**Block List**

Outputs the absolute value of a signal.

The Convolution block convolves the signal of the first input with the signal of second input (filter).

Extracts the components of an input signal and outputs the components as separate signals.

Decreases the sampling rate of the input by deleting samples.

The DWT block decomposes a signal using the specified wavelet function.

Exports a single signal or a signal list to a CSV file.

Executes the Forward Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) using the Managed FFT function.

Generates a signal based on one of the following templates:

The IDWT block reconstructs a signal using the specified wavelet coefficients.

Executes the Backward Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) using the Managed FFT function.

Generates a signal based on a CSV file.

Generates a signal based on a text.

Increases the sampling rate of a signal using linear, nearest, cubic, Newton’s or polynomial interpolation methods.

Inverts a signal in time.

Point-by-point logic operators (AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR, NXOR, NOT).

Combine several input signals into vector.

Sum, subtract, multiply or divide two or more signals, sample-by-sample.

Generates a Ramp signal.

Conversion to boolean based on >, <, >=, <=, <>, = an static value, the previous sample or the next sample.

Repeats samples of a signal.

Executes a scalar operation in a signal (sum, subtraction, multiplication and division).

Dilate or contract a signal in time and/or amplitude.

Shifts a signal in time modifying the Start property.

Extends a signal using the specified mode.

Switch output between first input (A) and third input (B) based on value of second input or the threshold value, using the specified switch criteria.

Removes duplicated samples in a signal.

Resample input at higher rate by inserting zeros.