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Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 9, 2006
Actually, in this case LPT stands for Log Plot (if it’s from the Phase Noise personality).  Transfer it to your PC on a floppy and then you’ll need to download a converter from the Agilent website.  If you search for “CSV LPT† on the website you’ll hit a FAQ that references the converter.  This executable will turn it into a CSV excel file.

Steve Ashby

Agilent Technical Contact Center

 

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From: Ed Shaw [mailto:eshaw@comtechefdata.com]
Sent: Friday, June 09, 2006 11:06 AM
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] Viewing a .LPT from a 4440A PSA spectrum analyzer

 

I have a trace plot from an 4440A PSA spectrum analyzer. It is saved as a .LPT file.

Does anyone have any information on how I can view and print this out on a computer?

 

Ed


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