Generate multiple binary clock signals
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The Multiphase Clock block generates a 1-by-N vector of clock signals, where you specify the integer N in the Number of phases parameter. Each of the N phases has the same frequency, f, specified in hertz by the Clock frequency parameter.
The clock signal indexed by the Starting phase parameter is the first to become active, at t=0. The other signals in the output vector become active in turn, each one lagging the preceding signal's activation by 1/(Nf) seconds, the phase interval. The period of the output is therefore 1/(Nf) seconds.
The active level can be either high (
1) or low
0), as specified by the Active level
(polarity) parameter. You specify the duration of the active level,
D, as an integer between 1 and N-1 using the
Number of phase intervals over which the clock is active
parameter. This value specifies the number of phase intervals that each signal remains
in the active state after becoming active. The active duty cycle of the signal is
Clock frequency (Hz)— Frequency of all clock signals
1(default) | positive scalar
The frequency of all output clock signals, specified as a positive scalar.
Number of phases, N— Number of phases in output vector
4(default) | positive integer
The number of different phases, N, in the output vector, specified as a positive integer scalar.
Starting phase (1 to N)— Vector index for starting phase
1(default) | integer from 1 to N
The vector index of the output signal to first become active, specified as
a scalar integer from
1 to N.
Number of phase intervals over which clock is active (1 to N-1)— Duration of active level for each output
3(default) | integer from 1 to N-1
The duration of the active level, D, for every output signal specified as a scalar integer from 1 to N-1. The value you specify determines the number of phase intervals that each signal remains in the active state after becoming active. The active duty cycle of the signal is D/N.
Active level (polarity)— Active level
High (1)(default) |
The active level of the output, specified as
Output data type— Output data type
The output data type, specified as