Archived: NI Sound and Vibration Toolkit and NI Sound and Vibration Measurement Suite 2012 Bug Fixes

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The following items are changes from NI Sound and Vibration 2011 to NI Sound and Vibration 2012. If you have a Bug ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed.

The following items are the IDs and titles of a subset of issues fixed in NI Sound and Vibration 2012.

Fixed bugs observed in LabVIEW-based Sound and Vibration VIs.

ID Fixed Issue
200302 SV Aures Tonality VI Needs Reset Option and Internal Error Handling
246141 THD Performance Decreases When Calculating A High Number of Harmonics
309307 Expected Fundamental Frequency Is Not Present On SFDR (Spurious-Free Dynamic Range) API
317782 SVT Envelope and Zoom Power Spectrum Incorrectly Clear Graphs
328583 f0 of Spectrum Subset Is Incorrectly Adjusted By -df When Start Is Less Than f0
329104 Error Returned When Using TDMS Read Speed Profile Without Speed Position Data In File


Fixed bugs observed in Sound and Vibration Assistant.

ID Fixed Issue
127539 Limit Test Result Display in Assistant Data View Shows No Data When Zooming in on Region of Speed Profile
245577 "Expected Speed Not Reached" Warning Occurs When Range Is Not Limited
316071 Chart Behaves Like a Graph After Restart When Using Vibration Level Step


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