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Entry  Fri Dec 30 22:05:16 2011, kiwamu, Update, LSC, power normalization in LSC POW_NORM_MTRX.png
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Message ID: 6156     Entry time: Fri Dec 30 22:05:16 2011     Reply to this: 6158
Author: kiwamu 
Type: Update 
Category: LSC 
Subject: power normalization in LSC 

Now a power normalization is doable for the LSC error signals.

It is working fine, but at some point we may want to have some kind of a saturation filter or limiter to avoid dividing a signal by a small number.


 (How to set the normalization)

  •   Click a small matrix panel on the LSC OVERVIEW window (shown in the attached screen shot below).
    •     This will give you a pop-up-window, which shows a matrix to route the normalization signals
  •   Choose a numerator channel, which you want to divide, and choose denominator channels, which you want to use as a power normalization factor.
  •   Put some number in the corresponding matrix elements.
  •   Once you put a non-zero element in the matrix, the corresponding numerator channel will be divided by the specified denominator channels.
    •     Otherwise the static normalization factors (e.g. C1:LSC-AS55_POW_NORM, etc.,) will be used for the denominator.
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