Two Sided Winow windows a signal on two sides both before and after a peak for example. This is useful for impulse responses to limit reflections for example.
The window is multiplied to each column of the dataset.
The input is
The output is the same as the input
MxN with a window multipled each column
Name specifies the name of the block.
Type is the type of window that should be used. Default is
Rectangle but there are a lot of different windows to chose from. Examples are:
Length is the legnth of the window before 0 is just multiplied samples.
Center is where the window should start at.
Channels specifies the number of input(s)/output(s) the block will have.