# Tag - MATLAB

## Read Modify Write Problem with Mid-Range PIC Microcontrollers

RMW Problem with PIC 16F Family Microchip's mid-range PIC Microcontrollers use a sequence of operations : Read, Modify and Write to change output state of a pin. In certain circumstances RMW operations might cause unexpected behavior of outputs. You might have already experienced this issue and struggled with it as you can't find exact reason with microcontrollers unexpected behavior. Mid-Range PIC Microcontroller uses two registers, TRIS and PORT to control the direction and status of an IO pin respectively. When you...

Amplitude modulation (AM) is a one of the conventional technique used to transmit message signals using a carrier wave. The amplitude or strength of the high frequency carrier wave is modified in accordance with amplitude of the message signal. If you are a newbie to Simulink, please read our article Introduction to Simulink. First of all lets get into the basics.. Carrier signal (Sc) = Acsin(2πfct) Message signal (Sm) = Amsin(2πfmt)   # fm must be smaller than fc When carrier amplitude is altered with respect...

## AM Generation using Matlab

Amplitude modulation (AM) is a one of the conventional modulation technique to transmit signals using a carrier wave. The amplitude or the strength of a high frequency carrier wave is changed in accordance with the amplitude of message signal. Generation of AM in MATLAB is a piece of cake. If you are new to MATLAB, please go through our tutorials. First of all lets get into the basics.. Carrier signal (Sc) = Acsin(2πfct) Message signal (Sm) = Amsin(2πfmt) Where, Ac - Amplitude of the carrier signal Am -...

## Introduction to Simulink in MATLAB

Simulink (Simulation and link) is developed by MathWorks as an add-on with MATLAB. It is a graphical programming language which offers modelling, simulation and analyzing of multi domain dynamic systems under Graphical User Interface (GUI) environment. The Simulink have tight integration with the MATLAB environment and have a comprehensive block libraries and toolboxes for linear and nonlinear analyses. The system models can be so easily constructed via just click and drag operations. The Simulink comes handy while dealing with control...

## Signal Operations in MATLAB

Here I'm going to discuss about basic signal operations that can be done in MATLAB. Visit our tutorial guide on MATLAB to get familar with the basic concepts. This tutorial includes : Addition Subtraction Multiplication Shifting a Signal Reversing a Signal Linear Convolution of 2 signals  Addition Addition can be carried out  using the ' + ' symbol and plotting will give you the result. Eg : x=[1 2 3 4]; subplot(3,1,1); stem(x); title('X'); y=[1 1 1 1]; subplot(3,1,2); stem(y); title('Y'); z=x+y; subplot(3,1,3); stem(z); title('Z=X+Y'); OUTPUT : Plot of Signal Addition With Same time Index NOTE: In the above example index value  of both the signals...

## Signal Generation in MATLAB

Here I’m going to show you how signals can be generated in MATLAB. If you are a newbie in this field, have a look at our MATLAB tutorials to get familiar with it. Plotting of Discrete and Continuous signal The 2 main functions for plotting are plot() function - For plotting Continuous signal stem() function - For plotting Discrete signal stem() - 2-D plot function for plotting discrete sequence of data SYNTAX : stem(y) - Plots the data sequence y specified equally spaced along x axis stem(x,y) - Plots...

## Introduction to 2D Plotting in MATLAB

MATLAB not only helps us for calculation but also helps us in data analysis and visualization by plotting graphs and waveforms. It provides us with a 'big picture' of our data. Here I'm going to discuss about the 2D plotting in MATLAB. If you haven't yet started with MATLAB please goto our Matlab Tutorials. Plotting Using fplot() fplot() : It is used to plot between the specified limits. The function must be of the form y=f(x), where x is a vector whose specifies the limits, and y...

## Introduction to MATLAB – Beginners Tutorial

MATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) is a forth generation high level programming language and interactive environment for numerical computation developed by MathWorks. It allows data analysis and visualisation, matrix manipulations, function plotting, developing algorithms, creating models and applications, interfacing programs written in other languages such as C, C++, Java and FORTRAN. Applications of MATLAB includes Communication Systems, Embedded Systems, Computational Biology, Digital Signal Processing, Computational Finance, Control Systems, Mechatronics, FPGA Design and Co-design, Test and Measurement, Image and Video Processing and Technical Computing. MATLAB as Calculator In the...