## What is a pulse function?

The pulse button is used when you need short bursts of power at the optimum speed. This is controlled by the user which means you control how long the machine is run for. It is a useful way of avoiding over-processing.

### How do you do impulse function in MATLAB?

Impulse, Step, and Ramp Functions

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- t = (-1:0.01:1)’; impulse = t==0; unitstep = t>=0; ramp = t. *unitstep; quad = t. ^2. *unitstep;
- plot(t,[impulse unitstep ramp quad])
- sqwave = 0.81*square(4*pi*t); plot(t,sqwave)

**How do you make a pulse in MATLAB?**

y = pulstran( t , d , func ) generates a pulse train based on samples of a continuous function, func . y = pulstran( t , d , func , fs ) uses a sample rate of fs . y = pulstran( t , d , p ) generates a pulse train that is the sum of multiple delayed interpolations of the prototype pulse in vector p .

**How do you use pulse input in MATLAB?**

Generate a pulse function with a pulse width 1 second as an input function, x(t), and use the same exponential decay function as impulse response function, h(t). Using MATLAB to calculate the output of the system y(t).

## What is a pulse in digital logic?

In digital systems, pulses comprise brief bursts of DC (direct current) voltage, with each burst having an abrupt beginning (or rise) and an abrupt ending (or decay). In digital circuits, pulses can make the voltage either more positive or more negative.

### What is pulse and its types?

Types of Pulse rate Peripheral pulses that can be felt at the periphery of the body by palpating an artery over a bony prominence. Examples are carotid, radial and popliteal pulses. Apical pulses which is a central pulse located on the apex of the heart that is monitored using a stethoscope.

**What is impulse input in MATLAB?**

The impulse response of multi-input systems is the collection of impulse responses for each input channel. The duration of simulation is determined automatically to display the transient behavior of the response. impulse(sys,Tfinal) simulates the impulse response from t = 0 to the final time t = Tfinal .

**How do you find impulse response?**

Given the system equation, you can find the impulse response just by feeding x[n] = δ[n] into the system. If the system is linear and time-invariant (terms we’ll define later), then you can use the impulse response to find the output for any input, using a method called convolution that we’ll learn in two weeks.

## How do you create a Gaussian pulse in Matlab?

yi = gauspuls( t , fc , bw , bwr ) returns a unit-amplitude inphase Gaussian RF pulse with a fractional bandwidth of bw as measured at a level of bwr dB with respect to the normalized signal peak. [ yi , yq ] = gauspuls(___) also returns the quadrature pulse.

### How do you create a rectangular pulse in Matlab?

The rectangular pulse function is also called the rectangle function, boxcar function, Pi function, or gate function….Rectangular Pulse Function

- If a < x < b , then the rectangular pulse function equals 1.
- If x = a or x = b and a <> b , then the rectangular pulse function equals 1/2.
- Otherwise, it equals 0.

**How does Matlab calculate pulse width?**

w = pulsewidth( x ) returns the time differences between the midreference level instants of the initial and final transitions of each positive-polarity pulse in the input bilevel waveform. w = pulsewidth( x , fs ) specifies the sample rate fs in hertz. The first sample in the waveform corresponds to t = 0.

**What is a pulse input?**

Pulse input means an abrupt input to a control followed by an immediate return to the initial position.