Delivers detailed, multi-dimensional measurement and analysis
Precision Measuring Matrix is groundbreaking signal processing technology that enables the capture of highly accurate time, frequency, and amplitude (TFA) information simultaneously.
How it works
Synchronous calculation. Unequivocal results.
Employs state-of-the-science technology
Utilizes a patented new mathematical approach for measuring signals/waveforms, employing a matrix of multiple simultaneous Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT) to yield extraordinary signal detail in time/frequency/amplitude (TFA).
Delivers dramatically improved outcomes
Results in 90% fewer measurement anomalies compared to using a single transform, the common method for many clients.
Improves AI & Machine Learning
Delivers a measurable increase in the quality of the signal processing upstream to improve the training sets for enhanced output results and accuracy.
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