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Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 30, 2007
I am trying to capture Return loss / SWR data from the 8753E Analyzer. The data should be a 2 colum array.
 
Column 1: Frequencies
Column 2: Return Loss / SWR
 
Right now I have:
 
WRITE TEXT "FORM3; OUTPDATA;" EOL
READ BINARY Array1 REAL64, ARRAY:201,2
 
I tried capturing this with several different instructions (like FORM4 or FORM5 or SWR or OUTPDATF, OUTPFORF). I am able to grab the raw data with real and imaginery values but I really need it in a different format.
 
Regards,
Bharadvaj Podduturi
 
 

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