Perform bitwise concatenation of input values into a single output value
Logic and Bit Operations
Starting from the input with the highest order (the first input at the top in normal block orientation) the bit values of all input ports are concatenated into a single output bit vector. For multidimensional inputs the dimensions of all inputs must match and concatenation proceeds element-wise as it would in the scalar case. A scalar value on one input is automatically expanded to match the dimensions of the other input.
Data Type Support
Data type support for the Bit Concat block is:
- All integer types (including Boolean) and fixed-point types are supported. Floating point types are not supported.
- All inputs must be of real numeric type. Complex types are not supported.
- Scalars, Vectors and 2-D Matrices are supported. Unless an input is a scalar, the dimensions of all inputs must agree.
- The output type is always an unsigned fixed-point type without fractional bits.
Number of inputs
Sets the number of inputs to be concatenated. The minimum number of inputs is 2, the maximum is 128. The sum of all input bit widths shall not exceed 1024 bits.