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vrf Using equations to generate waveforms

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 22, 2001
Hi Martin,
          Not sure this is helpful, and it was some time ago, but I used
VEE 3.1(!) to download datapoints to an HP arb mainly to create a traceable
quantity of AM as a comparison for measuring AM on an HP 8901A modulation
analyser which was used as part of a submission for NAMAS accreditation.  I
don't have any example files but the VEE algorithm is pretty
straightforward - you can just multply arrays of the same size to get the
result you want.  Just need to watch that the start/end pahse of both
carrier and modulation signal are 1 sample apart.

Regards,

Mike Watts

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