National Instruments NI Spectral Measurements Toolkit manual

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    USER GUIDE NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit This document explains how to use th e NI Spectral Meas[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 2 ni.com Averaged Cross Spectrum ................. ....[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 3 NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide Using the Spectra[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 4 ni.com Integrating the Spectral Measurements T oolkit[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 5 NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide SMT Programming F[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 6 ni.com 2. Enter the output power spectrum into an SMT[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 7 NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide For an a veraged [...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 8 ni.com The averaging parameters cluster specifies the[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 9 NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide The channel speci[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 10 ni.com Cross Power Spectrum Measurement The Cross Po[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 11 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide Figure 2. Zoom [...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 12 ni.com Continuous Zoom FF T Continuous zoom FFT is a[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 13 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide The continuous [...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 14 ni.com Block Zoom FF T Use a block zoom FFT in situa[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 15 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide The block zoom [...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 16 ni.com Figure 5. Sp ectrogram Process Example The SM[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 17 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide ef fectiv e ban[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 18 ni.com Configuring Zoom FF T VIs When using Spectral[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 19 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide The left side o[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 20 ni.com that is outside the ef fect iv e band, the sp[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 21 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide Figure 8 shows [...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 22 ni.com The acquisition size comes from the following[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 23 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide Figure 9 shows [...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 24 ni.com Spectral Domain A veraging Averaging is an im[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 25 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide The av eraging [...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 26 ni.com A veraging Options Figure 10 illustrat es the[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 27 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide emphasis on the[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 28 ni.com A veraged Power Spectrum The following equati[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 29 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide A veraged Frequ[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 30 ni.com Spectrum scaling options are com binations of[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 31 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide Peak Search and[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 32 ni.com Power in Band The SMT Power in Band VI, locat[...]

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    © National Instruments Corporation 33 NI Sp ectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide Figure 12 illus[...]

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    NI Spectral Measurements T oolkit User Guide 34 ni.com Figure 13 shows an e xam ple of an OBW measur[...]

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    National Instruments, NI, ni.com, and LabVIEW are tradem arks of National Instruments Corporation. R[...]