Slice
The Slice I/O cuts a slice out of its input signal and removes the parts before and after the slice.

A typical application of the Slice I/O is to remove unwanted parts of a measurement. If a long measurement was performed to capture a specific phenomenon which is (much) shorter than the total measurement, the Slice I/O can be used to remove the parts that are not interesting. The original time info is kept. This makes processing and saving the interesting part much more efficient.

The Slice I/O can only be used with time domain signals and only in block mode.

Properties

To control the behavior of the Slice I/O, several properties are available. These can be accessed through a popup menu which is shown when the I/O is right clicked in the Object Tree. The properties can also be accessed through its settings window which is shown when the I/O is double clicked in the Object Tree. To open the Object tree, click the Show object tree Show object tree button.

Window control

Range

The Range defines which part of the original signal is kept. Both the left and right end of the range can be defined, in seconds.

Use active graph cursor range

The action Use active graph cursor range sets the left and right end of the slicing range to the positions of the cursors in the active graph. Use the time cursors to determine which part of the signal must be kept.

Use active graph visible range

The action Use active graph visible range sets the left and right end of the slicing range to the visible part of the signal in the active graph. Use the horizontal zoom functions to determine which part of the signal must be kept.

Common properties and actions

Related information

Deskew

The Deskew I/O shifts the source's data in time.

Limiter

The Limiter I/O limits or clips a signal to a certain range.

Comparator

The Comparator I/O compares a signal with a certain reference level.

Window

The Window I/O applies a window function to its input signal.