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02-06-2018 02:17 PM

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Hi, I am working with a displacement transducer, which I get voltage adquisition and a noisy signal.

I was trying to filtering signal using "Median Filter" but without success. Maybe I have a mistake using "right rank" and "left rank".

So I hope you can help me and get a better signal.

Attached the images and VI.

Regards.

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02-06-2018 05:50 PM - edited 02-06-2018 05:51 PM

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Try a waveform graph instead.

02-06-2018 07:01 PM

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Thanks for answer.

Ok I will try again with a waveform graph. So I have another question now, I need to calculate the derivative for certain range of signal, because I need to get the velocity from the displacement sensor. Do you think there will be no problem using waveform graph instead waveform chart?

Regards Mr. mud_light.

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I wouldn't expect there to be any difficulty calculating a derivative. The waveform graph is just a device through which the data may be visualized, the actual calculation will be performed using the data you've collected. :-)

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02-07-2018 09:05 AM

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