# how to do rising and falling edge in single signal using signal builder..?

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VINAY on 29 Jul 2024
Commented: VINAY on 1 Aug 2024
VINAY on 31 Jul 2024
VINAY on 31 Jul 2024
i need to do like this, image i sent above

Aquatris on 31 Jul 2024
Moved: Sam Chak on 31 Jul 2024
Click on Signal->ReplaceWith or New->Square and play with the points.
Alternatively, click on Signal->Custom-> enter your time and signal values
VINAY on 1 Aug 2024
ThankYou @Aquatris and @Sam Chak .

Shubham on 30 Jul 2024
Hi Vinay,
To create a signal with rising and falling edges using the Signal Editor in MATLAB, you can follow these steps:
1. Define the Time and Data Vectors
First, define the time and data vectors in MATLAB:
% Define time vector
time = [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5];
% Define data points for rising and falling edges
data = [0, 1, 1, 0, 0, 1];
2. Create a timeseries Object
Create a timeseries object using the defined vectors:
% Create a timeseries object
ts = timeseries(data, time);
3. Save the timeseries Object to a MAT File
Save the timeseries object to a MAT file, which can be imported into the Signal Editor:
% Save the timeseries object to a MAT file
save('my_signal.mat', 'ts');
4. Open the Signal Editor
Open the Signal Editor:
signalEditor
5. Import the timeseries Object in Signal Editor
In the Signal Editor, follow these steps to import the timeseries object:
1. Open the Signal Editor:
• Run the signalEditor command in MATLAB to open the Signal Editor.
2. Import the MAT File:
• In the Signal Editor, go to File > Import.
• Select MAT-file as the import source.
• Browse to the location where you saved my_signal.mat and select it.
• Follow the prompts to import the timeseries object.
3. Visualize and Edit the Signal:
• Once imported, you should see the signal in the Signal Editor.
• You can now visualize and edit the signal as needed.
Here is the screenshot obtained by running the above mentioned code:
VINAY on 1 Aug 2024
Thnakyou shubam

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