Convert a signal from 48 kHz to 32 kHz using the FIR Rate Conversion HDL Optimized block.
The source is a cosine input signal, sampled at 48kHz. The model passes a new data sample into the block on every time step by holding the input
true. After resampling, the output
valid signal is
true on only 2/3 of the time steps.
Define the data rate parameters in the
Configure the FIR Rate Conversion HDL Optimized block. Use the default interpolation factor of 2 and decimation factor of 3. Use the
firmpm function to design an equiripple FIR filter. In the Data Types group, set the Coefficients data type to
fixdt(1,16,15) to accommodate the filter you designed.
Run the model. Use the Logic Analyzer to view the input and output signals of the block. The blue icon in the model indicates streamed signals. Launch the Logic Analyzer from the model's toolstrip.
In the Logic Analyzer, note the pattern of
validIn and the resulting
To generate HDL code from the FIR Rate Converter HDL Optimized block, right-click the block and select Create Subsystem from Selection. Then right-click the subsystem and select HDL Code > Generate HDL Code for Subsystem.