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## What is Pulstran function in Matlab?

The pulstran function generates pulse trains from either continuous or sampled prototype pulses. This example generates a pulse train consisting of the sum of multiple delayed interpolations of a Gaussian pulse.

**How do you use pulse input in Matlab?**

Pulse function with matlab

- t = 0 : 1/1000 : 1;
- u=0*t;
- h=exp(-t/2);
- y = rectpuls(t);
- b=conv(h,y);
- plot(b)
- ohh i am lost.

**How do you define a pulse in Matlab?**

The rectangular pulse function is also called the rectangle function, boxcar function, Pi function, or gate function….Rectangular Pulse Function

- If a < x < b , then the rectangular pulse function equals 1.
- If x = a or x = b and a <> b , then the rectangular pulse function equals 1/2.
- Otherwise, it equals 0.

### How do you make a square pulse in Matlab?

Description. x = square( t ) generates a square wave with period 2π for the elements of the time array t . square is similar to the sine function but creates a square wave with values of –1 and 1. x = square( t , duty ) generates a square wave with specified duty cycle duty .

**What is duty cycle in Matlab?**

Duty cycle is the ratio between the duration of the pulse and the pulse period. For example, if a pulse duration is 1 microsecond and the pulse period is 4 microseconds, the duty cycle is 0.25. In a square wave, the time the signal is high is equal to the time the signal is low.

**What is step function Matlab?**

step( sys , tFinal ) simulates the step response from t = 0 to the final time t = tFinal . The function uses system dynamics to determine the intervening time steps. example. step( sys , t ) plots the step response at the times that you specify in the vector t . example.

#### What is a pulse function?

The pulse button is used when you need short bursts of power at the optimum speed. This is controlled by the user which means you control how long the machine is run for. It is a useful way of avoiding over-processing.

**How do you impulse response in Matlab?**

A simple way to display the impulse response is with the Filter Visualization Tool, fvtool . Click the Impulse Response button, [ ↑ ] , on the toolbar, select Analysis > Impulse Response from the menu, or type the following code to obtain the exponential decay of the single-pole system.

**How do you get triangular pulse in Matlab?**

If a < x < b , then the triangular pulse function equals (x – a)/(b – a) . If b < x < c , then the triangular pulse function equals (c – x)/(c – b) . If x <= a or x >= c , then the triangular pulse function equals 0.

## How do you create a duty cycle?

Duty Cycle = Pulse Width (sec) * Repetition Frequency (Hz) * 100.

**How to generate custom pulses using pulstran?**

Use the pulstran function to generate a train of custom pulses. The train is sampled at 2 kHz for 1.2 seconds. The pulses occur every third of a second and have exponentially decreasing amplitudes. Initially specify the generated pulse as a prototype.

**What does the formula Y = pulstran (__) mean?**

y = pulstran (t,d,p) generates a pulse train that is the sum of multiple delayed interpolations of the prototype pulse in vector p. y = pulstran ( ___,intfunc) specifies alternative interpolation methods.

### What is the sample rate of Y = pulstran?

y = pulstran (t,d,func,fs) uses a sample rate of fs. y = pulstran (t,d,p) generates a pulse train that is the sum of multiple delayed interpolations of the prototype pulse in vector p.

**How to generate a pulse train using a function?**

Continuous function used to generate a pulse train based on its samples, specified as ‘rectpuls’, ‘gauspuls’ , ‘tripuls’, or a function handle. If you use func as a function handle, you can pass the function parameters as follows: This creates a pulse train using a 10 kHz Gaussian pulse with 50% bandwidth.