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Re2: vrf Viewing a .LPT from a 4440A PSA spectrum analyzer

Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 9, 2006
Stan Bischof (Richard S) <rsb@soco.agilent.com> wrote:
> "Ed Shaw" <eshaw@comtechefdata.com> wrote:
> > 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?
>
> It is likely a printer file, so viewing would be tough, but you should
> be able to print it out by just copying the file to your printer  ( as
> in copy <file> lpt1: )
>
> Or I suppose you could do this in VEE also using a "to printer" object.
>
> Stan

Oh yes- I should mention-- you may be much better off downloading the trace data itself from your PSA rather than a printer file.

That way you would have the actual trace in numeric format and you could do whatever you want with it. Unless of course what you really want is a screen dump.

Stan


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