The basic imaginary unit is represented by I and j in MATLAB. They can be used to make complex numbers like 2i+5. You may also compute other common quantities like phase and angle, as well as the real and imaginary parts of complex numbers.
In MATLAB, you may generate complex numbers:
a= real(X) = 4 (This gives the complex number's real portion.)
b= imag(X)= 5 (This gives the imaginary part of the complex number)
6+7i = complicated (6,7) (This function is used to create complex number)
To split the complex signal into two halves, use the Simulink Math library's Complex to Real-Imaginary block.
Combine these two sections into a two-element vector using a Mux block from the Signals & Systems package.
Input this vector into MATLAB's file S function.
Because the symbolic character I is used to represent a complex number in MATLAB, the class of any complex number is symbolic.
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