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Generate Five-Phase Output from the Multiphase Clock Block

This example shows how to use the Multiphase Clock block to generate a 100 Hz five-phase output in which the third signal is first to become active. The block uses a high active level with a duration of one interval.

The Scope window below shows the output of the Multiphase Clock block. Note that the first active level appears at t=0 on y(3), the second active level appears at t=0.002 on y(4), the third active level appears at t=0.004 on y(5), the fourth active level appears at t=0.006 on y(1), and the fifth active level appears at t=0.008 on y(2). Each signal becomes active 1/(5*100) seconds after the previous signal.

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