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Graphing Frequency and Time of a Waveform

Sigh.  You give hints, and no-one puts on their "thinking cap".  Do me a favor -- attach a short segment of a sound file (make sure I can "play" it, but that should be my worry ...) so I can run short test of my own and be sure I'm not "blowing smoke".  It seems so obvious to me (and I think I largely hinted at how to do it, but I may have erred in assuming you knew some "practical electronics" ...).

 

Bob Schor

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Assuming?! You get kudos for that sir. I may have to email the sound file to you. I'm using an .mp3 that I converted to .wav to run on LabVIEW and neither of those can be uploaded (copyrights I'm sure). 

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@aj.insight wrote:

 I may have to email the sound file to you. I'm using an .mp3 that I converted to .wav to run on LabVIEW and neither of those can be uploaded (copyrights I'm sure). 


OK, so find a suitable file on the Web whose URL you can post (so we are both working from the same thing ...).

 

Bob Schor

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Finding free .wav loops involves getting into some sketchy websites that I want neither of our computers to be infected by. I converted the .wav I'm using from an mp3 that I bought. If you have any .wav files, then by all means try it for yourself. I'm at the point where I do think you're blowing a little smoke. 😉

 

I thank you for your time, Bob. I think I'm over this... 

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Hi aj,

 

have you tried to zip your files?

It really makes sense when you provide example files with known expected output results...

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2021 on Win10/11+cRIO, TestStand2016/2019
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