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Trigonometric Function Block Behavior for Complex Exponential Output

This example compares the complex exponential output for two different configurations of the Trigonometric Function block.

When the Approximation method is CORDIC, the input data type can be fixed point, in this case: fixdt(1,16,2). The output data type is fixdt(1,16,14) because the output fraction length equals the input word length minus two.

When the Approximation method is None, the input data type must be floating point. The output data type is the same as the input data type.