comm.KasamiSequence

Generate Kasami sequence

Description

The `comm.KasamiSequence` System object™ generates a sequence from the set of Kasami sequences. The Kasami sequences are a set of sequences that have cross-correlation properties. For more information, see Kasami Sequences.

To generate a Kasami sequence:

1. Create the `comm.KasamiSequence` object and set its properties.

2. Call the object with arguments, as if it were a function.

Creation

Syntax

``kasamiseq = comm.KasamiSequence``
``kasamiseq = comm.KasamiSequence(Name,Value)``

Description

````kasamiseq = comm.KasamiSequence` creates a KasamiSequence System object. This object generates a Kasami sequence.```

example

````kasamiseq = comm.KasamiSequence(Name,Value)` sets Properties using one or more name-value arguments. For example, `'Polynomial'`,`'z^8 + z^4 + z^3 + z^2 + 1'` specifies the generator polynomial.```

Properties

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Unless otherwise indicated, properties are nontunable, which means you cannot change their values after calling the object. Objects lock when you call them, and the `release` function unlocks them.

If a property is tunable, you can change its value at any time.

Generator polynomial, specified as one of these options:

• Character vector or string scalar of a polynomial whose constant term is `1`. For more information, see Representation of Polynomials in Communications Toolbox.

• Binary-valued row vector that represents the coefficients of a polynomial in order of descending powers. The length of this vector must be N + 1, where N is the degree of the polynomial. The first and last entries must be `1`, indicating a leading term with degree N and a constant term of 1.

• Integer-valued row vector of elements that represents the exponents for the nonzero terms of a polynomial in order of descending powers. The last entry must be `0`, indicating a constant term of 1.

You can specify the primitive generator polynomial as a row vector of elements that represents the exponents for the nonzero terms of the polynomial in order of descending powers. Alternatively, you can also use the `primpoly` function to find the primitive polynomials for a Galois field or use the `gfprimck` function to check if a polynomial is a valid primitive polynomial.

Example: `'z^8 + z^4 + z^3 + z^2 + 1'`, ```[1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1]```, and `[8 4 3 2 0]` represent the same polynomial: z8 + z4 + z3 + z2 + 1.

Data Types: `double` | `char` | `string`

Initial conditions of the shift register, specified as one of these options:

• Binary-valued scalar — This value specifies the initial conditions of all cells in the shift register.

• Binary-valued row vector of length equal to the degree of the generator polynomial — Each element of the vector corresponds to the initial value of the corresponding cell in the shift register.

Note

The scalar, or at least one element of the specified vector, requires a nonzero value for the object to generate a nonzero sequence.

Data Types: `double`

Sequence index, specified as an integer or vector of the form [k m] to select a Kasami sequence of interest from the set of possible sequences. Kasami sequences have a period equal to N = 2n –1, where n is a nonnegative even integer equal to the degree of the generator polynomial that you specify in the `Polynomial` property.

Two classes of Kasami sequences exist: those obtained from a small set and those obtained from a large set. You can choose a Kasami sequence from the small set by setting this property to an integer in the range [0, 2n/2–2]. You can choose a sequence from the large set by setting this property to a vector of the form [k m]. k must be an integer in the range [–2, 2n–2], and m must be an integer in the range [–1, 2n/2–2]. For more information, see Kasami Sequences.

Data Types: `double`

Sequence offset from the starting point, specified as an integer. The Kasami sequence has a period of N = 2n–1, where n is the degree of the generator polynomial that you specify in the `Polynomial` property. The shift value is wrapped with respect to the sequence period.

Data Types: `double`

Option to enable variable-size outputs, specified as one of these numeric or logical values:

Data Types: `logical` | `double`

Maximum output size of the Kasami sequence, specified as a vector of the form [m 1], where m is a positive integer. The first element of the vector indicates the maximum size of the sequence, and the second element of the vector must be `1`.

Example: `[10 1]` specifies a maximum output size of `10`-by-`1`.

Dependencies

To enable this property, set the `VariableSizeOutput` property to `1` (`true`).

Data Types: `double`

Number of output samples per frame, specified as a positive integer.

If you set this property to a value of M, then the output, which contains M samples of a Kasami sequence, has a period of N = 2n–1. The value n is the degree of the generator polynomial that you specify in the `Polynomial` property.

Dependencies

To enable this property, set the `VariableSizeOutput` property to `false` (`0`).

Data Types: `double`

Option to enable generator reset input, specified as a logical or numeric `false` (`0`) or `true`(`1`). Set this property to `true` (`1`) to enable the `resetseq` input argument. The input argument resets the states of the Kasami sequence generator to the initial conditions that you specify in the `InitialConditions` property.

Data Types: `logical` | `double`

Data type of the output Kasami sequence, specified as `'double'` or `'logical'`.

Data Types: `char` | `string`

Usage

Syntax

``outsequence = kasamiseq()``
``outsequence = kasamiseq(outputsize)``
``outsequence = kasamiseq(resetseq)``
``outsequence = kasamiseq(outputsize,resetseq)``

Description

````outsequence = kasamiseq()` generates a Kasami sequence.```
````outsequence = kasamiseq(outputsize)` specifies the length of the output sequence.To enable this syntax, set the `VariableSizeOutput` property to `1` (`true`).```

example

````outsequence = kasamiseq(resetseq)` specifies a reset signal for the sequence generator.To enable this syntax, set the `ResetInputPort` property to `1` (`true`).```
````outsequence = kasamiseq(outputsize,resetseq)` specifies the length of the output sequence and the reset signal for the sequence generator.To enable this syntax, set the `VariableSizeOutput` property to `1` (`true`) and the `ResetInputPort` property to `1` (`true`).```

Input Arguments

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Length of the output sequence, specified as a nonnegative integer or a vector of the form [n 1], where n is a positive integer. The first element of the vector indicates the length of the output frame, and the second element of the vector must be `1`.

The scalar or the first element of the row vector must be less than or equal to the first element of the `MaximumOutputSize` property value.

This object accepts variable-size inputs. After the object is locked, you can change the size of each input channel, but you cannot change the number of channels. For more information, see Variable-Size Signal Support with System Objects.

Dependencies

To enable this input argument, set the `VariableSizeOutput` property to `1` (`true`).

Data Types: `double`

Reset signal for the sequence generator, specified as a scalar or a column vector with length equal to the number of samples per frame specified by the `SamplesPerFrame` property.

• When you specify this input as a nonzero scalar, the sequence generator resets to the specified initial conditions and then generates a new output frame.

• When you specify this input as a numeric column vector, the sequence generator resets to the specified initial conditions at each sample in the output frame that aligns with a nonzero value in this vector.

Dependencies

To enable this input argument, set the `ResetInputPort` property to `1` (`true`).

Data Types: `double`

Output Arguments

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Kasami sequence, returned as a column vector.

Data Types: `double`

Object Functions

To use an object function, specify the System object as the first input argument. For example, to release system resources of a System object named `obj`, use this syntax:

`release(obj)`

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 `step` Run System object algorithm `release` Release resources and allow changes to System object property values and input characteristics `reset` Reset internal states of System object

Examples

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Generate binary data, and then apply BPSK modulation to that data.

```data = randi([0 1],10,1); modData = pskmod(data,2);```

Create a Kasami sequence generator System object, specifying a generator polynomial ${x}^{8}+{x}^{4}+{x}^{3}+{x}^{2}+1$, initial conditions of the shift register, and a Kasami sequence of length 255.

```kasamiseq = comm.KasamiSequence('Polynomial',[8 4 3 2 0], ... 'InitialConditions',[0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1],'SamplesPerFrame',255);```

Generate the Kasami sequence, and then convert it to bipolar form.

```kasSeq = kasamiseq(); kasSeq = 2*kasSeq - 1;```

Apply a gain of $1/\sqrt{255}$ to ensure that the spreading operation does not increase the overall signal power.

`kasSeq = kasSeq/sqrt(255);`

Spread the BPSK data using the Kasami sequence.

```spreadData = modData*kasSeq'; spreadData = spreadData(:);```

Verify that the spread data sequence is 255 times longer than the input data sequence.

`spreadingFactor = length(spreadData)/length(data)`
```spreadingFactor = 255 ```

Verify that the spreading operation did not increase the signal power.

`modSigPwr = sum(abs(modData).^2)/length(data)`
```modSigPwr = 1 ```
`spreadSigPwr = sum(abs(spreadData).^2)/length(data)`
```spreadSigPwr = 1.0000 ```

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References

[1] Proakis, John G. Digital Communications. 4th ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 2001.

[2] Sarwate, D.V., and M.B. Pursley. “Crosscorrelation Properties of Pseudorandom and Related Sequences.” Proceedings of the IEEE 68, no. 5 (1980): 593–619. https://doi.org/10.1109/PROC.1980.11697.

[3] Peterson, W. Wesley, and E. J. Weldon. Error-correcting Codes.1972.

Version History

Introduced in R2012a