The most common processing on dynamic data is to perform real-time FFT analysis to convert the data to the frequency domain. Conversion to the frequency domain may provide a much clearer picture for analysis, and consequently most dynamic data is best viewed in the frequency domain.
Used extensively in industries such as aerospace, automotive, defense, power and process, and manufacturing, the FFT serves as a primary tool for applications where vibration and other dynamic measurements are made including acceptance testing, vibration surveys, model validation, and troubleshooting and diagnostics.
- Real time data processing
- Integration and Differentiation
- FFT spectrum to identify dominant frequencies and spectral density levels
- RMS and peak value displays
- Review and compare/overlay signals
- Synthesized octave displays
- Automatic Export formats – Excel/ASCII, Matlab, UFF, ME’Scope
- Professional reports
- In-flight measurements
- In-car testing by automotive manufacturers
- Precision equipment used in semiconductor manufacturing
- Testing components by suppliers
- On board submarines for underwater tests