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Wooders
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02/08/2012 4:48 pm  

Hi, is it possible to add sloping lines as a limit?

For example, if I have a maximum allowed at 500MHz of -50dBm and a maximum allowed at 2.5GHz of -100dBm but the maximum slopes down between the two frequencies (not a step function).
Very much like the ICNIRP graph of limits (that we cannot access through the editor).

The original Point and Click Interface was a Smith and Wesson.


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mm_dev
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02/08/2012 5:32 pm  

You can make segments of a limit use a linear interpolation based on frequency on the last column of the value table. The ICNIRP definitions are not listed in the editor as they require more complex calculations that cannot be expressed properly in the editor.


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Wooders
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02/08/2012 5:38 pm  

Thanks, that is a start.

What about the situation when we need to use logarithmic frequency scale? The linear line will then come out as a curve.

Is there a way around this or will you be adding a logarithm option?

Cheers

The original Point and Click Interface was a Smith and Wesson.


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mm_dev
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03/08/2012 9:14 am  

There are currently no plans to extend the interpolation feature, and "logarithmic option" can be interpreted in different ways.


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