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vrf FFT to filter thermocouple meas

Question asked by VRFuser on Oct 19, 1999
There's an excellent example of LPF and BPF in
examplesAnalysisanalogfilter.vee

-----Original Message-----
From: Jim W Jones "(James) [mailto:jimj@sr.hp.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 1999 6:02 PM
To: vrf@lvld.hp.com
Subject: vrf FFT to filter thermocouple meas


VRF listeners,

Has anyone out there used the signal processing objects
in Vee to filter out 60-Hz noise from thermocouple
measurements?

I have a fast data-acquisition card and can measure 16
TC's ... but there is so much line-related noise that
the temperature information is swamped.

I have no experience with Vee's signal processing capabilities.
Any code snippetts and suggestions appreciated.

Regards,

Jim

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