RFmxDemod ADemod Configure Averaging (VI)

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Edition Date: October 2019

Part Number: 374641M-01

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Configures averaging for analog demodulation measurements.

RFmxDemod ADemod Configure Averaging

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Instrument Handle In specifies the RFmx session refnum. Instrument Handle In is obtained from the RFmxInstr Initialize NIRFSA VI.

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Averaging Enabled enables averaging for analog demodulation measurement.

False (0)

The measurement is performed on a single acquisition.

True (1)

The measurement uses the value of the Averaging Count parameter for the number of acquisitions over which the measurement is averaged. The traces are not averaged.

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Averaging Count specifies the number of acquisitions used for averaging when you set the Averaging Enabled parameter to True.

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Averaging Type specifies the averaging type for the measurement.

Linear (0)

The averaged result is the mean value measured across multiple acquisitions.

Max (1)

The averaged result is the maximum value measured across multiple acquisitions.

Min (2)

The averaged result is the minimum value measured across multiple acquisitions.

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Selector String comprises of the signal name. If you do not specify the signal name, the default signal instance is used. The default value is "" (empty string).

Example:

""

"signal::sig1"

You can use the RFmxDemod Build Signal String VI to build the selector string.

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error in describes error conditions that occur before this node runs. This input provides standard error in functionality.

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Instrument Handle Out passes a reference to your RFmx session to the next VI.

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error out contains error information. This output provides standard error out functionality.

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