The goal of this library is to provide example code and the necessary infrastructure code to call MOTIF from MathWorks tools. With this library, you can simulate larger systems including behavioral models developed by Analog Devices.
In order to use the MATLAB/Simulink MOTIF, your MATLAB license needs to include the following components:
The MOTIF infrastructure code and examples can be found here on GitHub:
Each folder in this repository corresponds to a supported component.
In order to run any of the models, it is first necessary to install MOTIF within MATLAB. To install MOTIF, under the root \MOTIF directory, run the file
This sets up the proper paths.
If it is the first time running Simulink, then it will need to be configured to use a compiler. To do this, type the command
This brings up the following window where a compiler can be selected:
AD9625 is a 12-Bit, 2.5 GSPS/2.0 GSPS, 1.3 V/2.5 V Analog-to-Digital Converter. Its data sheet can be found here.
To use the AD9625 model, go to \AD9625\MOTIF directory, and double click on
to open the main function.
There are several performance characteristics of AD9625 we can get from this model by setting up the simulation parameters. For example, we can change the setting of input tone frequency and get an FFT plot. The figure below shows the FFT with Fin = 730.3 MHz.
Given a fixed input tone frequency Fin = 241 MHz, we can sweep the analog input amplitude from -90 dB to 0 dB, and get SFDR.
Generated from file: PlotSFDR.m.