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transmitTime

Packet transmission time

    Description

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    t = transmitTime(cfg) returns the packet transmission time in seconds for the physical layer (PHY) format configuration specified in cfg.

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    t = transmitTime(cfg,unit) specifies unit, the unit in which the function returns the packet transmission time.

    Examples

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    Create an HE SU configuration object for a 40 MHz transmission.

    cfgHE = wlanHESUConfig;
    cfgHE.ChannelBandwidth = 'CBW40';

    Calculate and display the packet transmission times in seconds and milliseconds.

    t = transmitTime(cfgHE)
    t = 1.1600e-04
    
    t_milli = transmitTime(cfgHE,'milliseconds')
    t_milli = 0.1160
    

    Input Arguments

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    The unit of the returned packet transmission time, specified as one of 'seconds', 'milliseconds', 'microseconds', or 'nanoseconds'.

    Data Types: char | string

    Output Arguments

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    Packet transmission time, returned as a positive scalar.

    • When you do not specify unit, or specify unit as 'seconds', the time is returned in seconds.

    • When you specify unit as 'milliseconds', the time is returned in milliseconds.

    • When you specify unit as 'microseconds', the time is returned in microseconds.

    • When you specify unit as 'nanoseconds', the time is returned in nanoseconds.

    Extended Capabilities

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    Version History

    Introduced in R2022b