The signal generator block
Stepped Sine can generate logarithmic or linear types of stepped sine based on a start and stop frequency.
This is a great stimuli to use with SAFEs loudspeaker response tool.
The output is a single dimension
Mx1 stepped sine.
|Sample rate||48000 Hz|
|Number of steps||100|
|Start Frequency||20 Hz|
|Stop Frequency||20000 Hz|
Name specifies the name of the block.
Sample rate is the sample rate of the stepped sine.
Start specifies when the stepped sine should start. If start is above 0 s the start is zeropadded accordingly.
The start can be defined in either
Length specifies the length of the stepped sine from start in either
Amplitude is the amplitude (Peak) of the stepped sine. As the signal is generated on the computer the unit is
Number of steps is the number of steps the stepped sine should have from start frequency to stop frequency.
Type is the stepped sine type. It can either be
Start frequency is the frequency where the stepped sine starts.
Stop frequency is the frequency where the stepped sine stops.
Outputs specifies the number of output(s) the block will have. Each output will output the same stepped sine.