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PtByPt; Derivative issue

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I'm working on a program that continously read data from serial port (FS =1000). I have chosen to read the data in blocks of 512 in producer loop and send it via FIFO to the consumer loop. At the consumer loop I would like to filter and get derivate the signal.  I wrote a simple program to illustrate my problem, the program simply produce a sine wave of 128 point per cycle and i filter that wave with a band pass filter (assuming a FS of 1280 Hz). That works fine! What I dont understand is the derivative part and the meaning of dt. I expect it should be 1/1280 but this givs a wronge answear. I saw a solution in which they take the difference between Xn-1 and X0 of the signal block and insert it in dt Smiley Frustrated If I read the description in the derivtive the meaning of dt is sampling interval and it should not be equal or less than zero. So what have I missed???Smiley Mad   

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This looks correct to me.  A few things I did:

1. Set the Initial Condition to the first data point

2. Removed the First Call since that is done inside of the VI anyways.

3. Set the dt to be 1/1280.


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Thank you crossrulz!

 

I started with your suggestion what I get it is a derivative that is 63,8 time higher Smiley Surprised

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ahmalk71 wrote:  I started with your suggestion what I get it is a derivative that is 63,8 time higher Smiley Surprised

If you go through the math, that is correct.

 

d(sin(2*pi*128x)/dt = 2*pi*128*cos(2*pi*128x)/dt.  With dt = 1/1280 you end up with 20*pi*cos(2*pi*128x).  20*pi = ~63.8


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DarnSmiley Mad I forgot about the internal derivativeSmiley Embarassed

 

ThanksSmiley Happy

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