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Thread: frequency noise ?
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To smooth out transitions in the face of noise, it would be helpful to
know the range of frequencies monitored.  Why only three cycles?  What
does the noise look like.  Somethimes random noise included with the
signal will improve detection.
Wioth more info I may be able to make suggestions.  What is your
response time?  (Sample time to decision time.)
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