Once the impulse response has been captured following a sweep measurement, you have the option of processing different portions of the impulse by adjusting a variable gate.Can someone put this into laymans terms?
It most certainly does! Thank you so much for taking the time to craft that response.That should give you enough info to play around with it....... brucek
Well, the impulse response itself isn't the easiest of plots to interpret. That's why all the other plots that are derived from it are so handy. Again, remember that the gate will determine and limit your lowest frequency (the IR Window pop-up displays this frequency), so to get the best full range frequency response graph you can adjust the left window to include the signal just as it enters the noise. You certainly don't want to include any of the distortion harmonic peaks which are located to the left of the main peak. To the right of the main peak, if you are measuring full range, set the window as the signal enters the noise.how to interpret what I am seeing in an impulse response plot?