IQ Signal Masterâ„¢ MX280005A Vector Signal Analysis Software Help : Basic Operation : Analyzing a Point of Interest : Trace Density Analysis
 
Trace Density Analysis
Find the trace density signal’s peaks and demodulate AM or FM. Right-click the graph to show the dialog box shown in Figure: Trace Density Dialog Box.
Trace Density Dialog Box
Peak Finder: Click to show Peak Table.
AM Audio Demodulation: See Audio Demodulation for specific audio demodulation applications. Am demodulation in Playback mode requires at least one peak in the peak table. The menus for these function will be unavailable (grayed) if there is no peak defined.
FM Audio Demodulation: See Audio Demodulation for specific audio demodulation applications. FM demodulation in Playback mode requires at least one peak in the peak table. The menus for these functions will be unavailable (grayed) if no peak is defined.
Time Marker Table
The Timer Marker Table displays a points of interest (signal differentiations) table. The points of interest displayed is dependent on the user selected sensitivity. The sensitivity levels are determined from the menu shown in Figure: Time Marker Table Dialog. Click the level of sensitivity to determine the most substantial signal-time differentiation (Lowest Sensitivity) to the least substantial signal-time differentiation (Highest Sensitivity).
Time Marker Table Dialog
1. Time Marker Table: Displays the Points of Interest.
2. Time Marker Menu: Right-click in the window to display the Points of Interest menu.