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Power Spectral Density Plot

Asked by Baba

Baba (view profile)

on 17 Nov 2011

I would like to have the Y axis units of the Power spectral densty plot show up as V/sqrt(Hz). The default way that they show up is dB/Hz

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Swarooph (view profile)

on 18 Nov 2011

What function are you using exactly to do the PSD?


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Answer by Naz

Naz (view profile)

on 19 Nov 2011

If you are using periodogram function without outputs, then it plots dB/Hz. However, if you do:

[Pxx,w] = periodogram(...);

then you should get Pxx as power per radians per sample.



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