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E4440A error handling reference level via SCPI

Question asked by miyamky on Jul 19, 2012
Latest reply on Sep 7, 2012 by tabbott
We're using firmware A.11.20

If my PSA is at a low attenuation, say 0 dB, and I issue the SCPI command to set the reference level (it's embedded in a string of commands) high, say 20 dBm, I get no errors reported but (probably as expected) the PSA sets the reference level to -10 dBm.

I've since fixed the code to set the attenuation first but I would've thought that setting the reference level to something other than what is specified would produce an error.