Plots Poincare Sphere and adds a point array of points represented by Stokes coordinates. The Poincare Sphere is generated from the data array saved internally. I don’t use Charts. Instead I try to structure the programs with subVI’s as mush as possible and use “Error” cluster as a handle to insure proper sequencing. These programs are offered for free private use. I avoid using Sequence Frames. Initially until release 3.
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This program was first written when Labview did not have its own Smith Chart functions. You will need Labview 6. This was fixed in Labview 6. Some of the VI’s in it, again, are my own, some are modified form sources available on National Instrument site.
The library with all albview sub’VI’s is rather large – 3Mb, so I did not place it here, but can e-mail to you on request. Given that there was no Undo button then, this was enough to stay away from sequences as much as possible. I don’t use Charts.
Also contains the programms to calculate the RMS jitter from the phase noise spectrum of the clock signal, and RIN calculations for lasers. I was told that this has been fixed now but I avoid using them anyway, since sequences also make diagrams less “transparent”.
The Poincare Sphere is generated from the data array saved internally. Some of the instrument drivers are modified by me from the initial programs offered by instrument manufacturers or National Instruments, some are written by me.
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Matlab must be installed on the computer and Matlab release The result is a picture variable that can be saved as a PNG file. The Smith Chart grid is generated from the data array saved internally.
Plots Poincare Sphere and adds a point array of points represented by Stokes coordinates. These aq317b are offered for free private use.
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Initially until release 3. I avoid using Sequence Frames. If you have any questions, please contact me at General Considerations I use in writing Labview Programs: The application programs user.
Initially in releases 3. Plots S-parameter data on a Smith Chart. You will most likely need to download it if you want to use any of the programs from this site.
Alternatively, same function can be performed using Matlab graphic libraries. Any commercial use, sale, or redistribution is prohibited. See my review paper for detailed descriptions of the techniques.
I avoid using VISA library functions. When regular VISA appeared in releases 4.
Agilent RF Spectrum Analyzer. Instead I try to structure the programs with subVI’s as mush as possible and use “Error” cluster as a handle to insure proper sequencing.