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Time and Frequency Domain Analysis

System responses such as Bode plots and step responses; system characteristics such as response time and overshoot; simulation

Time-domain and frequency-domain analysis commands let you compute and visualize SISO and MIMO system responses such as Bode plots, Nichols plots, step responses, and impulse responses. You can also extract system characteristics such as rise time and settling time, overshoot, and stability margins. Most linear analysis commands can either return response data or generate response plots. To get started with plotting commands, see Plotting System Responses. To create plots whose properties are customizable at the command line, see Plot Customization.

Applications

Linear System AnalyzerAnalyze time and frequency responses of linear time-invariant (LTI) systems

Fonctions

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stepStep response plot of dynamic system; step response data
stepinfoRise time, settling time, and other step-response characteristics
impulseImpulse response plot of dynamic system; impulse response data
initialSystem response to initial states of state-space model
lsimPlot simulated time response of dynamic system to arbitrary inputs; simulated response data
lsiminfoCompute linear response characteristics
gensigCreate periodic signals for simulating system response with lsim
covarOutput and state covariance of system driven by white noise
stepDataOptionsOptions for the step command
bodeBode plot of frequency response, or magnitude and phase data
bodemag Magnitude-only Bode plot of frequency response
nyquistNyquist plot of frequency response
nicholsNichols chart of frequency response
ngridSuperimpose Nichols chart on Nichols plot
sigmaSingular value plot of dynamic system
freqrespEvaluate system response over a grid of frequencies
evalfrEvaluate system response at specific frequency
dcgainLow-frequency (DC) gain of LTI system
bandwidthFrequency response bandwidth
getPeakGainPeak gain of dynamic system frequency response
getGainCrossoverCrossover frequencies for specified gain
fnormPointwise peak gain of FRD model
normNorm of linear model
db2magConvert decibels (dB) to magnitude
mag2dbConvert magnitude to decibels (dB)

Tâches du Live Editor

Create PlotInteractively create linear analysis response plots in the Live Editor

Blocs

LTI SystemUse linear time invariant system model object in Simulink
LPV SystemSimulate Linear Parameter-Varying (LPV) systems

Rubriques

Analysis Plots Basics

  • Plotting System Responses
    This example shows an overview of commands for generating time-domain and frequency-domain response plots.

Time-Domain Analysis

Frequency-Domain Analysis

Linear System Analyzer

Systems with Time Delays

  • Analysis of Systems with Time Delays
    The time and frequency responses of delay systems can have features that can look odd to those only familiar with delay-free LTI analysis.
  • Analyzing Control Systems with Delays
    Many processes involve dead times, also referred to as transport delays or time lags. Controlling such processes is challenging because delays cause phase shifts that limit the control bandwidth and affect closed-loop stability.

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