Connection port for RF subsystem
RF Blockset / Equivalent Baseband / Input
RF Blockset / Circuit Envelope / Utilities
The Connection Port block, placed inside a subsystem composed of RF Blockset™ Equivalent Baseband blocks, creates an open round physical modeling connector port on the boundary of the subsystem. When it is connected to a connection line, the port becomes solid .
You connect individual blocks and subsystems made of RF Blockset Equivalent Baseband blocks to one another with connection lines instead of normal Simulink® signal lines. These blocks and subsystems are anchored at the open, round physical modeling connector ports . Subsystems constructed out of RF Blockset Equivalent Baseband blocks automatically have such open round physical modeling connector ports. You can add additional connector ports by adding Connection Port blocks to your subsystem.
Port number — Connector port number
1 (default) | scalar
This field labels the subsystem connector port created by this block. Multiple connector ports on the boundary of a single subsystem require different numbers as labels.
Port location on parent subsystem — Port location on the parent subsystem. Choices are:
left (default) |
Use this parameter to choose on which side of the parent subsystem boundary the Port is placed.
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Version HistoryIntroduced in R2007a
R2021b: Connection Port block icon updated
Behavior changed in R2021b
Starting in R2021b, the Connection Port block icon has updated. When you open a model created before R2021b containing a Connection Port block, the software replaces the block icon with the R2021b version.