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Which estimator is best for your job? Helps Find best Spectral Estimation Method for a Power Spectral Density plot. A menu of 10+ spectral estimators from Steve Kay's textbook 'Modern Spectral Estimation' 1988 is available to choose from. The results differ dramatically from one estimator to another. Plus, varying input parameters and/or number of points may provide discrepancies. Observe how zero padding effects your results. Manufacturing companies take note! Some estimators can detect signals 50 to 100 dB from main signal. See documented example! The unwritten rule of '30 dB is okay' (i.e. hidden) is no longer true.
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EnglishRecent changes in this Major Update:
Added NotePad2 for Windows 8 & up in order to run okay.