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time constant estimation

Subject: time constant estimation

From: SeongPil Yoon

Date: 21 Feb, 1998 20:35:59

Message: 1 of 3


Hi

I have a exponentially correlated signal.
Does anybody know how to estimate the time constant of this signal.
Thanks for any help.

sy

Subject: time constant estimation

From: Thomas P. Kotsos

Date: 22 Feb, 1998 13:15:29

Message: 2 of 3

V=Vo*e(-t/tau)

Vo is initial max value of V
tau=time constant where V(tau)= .37 Vmax, also, divide the length of the
signal or when it zero's out and that should be the length in Time of
tau.

Subject: time constant estimation

From: BIRUNDHA HANNAH

Date: 30 Jul, 2014 08:23:10

Message: 3 of 3

"Thomas P. Kotsos" <tkotso1@uic.edu> wrote in message <34F07951.E5A74BF4@uic.edu>...
> V=Vo*e(-t/tau)
>
> Vo is initial max value of V
> tau=time constant where V(tau)= .37 Vmax, also, divide the length of the
> signal or when it zero's out and that should be the length in Time of
> tau.

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