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2013Re: [SpectrumLabUsers] Triggered averaging [1 Attachment]

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  • wolf_dl4yhf
    Aug 3 7:05 AM
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      Hi Edgar,

      In that particular combination (triggered average spectrogram, trigger controls *one sweep* i.e. one screen written on the spectrogram), every scan line on the screen has its own average buffer. The averaging operates on signal powers (or energies, power * time), and is implemented as a simple integrate-and-dump filter.
      When the number of averages is limited, there's no moving-average (would cost an awful lot of memory) but a simple leaky integrator. Whenever the average counter reaches the programmed value, a part of the integrated energy is discarded (50 percent) and, for example, the average counter is divided by two.

      All the best,
         Wolf .

      Am 02.08.2014 09:17, schrieb edgar edgarjtwining@... [SpectrumLabUsers]:

      Hi Wolf,

      With triggered averaging, what is the algorithm that is used?

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