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I have a program attached here that is supposed to take a fft of a audio signal coming in from the the computer. Its connected in the mic in jack. Could someone check out the program and tell me what it is missing cause it doesn't quite give you the right graph. Also, the y range is supposed to be in volts but it stays as amplitude, I don't know why. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Could someone check out the program and tell me what it is missing cause it doesn't quite give you the right graph.
What's wrong with it, in other words,what do you expect it to do that it doesn't?
Also, the y range is supposed to be in volts but it stays as amplitude, I don't know why. Any help would be appreciated
So what happens when you manually change it (Double click on the label "amplitude" and type Volt there instead) ?
It suppose to give me a fft graph, which is frequency on the x domain and Volts in (rms units) on the y range. how could you calculate the rms?
What I think you want, is what the "Auto Power Spectrum VI" does, on my computer it's in "signal processing-> Spectral analysis".
You still have to manually edit the axis labels. The graph doesn't know what these numbers are that you are connecting to it. To it, it's just an array of numbers. Though Labview is rather smart compared to other programming languages and development environments, it´s not all magic . Some things require the programmer (you) to program some more.
Quite often, the RMS value is "calculated" by just taking the normal value and deviding by the square root of 2 (1.414). I wouldn´t know how else to do it in a spectrum.
I'm not.. could you look at my code and see what I have to do. This is the first time working with fft and i've only being coding on labview for 3 weeks.
Thanks in advance
it's still not giving me the right graph. I have a DSA reference and the y range is going from 10uVrms to 10Vrms.
Thnxs a lot