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How can I read the complex data for the stand-alone offline time-frequency analyzer, which only accept real data, that is one-column or one row data ?

I have real complex data (i,q data) for the ISAR imaging. I don't have any knowledge of Labview programming. I bought this signal processing toolset to use only stand-alone time-frequency analyzer.
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In the LabVIEW functions palette on the block diagram, if you go to Numeric>>Complex you have to VI's that splits a complex number into rectangular or polar components. Click on the help file for those VI's to see the kind of datatypes you can wire to them.
Cyril Bouton
Active LabVIEW Developper
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