See Recalculating Analysis Results.
Input signal. See Specifying Your Input Data.
Choose sampling by interval (default) or frequency.
Specify Sampling Interval. The default (<auto>) creates an automatically-calculated interval.
Specify Sampling Frequency. The default (<auto>) creates an automatically-calculated frequency.
Specifies the size of FFT section.
Specifies window size. Must not be greater than the size of an FFT section.
Specifies the number of data points by which the window sections overlap. Must be less than the window size.
Specifies the window type used by FFT. The default option is Hanning.
For more information, see the STFT Algorithms page.
Only available when Window Type is Gaussian. Specifies the Alpha parameter for the Gaussian window.
Only available when Window Type is Kaiser. Specifies the Beta parameter for the Kaiser window.
Window Correction Factor used to correct the alteration made by applying a window to the input data. The default is Amplitude.
Specifies the computation option. The default is Amplitude in dB.
Swap the time axis and the frequency axis in the image plot that is used for preview and output.
Specify the output matrix. Results include Units, visible by selecting Matrix: Set Dimension/Labels when the output matrix window is active, then clicking on the x/y/z Labels tabs, respectively.
Only available when Option = Amplitude Result or Amplitude in dB, and Output Matrix is selected. If selected, an image plot of the result is generated.
Specify the output worksheet. See Output Results. Results include Units, visible in the Units row of the output worksheet.