plotResponse
System object: phased.RangeDopplerResponse
Package: phased
Plot rangeDoppler response
Syntax
plotResponse(H,x)
plotResponse(H,x,xref)
plotResponse(H,x,coeff)
plotResponse(___,Name,Value)
hPlot = plotResponse(___)
Description
plotResponse(
plots the rangeDoppler response of the input signal, H
,x
)x
,
in decibels. This syntax is available when you set the RangeMethod
property
to 'FFT'
and the DechirpInput
property
to false
.
plotResponse(
plots the rangeDoppler response after performing a dechirp operation
on H
,x
,xref
)x
using the reference signal, xref
.
This syntax is available when you set the RangeMethod
property
to 'FFT'
and the DechirpInput
property
to true
.
plotResponse(
plots the rangeDoppler response after performing a matched filter
operation on H
,x
,coeff
)x
using the matched filter coefficients
in coeff
. This syntax is available when you set
the RangeMethod
property to 'Matched filter'
.
plotResponse(___,
plots
the angleDoppler response with additional options specified by one
or more Name,Value
)Name,Value
pair arguments.
returns the handle of the image in the figure window, using any of
the input arguments in the previous syntaxes.hPlot
= plotResponse(___)
Input Arguments

RangeDoppler response object. 

Input data. Specific requirements depend on the syntax:
In the case of an FMCW waveform with a triangle sweep, the sweeps
alternate between positive and negative slopes. However,
You can specify this argument as single or double precision. 

Reference signal, specified as a column vector having the same number of rows as


Matched filter coefficients, specified as a column vector. You can specify this argument as single or double precision. 
NameValue Arguments
Specify optional
commaseparated pairs of Name,Value
arguments. Name
is
the argument name and Value
is the corresponding value.
Name
must appear inside quotes. You can specify several name and value
pair arguments in any order as
Name1,Value1,...,NameN,ValueN
.

Set this value to Default: 

The unit of the plot. Valid values are Default: 
Examples
See Also
Topics
 Automotive Adaptive Cruise Control Using FMCW Technology (Radar Toolbox)