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Presented to: Dr/Hesham ElZouka Presented by:Noha Seddii

Introduction History System components
System window
Tokens & special tools

Libraries Analysis window

Special tools

Applications Features

SystemView is a comprehensive dynamic systems analysis environment for the design and simulation of engineering or scientific systems. SystemView uses symbolic tokens (functional models) to represent processes, and a time base to represent system sampling characteristics

The user controls the token through parameter definition. The behavior of each token is defined in C/C++ code. Complete system or subsystem simulations are designed by selecting tokens from various libraries and connecting them together.

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The design environment provides the user a graphical interface to build and visualize the design as well as providing dynamic analysis in both time and frequency through two primary windows:
The System window The Analysis window.

The System window: Design the system by selecting tokens from various and specifying the parameters for each functional block then entering the parameter values in the user-friendly dialog boxes.

Library Button To toggle between the standard and optioanl libraries. Source Token This token has outputs only, and represents a Source library, (including datafrom external files) used to create system inputs.

MetaSystem Token Importing a MetaSystem itnto the design which adds hierarchy to a design.
Adder Token provides outputs, equal to the sum of its inputs (up to 20 inputs).

MetaSystem I/O Token defines the input and output nodes within a MetaSystem.
Operator Token Operators that use the input data as the argument for the operation. Function Token use the input data as the argument to the function. Multiplier Token provides outputs, equal to the product of its inputs (up to 20 inputs). Sink Token library of Sinks for collecting, displaying, analyzing, and outputting the data within a system. Sink tokens have inputs only.

The Speed Optimization button, controls the interface between SystemView and Windows. It allows SystemView to retain a greater share of resources during a simulation run. When used,the sampling rate for user interaction (mouse and keyboard) is reduced, thus increasing effective allocation of the processing resources to the simulation.

The Dynamic System Probe is both an oscilloscope and a spectrum analyzer, integrated into a single tool that is available whenever the system is running. Some of its key features include:
Probe Enable/Disable Click /drag the Probe button to any token within the system. Trace a signal through the system Move the probe to each token in succession within the system. Start/Stop/Pause/End/Restart the run Control system execution directly from the probe

The analysis button To access the Analysis window.


Source Library Operator Library Function Library Sink Library Communication Library DSP Library Logic Library RF Analog Library IS-95 CDMA Digital Video Broadcast Wireless Network Library

The Analysis window is the primary tool used to view and process Sink data.. The Analysis window includes a powerful Sink Calculator that provides tools for performing block-processing operations within or between, individual plot windows. These block-processing operations may be chained for sequential processing and are automatically recomputed when new Sink data is generated.

The Segment markers specify an x-axis range used for subsequent processing. When Segment Markers are positioned in a plot, and the Sink Calculator is used to compute the spectrum, then only the specified segment will be used in the spectral computation.

The MicroView tool shows a magnified view of the plot data as the mouse is moved

Differentail XY shows the distance from marker to the current mouse position.

Fast, easily available, wide support Core environment Native math language and debugger High-performance dataflow simulation engine Model physical layer effects with versatile block sets

Links to measurement and hardware verification

Digital filter synthesis

Cost effective: Competitively priced. The most cost effective solution for designers o

communication systems, DSP applications and RF device

Graphical Interface: Easy to use, design within a half day

User customizable: Create your own function blocks


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Theoretical modeling Audio

Satellite communication
DSP solutions Radar communication

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Wireless LAN

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