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Two Sided Window

Description#

The block 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.

MxNMxN

Input#

The input is MxN.

Output#

The output is the same as the input MxN with a window multipled each column n

Attributes#

AttributeValue
NameTwoSidedWindow
TypeRectangle
Length1 s
Center1 s
Channels1

Name#

Name specifies the name of the block.

Type#

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: Hanning, Cosine and Bartlett.

Length#

Length is the legnth of the window before 0 is just multiplied samples.

Center#

Center is where the window should start at.

Channels#

Channels specifies the number of input(s)/output(s) the block will have.