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Computes the autocorrelation matrix of the input sequence x. Wire data to the x input to determine the instance to use.
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Computes the autocorrelation of the input sequence x. Wire data to the x input to determine the instance to use.
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Computes the convolution of the input sequences x and y. Wire data to the x and y inputs to determine the instance to use.
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Computes the cross correlation of the input sequences x and y. Wire data to the x and y inputs to determine the instance to use.
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Continuously decimates the input sequence x by the decimating factor and the averaging Boolean control. Wire data to the x input to determine the instance to use.
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Decimates the input sequence x by the decimating factor and the averaging Boolean control. Wire data to the x input to determine the instance to use.
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Finds the location, amplitude, and second derivative of peaks or valleys in the input signal.
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Resamples the input signal X by interpolating X, passing the interpolated signal through an FIR filter, and decimating the filtered signal.
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Resamples input signal x according to delay and dt using an FIR filter implementation. Wire data to the x input to determine the instance to use.
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Resamples input signal x according to time using an FIR filter implementation. Wire data to the x input to determine the instance to use.
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Unwraps the phase array by eliminating discontinuities whose absolute values exceed either pi or 180, depending on the units you specify in phase unit.
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Inserts zeros in input sequence x by upsampling factor. Wire data to the x input to determine the instance to use.