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how to calculate the phase angle difference

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Jan 07, 2015 - 05:25 AM

Dear N!4k!, Thank you for your help. I try to use that component but it only produce 0 or 1 and give non-zero output (1) only when two inputs are of opposite signs. I got confuse when it produce 1 but there is no opposite sign between these two input as shown at the below. You can check at t= 1.514.

I try to use another component called "Phase Difference". But I don't how it calculate and produce the phase angle difference signal. I try to calculate manually using the formula given but it didn't give the same answer.

The formula I used as follow.

I'm really hope that you can help me to solve this problem. Thank you very much

I try to use another component called "Phase Difference". But I don't how it calculate and produce the phase angle difference signal. I try to calculate manually using the formula given but it didn't give the same answer.

The formula I used as follow.

I'm really hope that you can help me to solve this problem. Thank you very much

Jan 07, 2015 - 07:41 AM

Dear mosba86,

The output of "XOR Phase Difference" component varies between -1 and +1 and must be smoothed in order to obtain a meaningful result. To convert to degrees, multiply by "180°" and to convert to radians, multiply by "Pi".

If you have further questions, please let me and other contributors know.

The output of "XOR Phase Difference" component varies between -1 and +1 and must be smoothed in order to obtain a meaningful result. To convert to degrees, multiply by "180°" and to convert to radians, multiply by "Pi".

If you have further questions, please let me and other contributors know.

Jan 07, 2015 - 07:49 AM

Attached example shows you how to use "XOR Phase Difference" component, may be useful for getting started

Regards,

Ali

Regards,

Ali

Jan 07, 2015 - 09:12 PM

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