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Webcast Q&A: When do you use a negative peak detector?
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Questions and Answers to *Signal Analyzer Fundamentals and New Applications Webcast* on 13 March 2013
*Question:* When do you use a negative peak detector?
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Mar 27, 2013 3:05 PM
*Answer:* The X-Series Signal Analyzers and PSA Spectrum analyzer have as their default the normal detector, which alternates between peak detector and negative peak detector. This gives a similar feel to the analog displays of older spectrum analyzers. There are some older EMC applications for the negative peak detector. Otherwise, the negative peak detector is not used very often.
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