Josh B. <josh joshknows.com> writes:
Do you think that it might be possible for peak detector to output
always the same number at “some frequencies”?
I think not. The Peakdetector(with TH factor Rise and Fall) works and
Peakdetector2 works not. Maybe there are some bugs in the peakdetector2
(with only TH factor Rise).
Replace the peak detector with a source of constant 0 or a source of
constant 1, do the plots appear frozen?
Yes i did this and also other combinations, but only when i play with
Peakdetecor2, my application freezes.
It seems that if you give the graphical sinks a signal that never
changes, the plotted waveforms will also not change.
My application is really freezed. I changed the signal frequency, so i
can watch how the signal in the scope changes, but when i change to
special frequencies, then i get my application freezed.
Further, if your scope is triggering on channel 1 (the blue) and blue is
constant, the scope cannot find a trigger point, and stop plotting new
samples until a trigger point is found.
I tried this also, but this doesnt solve this problem.
As i said this problem doe not appear in Pekdetector but in
Further on the Peakdetecor finds peaks whether i changed the TH factor
to 10e15. It would be nice if you give me some instructions
for the alpha value and look ahead. Because i think i missunderstood the
documentation of the peakdetector.
Will there be always an average value calculated or only when the
founds some possible peak ?
Can you please explpain in your own words the alpha value ?