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Can I use 'fixdt' data type without having Fixed point license?

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Jishnu Mukherjee
Jishnu Mukherjee on 19 Sep 2018
Commented: Andreas Goser on 19 Sep 2018
I am trying to use 'fixdt' data type in my model, but it throws an error. So can't I use 'fixdt' data type without having 'Fixed Point' license? or is there any other process to use it

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Andreas Goser
Andreas Goser on 19 Sep 2018
Can you share the error please?

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 19 Sep 2018
If I recall correctly, the fixed point types you can use without a license are equivalent to signed and unsigned integers of particular length, such as uint32, except that you might perhaps be able to specify different overflow behavior (I have not checked in detail).
Jishnu Mukherjee
Jishnu Mukherjee on 19 Sep 2018
Thanks Andreas and Walter. Though I am able to select the fixdt data type from the drop down,but while simulation it throws this particular error. Is there any other method to customize signal data type, when I know about the precision of my signal??
Andreas Goser
Andreas Goser on 19 Sep 2018
Please expect being contact by email from your local MathWorks office for help/discussion.

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