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 25th July 2005, 18:00 #1
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resolution 10bit, how to generate this binary or decimal digital sine wave using matlab command? I know litter about matlab, thanks.
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First you should create a time vector(e.g. t = 0 : ( 1 / fs) : 1000 / fs; % fs = sampling frequency).
Second you should create your sine vector(e.g. A = sin(2 * pi * f .* t); % f is sine frequency)
Third you should quantize the sine wave, so multiply A by 2 ^ 9 and round the result(i.e. AQ = round( A * 2 ^ 9); )
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thanks for your help!
But I have a question: A is [1,1], so A*2^9 is [2^9, 2^9], in other words, is [0, 2^10]. Actually, the 10bit digitizer can only be [0, 2^101]. How to do with overflow value? If I just discard them or replace them by 2^101, can it introduce distortion?
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Usually we multiply A with (2 ^ 10  1).
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A*(2^101) seems be differential output, but there is zero in it. In ideal differential output of 10bit digitizer, there should be no zero. How to get ideal singleend or differential output? Please give details.
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