Convert event-based signal to time-based signal
This block converts an event-based data signal into a time-based data signal. The output signal assumes exactly one value at any given time on the simulation clock. The output signal is almost identical to the input signal, except:
The output signal omits zero-duration values, if any, from the input signal.
The output signal has a sample time type of "fixed in minor step." As a result, the output signal might have sample time hits at times unrelated to the input signal but related to other time-based signals in the model.
The output signal is suitable for modeling time-based dynamics. The signal cannot be an input to a block that requires an event-based input signal. Blocks that can process either time-based or event-based signals might process them differently.
The initial output value is the same as the initial input value. However, if the input signal is undefined at T = 0, as in the case of an atomic subsystem that has an event-based input signal, the output signal of this block has an initial output of 0.
Signal Input Ports
|None||Event-based signal. The signal can have any fixed dimension, complexity, or data type.|
Signal Output Ports