Performs frequency demodulation on the incoming I/Q signal.
The baseband (downconverted) time-domain data for demodulation.
The trigger (start) time of the acquired signal.
Time interval between data points in the acquired signal.
The complex-valued time-domain data array. The real and imaginary parts of this complex data array correspond to the in-phase (I) and quadrature-phase (Q) data, respectively.
A value that indicates whether to scale the FM demodulated waveform. You can set this value to 1.0 or to the expected frequency deviation of the incoming FM signal for demodulation.
A Boolean that determines whether to enable carrier correction.
|TRUE||Determines a linear correction to the carrier frequency estimate and compensates for it in the FM demodulated waveform.|
|FALSE||Carrier correction is not enabled. Use this option when performing continuous acquisition.|
Error conditions that occur before this node runs. The node responds to this input according to standard error behavior.
Default: no error
A Boolean that determines whether to truncate the first several samples of the FM demodulated waveform parameter when the node has been reset (for example, on first call or when reset? is set to TRUE.)
A Boolean that determines initialization of internal node states. The differentiation step of the demodulation process uses a three-tap FIR filter and involves a transient response.
|TRUE||Resets the initial state of the filter to zero at each call to this node.|
|FALSE||The differentiation begins with the filter in its final state from the previous call to this node.|
The frequency-demodulated information signal.
The offset, in hertz (Hz), between the incoming modulated carrier frequency and the estimated carrier frequency. The offset is returned whether carrier correction? is TRUE or FALSE. If the carrier frequency drifts as a function of time, this node calculates the offset by performing a weighted linear fit on the phase information in the I/Q signal, and then taking the slope of this linear fit. You can use this slope to monitor drift in the carrier frequency.
Error information. The node produces this output according to standard error behavior.
This node computes the information signal as a result of a demodulation process, which takes place in two steps internally. First the incoming I/Q data is phase-demodulated, and then the result of this phase demodulation is differentiated using a software FIR with three taps. The node returns the information signal in the FM demodulated waveform.
Where This Node Can Run:
Desktop OS: Windows
FPGA: Not supported