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Error 20023 "The following conditions must be met: 0 < f_low <= f_high <= fs/2."

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Thanks alot ive fixed it. now no error. Earlier you said it was cluttered. What vi's can i replace?

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@derek.s wrote:

Thanks alot ive fixed it. now no error. Earlier you said it was cluttered. What vi's can i replace?


  • A low-pass followed by a high-pass (or vice versa) can be replaced by a single bandpass filter.
  • Eliminate the local variable
  • Use index array to get the number of peaks from the array. (>ToDBL>ToDDT>FromDDT> is just plain silly!)

Better: As I said, scrap all your code and go with my earlier ptbypt suggestion.

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I changed to ptbypt earlier so i will change to what you just said thanks once again.

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