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Averaged Power Spectrum of Pink Noise

This example shows how to generate two-channels of pink noise from the Colored Noise block and compute the power spectrum based on a running average of 50 PSD estimates.

The Colored Noise block generates two-channels of pink noise with 1024 samples. The Spectrum Analyzer computes modified periodograms using a Hamming window and 50% overlap. The running average of the PSD uses 50 spectral averages.

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Blocks