Spectral Analysis (FFT)(INSERM contrib)

Summary

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  • Plugin name : Spectral Analysis (FFT)(INSERM contrib)
  • Version : 0.1
  • Author : Guillaume Gibert
  • Company : INSERM
  • Short description : Compute spectral analysis using Fast Fourier Transform
  • Documentation template generation date : Nov 2 2017

Description

The Spectral Analysis box performs spectrum computations on incoming signals and possible outputs include the spectrum amplitude (the power of the signal in a number of frequency bands), as well as its phase, real part and imaginary part. Output computations may be enabled/disabled from the settings dialog box. The analysis is performed using a Fast Fourier Transform .

Inputs

1. Input signal

The input signal.

  • Type identifier : Signal (0x5ba36127, 0x195feae1)

Outputs

1. Amplitude

Amplitude of input signal in frequency bands.

  • Type identifier : Spectrum (0x1f261c0a, 0x593bf6bd)

2. Phase

Phase of input signal

  • Type identifier : Spectrum (0x1f261c0a, 0x593bf6bd)

3. Real Part

Real part of input signal

  • Type identifier : Spectrum (0x1f261c0a, 0x593bf6bd)

4. Imag Part

Imaginary part of input signal

  • Type identifier : Spectrum (0x1f261c0a, 0x593bf6bd)

Settings

1. Spectral components

  • Type identifier : Spectral component (0x764e148a, 0xc704d4f5)
  • Default value : [ Amplitude ]

Examples

Practical example : visualising the power spectrum of a signal.

Let's use a Signal Oscillator box to generator sinusoidal signals on one channel. Next we add a Spectral Analysis box and connect boxes together. We make sure the 'Amplitude' of the signal is computed by checking the appropriate setting in the settings dialog box (see image below). Finally, we connect the 'Amplitude' output connector of the Spectral Analysis box to the input connector of a Power Spectrum Display box. The player may now be launched to visualize the power spectrum of the signal.

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Visualising the power spectrum of sinusoidal signals.

Miscellaneous