Dynamic Signal Analyzer by MIT Learn About Frequency Responses of Real-Time Systems

  • Calculates and visualizes Bode plots from a real-time system
  • Encapsulates all data transfer from RT to host in just two subVIs
  • Perfect for teaching students about transfer functions on myRIO devices
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The Dynamic Signal Analyzer by MIT provides an easy-to-use framework for determining transfer functions of real-time controlled systems. It works with any NI real-time target.

With the Dynamic Signal Analyzer, you can accomplish four tasks:

1. Generate a swept sine wave to excite the system with

2. Measure the frequency response of a system at two points along the system

3. Find the magnitude and phase of those responses at several frequencies

4. Plot the magnitudes and difference of the phases at several frequencies (Bode plot)

Tasks 1 and 2 must be done on the real-time system using a droppable subVI that takes in two inputs (the two points in the system) and outputs a point in a sine wave. Tasks 3 and 4 are integrated into a user-friendly interface that can be accessed from the tools menu.

Support Information
This product is supported by the third-party provider and not by NI. For more information, contact MIT at:

Email: hope271828@gmail.com

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