Complex valued signal simulation

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Hadeel Obaid
Hadeel Obaid on 18 Jan 2022
Answered: Prachi Kulkarni on 16 Feb 2022
Hi evereyone,
I have created codes to plot the cross correlation between two shifted signal as below.....But I want to create a complex-valued Matlab simulation and see the result....the codes below are only real-valued samples.
Could anyone advice how can I do it?
Thanks in advance.
  • clear; clc; close all;
  • fs = 5e3;
  • fc = 100;
  • time_vector = 0:1/fs:1;
  • sig1 = sin(2*pi*fc*time_vector);
  • sig2 = zeros(1,length(sig1));
  • sig_tx = [sig1 sig2];
  • figure(1)
  • plot(sig_tx);
  • sample_delay = 6e3; %change this value to observe correlator output for different amount of sample shifts
  • sig_rx = circshift(sig_tx,sample_delay);
  • figure(2)
  • plot(sig_rx);
  • r = xcorr(sig_tx,sig_rx);
  • figure(3)
  • plot(r);
  • [~,I] = max(r);
  • disp(I)

Answers (1)

Prachi Kulkarni
Prachi Kulkarni on 16 Feb 2022
Hi,
The function xcorr supports complex numbers as well. You can use it as it is for complex signals too.

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