WLAN Toolbox™ configuration objects initialize, store, and validate configuration properties. The functions in the toolbox use these properties to initialize parameter settings that define the characteristics of waveforms generated and to define the signal recovery process.
The configuration objects are designed specifically as containers to store properties. They also provide some level of data validation for the function inputs that they maintain. Functions perform further data validation across input settings based on run-time conditions.
The configuration objects are optimized for iterative computations that process large streams of data, such as communications systems.
WLAN Toolbox configuration objects define and configure format-specific and function-specific properties. The reference page for each object contains descriptions, valid settings, ranges, and other information about the object properties.
wlanHESUConfig — This high-efficiency single-user (HE SU)
configuration object defines and configures HE SU and HE extended-range single-user
(HE ER SU) transmission PPDUs.
wlanHEMUConfig — This HE multiuser (HE MU) configuration object
defines and configures HE MU transmission PPDUs.
wlanDMGConfig — This directional
multi-gigabit (DMG) configuration object defines and configures DMG transmission
wlanS1GConfig — This sub-1-GHz (S1G)
configuration object defines and configures S1G transmission PPDUs.
wlanVHTConfig — This
very-high-throughput (VHT) configuration object defines and configures VHT
wlanHTConfig — This high-throughput
HT configuration object defines and configures HT transmission PPDUs.
wlanNonHTConfig — This
non-high-throughput (non-HT) configuration object defines and configures non-HT
— This HE recovery configuration object defines and configures information
recovery characteristics for received HE SU, HE ER SU, and HE MU PPDUs