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Topic: Spectral Properties of NOISE
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Rajan

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Registered: 11/26/12
Re: Spectral Properties of NOISE
Posted: Jun 20, 2014 8:53 AM
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> If the two software packages are reporting the slope in different units then I can not explain this without knowing more. What units does originlab report the slope in? What units does your MATLAB code report the slope in? What units do YOU want to report the slope in.
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> Or the problem could be unrelated to the choice of units - the possibility arose only because of a confusing y-axis label in your original code.
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> One other way to tackle this problem is to synthesize a noise burst with known spectral properties (eg 1/f noise) and save to file, and analyze this noise in both software packages.
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> -Matt


Thanks a lot . As you suggested the problem was due to two different units of slope.
Now I am getting currect slope of my power spectra. Thanks agian



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