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204 – AcqKnowledge Peak Detector Operation

The AcqKnowledge Peak Detector is a software analysis tool used for the purposes of automatically performing specific measurements on data in an AcqKnowledge data file.
 
The Peak Detector can perform automatic measurements on multiple channels simultaneously. The resultant measurements can be printed directly to the journal or plotted, in graphical form, to a new channel in the AcqKnowledge data file.
 
This application note details the major Peak Detector functions.

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