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  • Signal Processing Toolbox

    Signal Processing Toolbox™ provides industry-standard algorithms and apps for analog and digital signal processing (DSP). You can use the toolbox to visualize signals in time and frequency domains, compute FFTs for spectral analysis, design FIR and IIR filters, and implement convolution, modulation, resampling, and other signal processing techniques. Algorithms in the toolbox can be used as a basis for developing custom algorithms for audio and speech processing, instrumentation, and baseband wireless communications.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • SimDriveline

    SimDriveline™ provides component libraries for modeling and simulating one-dimensional mechanical systems. It includes models of rotational and translational components, such as worm gears, planetary gears, lead screws, and clutches. You can use these components to model the transmission of mechanical power in helicopter drivetrains, industrial machinery, vehicle powertrains, and other applications. Automotive components, such as engines, tires, transmissions, and torque converters, are also included. SimDriveline models can be converted into C code for real-time testing of controller hardware.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • SimElectronics

    SimElectronics® provides component libraries for modeling and simulating electronic and mechatronic systems. The libraries include models of semiconductors, motors, drives, sensors, and actuators. You can use these components to develop electromechanical actuation systems and to build behavioral models for evaluating analog circuit architectures in Simulink®. SimElectronics models can be used to develop control algorithms in electronic and mechatronic systems, including vehicle body electronics, aircraft servomechanisms, and audio power amplifiers. The semiconductor models include nonlinear and dynamic temperature effects, enabling you to select components in amplifiers, analog-to-digital converters, phase-locked loops, and other circuits. You can parameterize your models using MATLAB® variables and expressions. You can add mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and other components to a model using Simscape™ and test them in a single simulation environment. To deploy models to other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, SimElectronics supports C-code generation.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • SimHydraulics

    SimHydraulics® provides component libraries for modeling and simulating hydraulic systems. It includes models of hydraulic components, such as pumps, valves, actuators, pipelines, and hydraulic resistances. You can use these components to model fluid power systems such as front-loader, power steering, and landing gear actuation systems. Fuel supply and water supply systems can also be modeled using SimHydraulics. SimHydraulics models can be used to develop control systems and test system-level performance. You can parameterize your models using MATLAB® variables and expressions, and design control systems for your hydraulic system in Simulink®. You can add electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and other components to your hydraulic model using Simscape™ and test them in a single simulation environment. To deploy models to other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, SimHydraulics supports C-code generation.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • SimMechanics

    SimMechanics™ provides a multibody simulation environment for 3D mechanical systems, such as robots, vehicle suspensions, construction equipment, and aircraft landing gear. You model the multibody system using blocks representing bodies, joints, constraints, and force elements, and then SimMechanics formulates and solves the equations of motion for the complete mechanical system. Models from CAD systems, including mass, inertia, joint, constraint, and 3D geometry, can be imported into SimMechanics. An automatically generated 3D animation lets you visualize the system dynamics. You can parameterize your models using MATLAB® variables and expressions, and design control systems for your multibody system in Simulink®. You can add electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and other components to your mechanical model using Simscape™ and test them all in a single simulation environment. To deploy your models to other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, SimMechanics supports C-code generation (with Simulink Coder™).

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • SimPowerSystems

    SimPowerSystems™ provides component libraries and analysis tools for modeling and simulating electrical power systems. The libraries offer models of electrical power components, including three-phase machines, electric drives, and components for applications such as flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS) and renewable energy systems. Harmonic analysis, calculation of total harmonic distortion (THD), load flow, and other key electrical power system analyses are automated. SimPowerSystems models can be used to develop control systems and test system-level performance. You can parameterize your models using MATLAB® variables and expressions, and design control systems for your electrical power system in Simulink®. You can add mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and other components to the model using Simscape™ and test them together in a single simulation environment. To deploy models to other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, SimPowerSystems supports C-code generation.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • SimRF

    SimRF™ provides a component library and simulation engine for designing RF systems. It includes amplifiers, mixers, S-parameter blocks, and other basic blocks for designing architectures for wireless transceivers used in communication and radar systems. You can connect these blocks arbitrarily to form diverse architectures and to simulate the behavior of the RF front-end at the system level. SimRF lets you simulate RF amplifiers to estimate gain, noise, even-order, and odd-order intermodulation distortion. The simulation of mixers enables you to predict image rejection, reciprocal mixing, local oscillator phase offsets, and DC conversion. You can also simulate frequency-dependent mismatches between linear and nonlinear components in the time and frequency domains. With SimRF you can model RF systems at different levels of abstraction. The circuit envelope solver enables high-fidelity, multicarrier simulation of networks with arbitrary topologies. The Equivalent Baseband library enables fast, discrete-time simulation of single-carrier cascaded systems.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Simscape

    Simscape™ provides an environment for modeling and simulating physical systems spanning mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and other physical domains. It provides fundamental building blocks from these domains that you can assemble into models of physical components, such as electric motors, inverting op-amps, hydraulic valves, and ratchet mechanisms. Because Simscape components use physical connections, your models match the structure of the system you are developing. Simscape models can be used to develop control systems and test system-level performance. You can extend the libraries using the MATLAB® based Simscape language, which enables text-based authoring of physical modeling components, domains, and libraries. You can parameterize your models using MATLAB variables and expressions, and design control systems for your physical system in Simulink®. To deploy your models to other simulation environments, including hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) systems, Simscape supports C-code generation.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Simulink

    Simulink® is a block diagram environment for multidomain simulation and Model-Based Design. It supports simulation, automatic code generation, and continuous test and verification of embedded systems. Simulink provides a graphical editor, customizable block libraries, and solvers for modeling and simulating dynamic systems. It is integrated with MATLAB®, enabling you to incorporate MATLAB algorithms into models and export simulation results to MATLAB for further analysis.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
  • Simulink 3D Animation

    Simulink 3D Animation™ provides apps for linking Simulink® models and MATLAB® algorithms to 3D graphics objects. It lets you visualize and verify dynamic system behavior in a virtual reality environment. Objects are represented in the Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), a standard 3D modeling language. You can animate a 3D world by changing position, rotation, scale, and other object properties during desktop or real-time simulation. You can also inject virtual sensor signals and access 3D animation data in Simulink or MATLAB for postprocessing. Simulink 3D Animation includes viewers for rendering and interacting with virtual scenes. With the 3D World Editor, you can author detailed scenes assembled from 3D models exported from CAD-based or web-based sources. You can incorporate multiple 3D scene views inside MATLAB figures and interact with these views via a force-feedback joystick, space mouse, or other hardware device.

    • Usage:
      AcademicEducationalCommercial⁄ProfessionalClassroomResearch
    • License type:
      StandaloneNetwork
    • Organisational Unit: Vice Rector for Science - Latvia, Riga
    • Price: Contract price
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