Returns the amplitude, high state level, and low state level of a signal.
Error conditions that occur before this node runs. The node responds to this input according to standard error behavior.
Default: No error
Settings that determine the high and low state levels of a waveform.
Method this node uses to compute the high and low state levels of the waveform.
|histogram||Returns the levels of the histogram bins with the maximum number of hits in the upper and lower regions of the waveform. The upper and lower regions of the waveform include the upper and lower 40%, respectively, of the peak-to-peak range of the waveform.|
|peak||Searches the entire waveform for its maximum and minimum levels.|
|auto select||Determines whether the histogram bins that correspond to the high and low state levels each have over 5% of the total hits. If so, this node returns those results. Otherwise, this node uses the peak method. This ensures a reasonable answer for either a square wave (ignoring the overshoot and undershoot) or a triangle wave (where a histogram fails).|
Default: auto select
Number of bins in the histogram this node uses to determine the high and low state levels of the waveform.
If you select the peak method, this node ignores this input.
Method this node uses to compute the histogram. Currently, mode is the only available histogram method.
|mode||Uses the mode method.|
Value reserved for future use.
Difference between high state level and low state level.
Level at which a pulse or transition waveform is defined to be in its highest state.
Level at which a pulse or transition waveform is defined to be in its lowest state.
Error information. The node produces this output according to standard error behavior.
Where This Node Can Run:
Desktop OS: Windows
FPGA: Not supported