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Hi bahadirozan,

 

this is the "decimate array" node. See attached picture:

 

Decimate Array.png

Greets, Dave
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Thank you so much Sir. I had found it before. If it is decimate 1D array, I have a problem on this VI. There are four connectted lines on the array, but there are three connections as feature for decimate 1D array. How is it possible? Ekran görüntüsü 2023-06-28 141049.png

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Hi baha,

 


@bahadirozan wrote:

There are four connectted lines on the array, but there are three connections as feature for decimate 1D array. How is it possible?

Use AutoCleanup on your VI!

(We cannot edit/debug/run images with LabVIEW!)

Best regards,
GerdW


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https://dl.cdn-anritsu.com/en-us/test-measurement/ohs/10450-00040AC/index.html#page/Programming_Comm... 

 

I am already working by examining the picture. I don't have prepared VI. 

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Hi bahadirozan,

 


@bahadirozan wrote:

I am already working by examining the picture. I don't have prepared VI. 


In this case you should ask Anritsu for a cleaned up version of that example VI!

(Or ask for explanations…)

 

Just an educated guess:

  • the output of the device read function goes to the input of the DecimateArray function
  • the two outputs of DecimateArray are wired to those two indicators (Data1/2) and to the FOR loop…
Best regards,
GerdW


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