Introduction to MIMO Systems
Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output (MIMO) systems, which use multiple antennas at the transmitter and receiver ends of a wireless communication system. MIMO systems are increasingly being adopted in communication systems for the potential gains in capacity they realize when using multiple antennas. Multiple antennas use the spatial dimension in
Modeling the United States Economy
Economists and policymakers are concerned with understanding the dynamics of economies, especially during periods of significant macroeconomic shocks. Although numerous approaches are possible, we will develop a small macroeconomic model in the style of Smets and Wouters.
Fit Exponential Models Using the fit Function
Fit an exponential model to data using the fit function.
Removing High-Frequency Noise from an ECG Signal
This examples shows you how to filter an ECG signal that has high-freqquency noise, and remove the noise by low-pass filtering.
Modeling a Fault-Tolerant Fuel Control System
Combine Stateflow® with Simulink® to efficiently model hybrid systems. This type of modeling is particularly useful for systems that have numerous possible operational modes based on
Functional Derivatives Tutorial
Use functional derivatives in the Symbolic Math Toolbox™ using the example of the wave equation. The wave equation for a string fixed at its ends is solved using functional derivatives. A
Codegen of Pack and Unpack Example
This example shows how to generate code from packData and unpackData
Pack and Unpack Data Example for MATLAB
Pack and unpack data using the provided packData and unpackData functions
Modeling an Automatic Transmission Controller
Model an automotive drivetrain with Simulink®. Stateflow® enhances the Simulink model with its representation of the transmission control logic. Simulink provides a powerful
Air Traffic Control Radar Design
Model a conceptual air traffic control (ATC) radar simulation based on the radar range equation.
You can display multiple plots in different subregions of the same window using the subplot function.
Create Figure with Multiple Axes Using Subplots
Create a figure containing multiple axes using the subplot function. The syntax, subplot(m,n,p), divides the figure into an m-by-n grid with an axes in the pth grid location. The grids are
Approximating Nonlinear Relationships: Type S Thermocouple
Approximate nonlinear relationships of a type S thermocouple.