Re: Power measurement
the form of the exponential filter is not shown in your post. can you please re-post it again?
and by the way, what should be the gain factor of the rectangular sliding window? I doubt that it is 1.
and lastly, what measurement method must the detector do? is it the RMS method specified in the recommendation?
thanks to you all and have a good day!:)
--- In e..., "Dharmendra Lingaiah" wrote:
> Hello Vinod Prakash,
> I hope you will get some better insight after reading my
> An exponential filter is used to sharpen spectral features; the constant is
> varied to change the filter shape.
> A exponential filter is of the form where is the filter constant and X is
> the array (i.e., data file) whose X range is normalized between 0 and 1.
> As you may note.., In Section 126.96.36.199.2, the exponential filter is
> replaced by a rectangular sliding window of the same length.
> The output of the Exponential Filter is then fed to a DETECTOR,( which the
> G.168 Standard specifies as DETECTOR-INDICATOR ).
> I believe the implementation strategy for the DETECTOR should be based on
> THRESHOLD of detection of the SPECTRAL PEAKS obtained from the EXPONENTIAL
> Dharmendra Lingaiah
> -----Original Message-----
> From: vinprakash366 [mailto:vinod.prakash@...]
> Sent: Friday, February 01, 2002 11:57 AM
> To: e...
> Subject: [echocancel] Power measurement
> Hi all,
> In the G.168(2000) standard, under section 188.8.131.52.1, level
> measurement device, i am a little confused abt the detector-indicator
> block. How should this be implemented in order to decect the power in
> dBm0??. Also, is the 1-pole exponential filter mentioned in the block
> a unity gain filter??
> thanks in advance,