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vrf Phase info.

Question asked by ie on Apr 10, 2003
I have a system which acquires large blocks of analogue waveforms in parallel from 256 separate I/P channels.  Up until now I have just been either carrying out a simple dc average, or rms average or FFT on these channels of data.  I now want to look at the phase information contained in these channels relative to each other (or possibly another reference).  Does anyone have a tip as to what might be the most appropriate function to use?

Thanks,

Ivan Edwards

Senior Engineer,
InfraRed Integrated Systems Ltd.,
Towcester Mill,
Towcester,
Northants (UK).
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