The Binary File Writer and Binary File Reader blocks do not support writing and reading fixed-point data. As a workaround, you can write the stored integer portion of the
fi data, read the data, and use this value to reconstruct the
fi object to represent 100 signed random numbers with a word length of 14 and a fraction length of 12.
data = randn(100,1); fiDataWriter = fi(data,1,14,12); storeIntData = storedInteger(fiDataWriter);
Write the stored integer portion of the
fi object to the data file
myFile.dat. The built-in data type is
int16, which can be computed using
writeModel = 'writeFixedData'; open_system(writeModel) sim(writeModel)
Specify the reader to read the stored integer data as
int16 data with 100 samples per data frame.
readModel = 'readFixedData'; open_system(readModel) sim(readModel)
The real-world value of the fixed-point number can be represented using
2^[-fractionLength*storedInteger]. If you know the signedness, word length, and fraction length of the fixed-point data, you can reconstruct the
fi data using
fi(realValue,signedness,wordLength,fractionLength). In this example, the data is signed with a word length of 14 and a fraction length of 12.
fractionLength = 12; wordLength = 14; realValue = 2^(-fractionLength)*double(dataRead); fiDataReader = fi(realValue,1,wordLength,fractionLength);
Verify that the writer data is same as the reader data.
ans = logical 1