- Wolf (or someone)

Is there a way to measure the accumulated value of the frequency?

For example, read a frequency value every minute for one hour (and add them) and then calculate the mean value (value divided by 60) and then plotting this result, thus one result per hour.

Tnx Sven - Hi Sven,

you asked:

There is no direct function to average those frequency readings. But you could implement a kind of 'integrate-and-dump' filter using the conditional actions.Wolf (or someone)

Is there a way to measure the accumulated value of the frequency?

For example, read a frequency value every minute for one hour (and add them) and then calculate the mean value (value divided by 60) and then plotting this result, thus one result per hour.

http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/speclab/perisced.htm#cond_actions

Cheers,

Wolf .

- Understand that abt "conditional actions".

Is this possible:

Export a frequency value (*.txt) to Excel and do the

mathematics in Excel ?

/Sven

--- In SpectrumLabUsers@yahoogroups.com, wolf_dl4yhf <dl4yhf@...> wrote:

>

> Hi Sven,

>

> you asked:

>

> > Wolf (or someone)

> > Is there a way to measure the accumulated value of the frequency?

> > For example, read a frequency value every minute for one hour (and add

> > them) and then calculate the mean value (value divided by 60) and then

> > plotting this result, thus one result per hour.

> >

> There is no direct function to average those frequency readings. But you

> could implement a kind of 'integrate-and-dump' filter using the

> conditional actions.

>

> http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/speclab/perisced.htm#cond_actions

>

> Cheers,

> Wolf .

> - Hi Sven,

Am 08.09.2011 22:22, schrieb sven:Understand that abt "conditional actions".

Is this possible:

Export a frequency value (*.txt) to Excel and do the

mathematics in Excel ?

Of course. Use a variable to hold the most recent output of the integrate-and-dump filter.

You can either use the file commands to directly write the results into a text file (whenever the timer in the conditional actions ran off, or similar), or add the name of that variable in the 'file export' table. In fact you can write (export) anything you like this way.

Again, it's in the manual:

http://www.qsl.net/dl4yhf/speclab/textexpt.htm

Cheers,

Wolf.