Frequency Response Function Measurements Using Concatenated Subrecords With Arbitrary Length

@article{Schoukens2012FrequencyRF,
  title={Frequency Response Function Measurements Using Concatenated Subrecords With Arbitrary Length},
  author={Johan Schoukens and Gerd Vandersteen and Yves Rolain and Rik Pintelon},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement},
  year={2012},
  volume={61},
  pages={2682-2688}
}
This paper presents a nonparametric method to measure the frequency response function of a linear dynamic system that allows a series of subrecords with arbitrary length to be concatenated in one long data record without suffering from the leakage and transient errors. The method combines data blocks (of different lengths) into a single record, resulting in an increased frequency resolution. The analysis is based on the recent insight that leakage errors in the frequency domain have a smooth… CONTINUE READING

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