Hi everyone, I was using ADIS 16228 to generate 512 samples of time domain data.I want to know how to set the fliter？
OK, in that case, check this part of the datasheet out (page 13).
Does that help? By the way, in a previous post, I made reference to SR1, SR2, SR3 and SR4. That should have been SR0, SR1, SR2 and SR3. Sorry about that!
Thank you for your interest in the ADIS16228. What sample rate settings do you want to use? You can select up to 4, using the SR1, SR2, SR3, SR4 in the AVG_CNT and REC_CTRL1 registers. The most relevant information for this is on page 13 of the ADIS16228 datasheet.
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Yes，I'm using SR1 . The sample rate is 640Hz. I can get 512 samples of time domain data now.
But I want to know have those date been filtering?
In other words, if i want to get time domain data,do i need to filter the data?
Assuming you have disable SR2, SR3 and SR4, then the data in the time record will have gone through the averaging/decimation filter. Is that what you are referring to? If not, I would welcome more specific details on what you mean by "filtering."
Thank you for your help. Dose it mean that there is no need to set the averaging/decimation filter manually?
It looks like I accidentally posted before I wanted to. Please see this section, in page 12 of the datasheet.
You can use this text to interpret the signal processing in this manner.
Does that help?
I'm using Real-Time Mode and setting AVG_CNT[3:0] = 0x05; I want to know have those date gone gone through the averaging/decimation filter?At the same time , the date is time domain date,am I right?
Yeah,I've read it ,but it doesn't introduce whether the date is ime domain data ?
At the same time , It doesn't introduce whether the date have gone through the averaging/decimation filter ?
Thank you for your help.
Are you asking if real time mode comes with a time stamp? If that is the case, is does not come with a time stamp.
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