Export FFT to Excel

laurent thomas

Posted on 15.12.2016 15:20


I would like to know how to set a maximum frequency to export the result of an FFT to Excel.

I explain, i have created a math function to calculate FFT of my signal, usually my acquisition rate is 4000Hz, however in some case i only need to analyse the fft Spectrum up to 100Hz, but with a good acurracy in that range. In order to reduce the export time, i would like to only export the fft analysis up to 100Hz and not 2000Hz, is it possible to do that ?


DEWESoft Support
Technical support
Posted on 16.12.2016 07:04


your FFT should already be at a much lower rate depending on your block size and overlap settings. Still, you can always select a custom export rate when exporting your data. In the attached screenshot, simply type a value in the "Export rate" column to replace the default rate.

Attached files:
Login to reply to this topic. If you don't have account yet, you can signup for free account .
This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more