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cost

Implementation cost of the sample rate converter

Description

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c = cost(src) returns a structure, c, whose fields contain information about the computational cost of implementing a multistage sample rate converter, src.

Examples

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Create src, a multistage sample rate converter with default values. src combines three filter stages to convert from 192 kHz to 44.1 kHz. Determine its computational cost: the number of coefficients, the number of states, the number of multiplications per unit sample, and the number of additions per unit sample.

src = dsp.SampleRateConverter;
cst = cost(src)
cst = struct with fields:
                  NumCoefficients: 8631
                        NumStates: 138
    MultiplicationsPerInputSample: 27.6672
          AdditionsPerInputSample: 26.6875

Repeat the computation allowing a tolerance of 10% in the output sample rate.

src.OutputRateTolerance = 0.1;
ctl = cost(src)
ctl = struct with fields:
                  NumCoefficients: 44
                        NumStates: 80
    MultiplicationsPerInputSample: 14.2500
          AdditionsPerInputSample: 13.5000

Input Arguments

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Multistage sample rate converter, specified as a dsp.SampleRateConverter System object.

Output Arguments

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Output structure with information about the computational cost of src:

Estimated Value

Description

NumCoefficients

Number of filter coefficients (excluding coefficients with values 0, 1 or −1)

NumStates

Number of filter states

MultiplicationsPerInputSample

Number of multiplication operations performed for each input sample

AdditionsPerInputSample

Number of addition operations performed for each input sample

Introduced in R2014b