the first time it is run, so please be patient while it initializes. ​   * **Executable**:​ the executable includes the exe which allows the wizard to run as a separate application without requiring the MATLAB program to be running. The program provides a GUI that allows users to define the input parameters, generate filters, view the output results, and save all output parameters for their own use or use in the ADI EVB GUI software. To run this as a stand alone application,​ the MATLAB runtime engine needs to be installed (see link below). The runtime engine can take more than a minute to start up the first time it is run, so please be patient while it initializes. ​
 The MATLAB runtime engine can be downloaded from the following link: The MATLAB runtime engine can be downloaded from the following link:
-[[https://​www.mathworks.com/​products/​compiler/​mcr.html]]+[[mw>products/​compiler/​mcr.html]]
    
   * **MATLAB App**: the app runs as an application within MATLAB. Use of the app requires MATLAB to be running with valid licenses for the Control System Toolbox as well as MATLAB itself. The GUI and flexibility are identical to the executable, but running as an app in MATLAB allows the user to write additional code to post-process the data files created by the wizard.  ​   * **MATLAB App**: the app runs as an application within MATLAB. Use of the app requires MATLAB to be running with valid licenses for the Control System Toolbox as well as MATLAB itself. The GUI and flexibility are identical to the executable, but running as an app in MATLAB allows the user to write additional code to post-process the data files created by the wizard.  ​
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   * Tx Rules   * Tx Rules
     * 30 MSPS < = Tx Input Sample Rate < = 320 MSPS     * 30 MSPS < = Tx Input Sample Rate < = 320 MSPS
-    * MHz < = Tx Primary Signal BW < = 100 MHz+    * 10 MHz < = Tx Primary Signal BW < = 100 MHz
     * 20 MHz < = Tx RF (Synthesis) BW < = 240 MHz     * 20 MHz < = Tx RF (Synthesis) BW < = 240 MHz
     * Tx Primary Signal BW < = Tx RF (Synthesis) BW     * Tx Primary Signal BW < = Tx RF (Synthesis) BW
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   * Rx Rules   * Rx Rules
     * 20 MSPS < = Rx Output Sample Rate < = 200 MSPS     * 20 MSPS < = Rx Output Sample Rate < = 200 MSPS
-    * MHz < = Rx Signal BW < = 100 MHz+    * MHz < = Rx Signal BW < = 100 MHz
     * Rx Signal BW > = 0.4 * Rx Output Sample Rate     * Rx Signal BW > = 0.4 * Rx Output Sample Rate
     * Rx Signal BW < = 0.82 * Rx Output Sample Rate     * Rx Signal BW < = 0.82 * Rx Output Sample Rate
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     * Rx FIR decimation options: 1, 2, 4     * Rx FIR decimation options: 1, 2, 4
   * ORx Rules   * ORx Rules
-    * MHz < = ORx Signal BW < = 240 MHz+    * MHz < = ORx Signal BW < = 240 MHz
     * 20 MSPS < = ORx Output Sample Rate < = 320 MSPS     * 20 MSPS < = ORx Output Sample Rate < = 320 MSPS
     * ORx Signal BW > = 0.4 * ORx Output Sample Rate     * ORx Signal BW > = 0.4 * ORx Output Sample Rate
resources/eval/user-guides/mykonos/software/filters.1526546910.txt.gz · Last modified: 17 May 2018 10:48 by sripad Jadhav