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i am using a matlab component in my optisystem file. please check the attached files, i want to compare the four signals entering the matlab component in terms of power so i am using parameterized signals. but if i am using parameterized signals, there is no output at the bit error rate analyzer. please tell me how can i get the output at the BER analyzer simultaneously using parameterized signals in the layout.Also if i am using parameterized signal the ‘sampled Signal Power’ = 0 at the optical power analyzer.
i shall be really grateful
You will not be able to get a time varying signal from a parameterized signal. The parameterized signals carries no time sampled information. You need to use a sampled signal. You can find the average power of a time sampled signal by integrating it and do your comparison that way.