FFT Basics: Averaging- RMS (Linear), Exponential, Peak Hold, Time Synchronous


Free of Charge

SKF Microlog Module Suite, FFT icon

The nature of sound and vibration is that it is variable and comes in many different forms. Simple categories include; deterministic, periodic, stationary, random, non-stationary & transient. One method to separate periodic signals from random signals is to use averaging. This session will explain the different types available and when and where to use them. 

Presented by Robert Collyer, SKF

Save the date - Tuesday, 6 September 2016

There will be 2 sessions to suit different time zones.
Please see the event page for details.
After registration you will receive a confirmation email with detailed joining instructions.

Session 1

09:00 London, 10:00 Berlin/CET, 16:00 Singapore, 04:00 New York

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Session 2

16:00 London, 17:00 Berlin/CET, 23:00 Singapore, 11:00 New York
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