Configure properties of mixer for channel in DAC tile
rfDataConverter — RF data converter
RF data converter, specified as an
object. Via Ethernet, this object connects the host computer to the RF data converter on
the connected SoC device. Use the object functions and properties of this object to
configure the RF data converter.
tileId — ID of RF-DAC tile
ID of the RF-DAC tile connected to the programmable logic, specified as
3. Available options for the RF-DAC tile ID vary as per the
specified RFSoC device. A tile contains several DACs, accessible as channels, and
several shared timing units, including a clock and PLL.
channelId — Channel ID
Channel ID for the selected DAC tile, specified as
options for the channel ID vary as per the specified RFSoC device.
mixerType — Type of mixer
Type of mixer used in the RF-DAC digital path, specified as
"Fine". When you specify
"Bypassed", no mixer is
included in the DAC digital path.
"Coarse" specifies the coarse
mixer, which enables mixing the data with a carrier at frequency ratios set by input
"Fine" specifies the fine
mixer, which enables the data to be shifted up or down in frequency by the
fineMixerScale input value.
mixerFrequency — Frequency for coarse or fine mixer
"-Fs/4" | positive scalar
When you specify
"Coarse" as the
the mixer frequency must be specified as one of these values:
"Fs/2"- Half of the sampling frequency
"Fs/4"- Quarter of the sampling frequency
When you specify
"Fine" as the
the mixer frequency must be a positive scalar. Units of the mixer frequency are in
eventSource — Source of update event for RF-DAC mixer
Source of the update event for the RF-DAC mixer, specified as
An event update can be made intermediately or can wait for another event within the
system. For detailed information on the event sources, see "Dynamic Update Events"
section in Zynq UltraScale+ RFSoC RF Data Converter v2.3.
NCOPhase — Phase value for output of NCO mixer
positive scalar value
Phase value for the output of the numerically-controlled oscillator (NCO) mixer,
specified as a positive scalar. The NCO phase applies only when you specify a fine mixer
by setting input