In the previous elog we've proved that signals C1:SUSMC3_LSC_EXCMON and C1:SUSMC3_LSC_OUTMON are in single precision. Now we try to understand if the precision is lost when the signals enter dtt tools or in the online code. For this measurement we just switch on one of the filters between the signals. By this we add mathematical operations inside the online code. If double precision is used there, then we'll see the same error as before, because the real error is still very small (~10^{15}) and dtt tools add this 10^{7} error. But if the digital error will increase then no matter what kind of precision use dtt, online code uses single precision. At least at some points.
Test 1. cheby1("LowPass",6,1,12)
Test 2. cheby1("Lowpass",2,0.1,3)
Test 3. butter("LowPass",8,10)
Test 4. butter("LowPass",2,10)
We can see that coherence become worse. And longer filter  more digital error. This means that single precision is used in calculations.
