Vector reference curve
In the vector reference curve, we define the reference curves for the input channel, which is usually an array (FFT data, …).
When you press the Setup button on newly activated Vector reference curve line, the following setup screen window will open:
The reference curve type can be selected from:
- lower (define the lower limit)
- upper (define the upper limit)
- lower & upper (define the lower and upper limit)
With linear interpolation, the program will draw a direct line between the two neighborhood points. It will give a smoother transition between the points on the curve.
Check signal bounds
This will create an additional output channel which will output 1 when the input is higher than the reference curve and will output 0 when the input is below the reference curve
Axes settings can be selected from:
- 0 dB (dB reference will be set from the range of the first channel)
- Noise dB (the reference value is 20 uPa)
- ref. dB (user enters the reference value)
Limit table points can be manually defined or by copy/paste from an external program.
Rename the channels with the click on the icon in the top right corner and selecting the Change axis name/unit option.