For the DLM2000 with user-defined math (G2 Option), you can calculate the ratio of two voltages in decibels. The formula for calculating the ratio of two voltages in dB is:
dB = 20*Log(Voltage1/Voltage2)
Follow the procedures listed below to perform the calculation:
Please view the attached file for an example screenshot and the calculation result.
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