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clear; clc; data_size=100; M=2; freq_sep=500; nsamp=6; fs=10000;
y=wavread('voice'); partition=[-.8,-.6,-.5,-.4,-.3,-.2,-.1,0,.1,.2,.3,.4,.5,.6,.8]; codebook=[0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15];
% Now optimize, using codebook as an initial guess. [partition2,codebook2] = lloyds(y,codebook); [index,quants,distor] = quantiz(y,partition,codebook); [index2,quant2,distor2] = quantiz(y,partition2,codebook2); %Compare mean square distortions from initial and optimized [distor, distor2] % parameters. quantization=dec2bin(quants,4);
x=str2num(quantization,1); fsk_mod=fskmod(x,M,freq_sep,nsamp,fs); noise=awgn(fsk_mod,0); fsk_demod=fskdemod(noise,M,freq_sep,nsamp,fs); [num,rate]=biterr(quants,fsk_demod) %sound(fsk_demod)
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Analog to digital conversion requires hardware to do the conversion, and so cannot be done by the MATLAB programming language itself. However, MATLAB offers interfaces to a number of kinds of A/D hardware, anywhere from microphone input to high-speed external-triggered boards. The more complex facilities are part of the Data Acquisition Toolbox.
If you could be more specific about your A/D hardware or about your conversion needs, someone might be able to offer more specific assistance.
dec2bin() does not produce binary. dec2bin() produces character strings. "binary" as needed for signal processing is always numeric, never character. You must stop using dec2bin() and use something else instead, or you must find a way of converting the output of dec2bin() into numeric binary.