How can I handle a square wave input in a MATLAB function block?

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Vicky S
Vicky S on 24 Jun 2015
Commented: Vicky S on 26 Jun 2015
I am currently working on embedding a controller code. The input to the code is in the form of square wave pulses and as per my understanding it is handled as a time-series object. But none of the time-series commands to extract fields is plausible. Request your input on this issue.

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Drew Davis
Drew Davis on 25 Jun 2015
Assuming you are using the pulse generator, the default output of this block is a double, so no additional processing is needed to be performed inside the MATLAB function block to obtain the value of the signal
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Vicky S
Vicky S on 26 Jun 2015
Hi Mr Davis, I am trying to process the rising edge and falling edge to calculate pulses per second and other parameters like pulse duration. It is to calculate a angular speed of a shaft with the help of a teethed rotor shaft and proximity sensor. I am trying to simulate this with a variable square wave generator and need to assess the rpm from this.

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