Variable step, event driven input signal, specified as a scalar. The signal at
events port comes from the output of a logic gate such as
Variable Pulse
Delay block.

Fixed step, uniformly sampled output signal, returned as a scalar. You can define
the finite slew rate and propagation delay for the signal at the
wave port.

Output step size calculation — Defines how to calculate output step size Default (default) | Advanced

Defines how to calculate output step size.

Choose Default to calculate Output step size
calculation based on rise/fall time. The Output sample
interval (ΔT) is given by $$\Delta \text{T}=\frac{{\left(\text{Rise/falltime}\right)}^{2}}{6\text{}\xb7\text{0}\text{.22}}$$.

Choose Advanced to calculate Output step size
calculation based on frequency of interest. The Output
sample interval (ΔT) is given by $$\Delta \text{T}=\frac{\text{Rise/falltime}}{6\text{}\xb7\text{Maximumfrequencyofinterest}}$$.

Programmatic Use

Use get_param(gcb,'DefaultOrAdvanced') to determine how
the output step size is being calculated.

Maximum frequency of interest (Hz) — Maximum frequency of interest at output 11e9 (default) | scalar

Maximum frequency of interest at output, specified as a scalar in Hz.
Maximum frequency of interest is used to calculate
Output sample interval and Minimum 20%-80% rise/fall
time.

Dependencies

This parameter is only available when Advanced is selected for
Output step size calculation.

Programmatic Use

Use get_param(gcb,'MaxFreqInterest') to view the
current value of Maximum frequency of interest.

Use set_param(gcb,'MaxFreqInterest',value) to set
Maximum frequency of interest to a specific value.

Minimum propagation delay for meaningful simulation, specified as a scalar. This
parameter is nontunable.

Minimum propagation delay is calculated from Maximum frequency of
interest where $$\text{Minimumpropagationdelay=}\frac{0.269}{\text{Maximumfrequencyofinterest}}$$.

Programmatic Use

Use get_param(gcb,'ConversionDelay') to view the
current value of Minimum propagation delay.

Use set_param(gcb,'ConversionDelay',value) to set
Minimum propagation delay to a specific value.

Propagation delay (s) — Propagation delay of a rising edge 48e-12 (default) | scalar

Propagation delay of a rising edge, specified as a scalar in s.
Propagation delay is measured at a threshold equal to the half of
the amplitude.

Programmatic Use

Use get_param(gcb,'RisepropDelay') to view the current
value of Propagation delay.

Use set_param(gcb,'RisePropDelay',value) to set
Propagation delay to a specific value.

Select to enable increased buffer size during the simulation. This increases the
buffer size of all the blocks in the PLL model that belong to the Mixed-Signal Blockset™/Utilities Simulink^{®} library. By default, this option is deselected.

Buffer size — Buffer size of the blocks 10 (default) | positive integer scaler

Buffer size of all the blocks in the PLL model that belong to the Mixed-Signal Blockset/Utilities Simulink library.

Selecting different simulation solver or sampling strategies can change the number
of input samples needed to produce an accurate output sample. Set the Buffer
size to a large enough value so that the input buffer contains all the
input samples required.

Dependencies

This parameter is only available when the Enable increased buffer
size option is selected.

Programmatic Use

Use get_param(gcb,'NBuffer') to view the current value of
Buffer size.

Use set_param(gcb,'NBuffer',value) to set
Buffer size to a specific value.

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