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vrf 8713B

Question asked by VRFuser on Mar 30, 2006
The data from most network analyzers is a complex number, typically Re and Im pairs

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From: Les Hammer [mailto:Les.Hammer@CompleteTest.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2006 1:30 PM
To: VRF
Subject: RE: [vrf] 8713B


 >  Attached is the entire file.  
 
00034  *  0x20        ! MLA
00035  *  0x4c   L    ! TALK 12
00036  <  0x23   #  
00037  <  0x34   4  
00038  <  0x31   1  
00039  <  0x36   6  
00040  <  0x30   0  
00041  <  0x38   8  
00042  <  0xc0   À  
00043  <  0x41   A  
00044  <  0x4e   N  
00045  <  0xb2   ²   
 
That's a binary block header that says:
   4  Characters in the "number of bytes" number
  1608 bytes to follow 
Then all your data.  The data is binary, so you'd have to have the manual to decode what it means - or take a few good guesses on array types.
 
~~Les

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