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peak detection for a noisy signal offline

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Dear LabView experts...!

 

I am trying to find the peaks in my Signal offline . I like to find out the amplitude,location of the peaks and manipulate it. But the signal has noise and if i try to feed in this signal to a peak detector it gives false results as taking the small noise peaks . i like to get the large peaks (3 peaks in the given data ) .

 

Please help me out to detect these peaks.

When i used a peak detector.vi for a simulated noise less data its works fine. I am using LabVIEW 7.1.

 

Expecting your reply.

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Then you use any digital filter you must provide some information about the timing (sample frequency/interval). Else it will not give the correct output result.

  



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Thank you for the reply. I tried to use the digital filters in the express vi but it gives out an error that the cut off frequency shouls be less than Fs/2 . The sampling freq for my signal was 7hz.

Please give the program in LabVIEW 7.1.

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Sorry I can not save for Labview 7.1.

Here is a picture

 



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I attached the sample interval (in my case 0.1429sec) . But i cant see any difference in the output.
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Are you simply looking for the peaks? Does the time matter?
Tim
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Why such a slow sample frequency? A technique that I have used is to sample with a higher rate than needed and then average x samples together. As an example. Use 140 Hz as sample rate and then average every down every 20 sample to one , and present the result as 7 Hz samples.
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Accepted by topic author bala1234
08-27-2015 04:09 PM

This will give you peak values without filtering. You could get the time with a little more coding.

 

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Tim
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ya ..i need the time also too....! As with that peak amplitude i will calculate 10 % of the peak and where it occurs (time).So need the location of the peak.

 

Thank you

 

Bala

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I set the threshold to 8 and the width to 300. Got the peak values of 16.5178, 18.8016 and 23.8797.
Tim
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