The signal processing block
deconvolution calculates an impulse response based on a signal and a reference signal.
The input is
MxN where is must be
N>=2 containing minimum one signal and one reference.
The output is
L=N-1 and is all signals deconvolved with the reference signal. This is primarily
used to generate impulse responses.
Name specifies the name of the block.
Reference channel is the channel
n which is used to deconvolve all other channels.
Channels specifies the number of input(s)/output(s) the block will have.
This example shows a full 48000 point FFT of a 1000 Hz sinusoid at 1 FS. Because the FFT is 1 FS the two peaks of the FFT is each -6 dB.