I’ve made a datalog from a MPU6050 (IMU: gyroscope and accelerometer) at 500Hz sample rate. Now I want to calculate the characteristics from the gyro to evaluate the sensor.
For the gyro I’ve found following values in the datasheet:
Total RMS Noise = 0.05 °/s
Low-frequency RMS noise = 0.033 °/s
Rate Noise Spectral Density = 0.005 °/s/sqrt(Hz)
Now I want to ask how I can calculate these values from my dataset?
At the moment I’ve the following values from the dataset:
Standard deviation = 0.0331 °/s
Variance = 0.0011
Angular Random Walk (ARW) = 0.003 °/sqrt(s) (From Allan deviation plot)
Bias Instability = 0.0012 °/s
Is the ARW equal to the Rate Noise Spectral Density mentioned in the datasheet? And also is the RMS Noise from the datasheet equal to the standard deviation?
edit: I found following website: http://www.sensorsmag.com/sensors/acceleration-vibration/noise-measurement-8166 There is the statement: "...Because the noise is approximately Gaussian, the standard deviation of the histogram is the RMS noise" So I guess the standard deviation is the RMS noise from the datasheet. But how about the ARW?