Multi-mode signal average
average~ can perform a , , or averaging function on any input signal as described in the "Messages" section.
|| Sets the maximum averaging interval in samples. The default value is 100.
|| Sets the averaging mode, as defined in the "Messages" section. The default is
|| Sets the interval in samples used for each of the three modes of signal averaging. The default value is
|| Sets bipolar averaging mode (default). In bipolar mode, the sample values are averaged.
|| Sets absolute averaging mode. This mode averages the absolute value of the incoming samples.
|| Sets root mean square (RMS) averaging mode. This mode computes the square root of the average of the sample values squared.
The RMS mode of the average~ object is more CPU-intensive than the bipolar and absolute modes.While RMS values are often used to measure signal levels, the absolute mode often works as well as the RMS mode in many level-detection tasks.
|| The signal to be averaged.
Running average of a signal across n samples