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Question asked by VRFuser on May 12, 2008

I found it using the handy-dandy "Home/Programming" in PNA help where it has:



Programming Guide



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Two ways to find programming commands:



1.

From a simulated PNA User Interface

New

mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/XComFinderSet.htm

Legacy

mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/CommandFinderSet.htm



 



 

GPIB / SCPI

COM

2.

HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/GP-IB_Command_Finder/SCPI_Command_Tree.htm"Command Tree

HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/COM_Reference/Objects/The_Analyzer_Object_Model.htm"COM Object Model

See Also

HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/GPIB_Example_Programs/SCPI_Example_Programs.htm"Example Programs

HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/COM_Example_Programs/COM_Example_Intro.htm"Example Programs

HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/Learning_about_GPIB/Learning_about_GPIB.htm"Learning about GPIB

HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/Learning_about_COM/Learning_about_COM.htm"Learning about COM


 
And I use the "From a Simulated PNA user interface" to find the commands related to a pulldown, which are:
 

CALCulate<cnum>:MARKer<mkr>:SET <char> 


(Write-only) Sets the selected instrument setting to assume the value of the specified marker.

Marker Functions CENT, SPAN, STARt, and STOP do not work with channels that are in HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/S1_Settings/Sweep.htm#SweepTypeDiag"CW or HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/S1_Settings/Sweep.htm#segment"Segment Sweep mode.

HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:dataWorkPNAHelpFilespnahelp8_0.chm::/Programming/GP-IB_Command_Finder/Calculate/Marker.htm#Critical"See Critical Note

Parameters

 

<cnum>

Channel number of the measurement. There must be a selected measurement on that channel. If unspecified, <cnum> is set to 1.

<mkr>

Any marker number from 1 to 10; if unspecified, value is set to 1

<char>

Choose from:

CENTer - changes center frequency to the value of the marker

SPAN -  changes the sweep span to the span that is defined by the delta marker and the marker that it references. Unavailable if there is no delta marker.

STARt - changes the start frequency to the value of the marker

STOP - changes the stop frequency to the value of the marker

RLEVel - changes the reference level to the value of the marker

DELay - changes the line length at the receiver input to the phase slope at the active marker stimulus position.

Examples

CALC:MARK:SET CENT
calculate2:marker8:set span

Query Syntax

Not Applicable

HYPERLINK "javascript&#058;hhctrl.TextPopup(DefSCPI,'Arial,8',10,10,00000000,0xc0ffff)"Default

Not Applicable

 

 

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From: Walker, Richard [mailto:Richard.Walker@Herley.Com]
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2008 8:41 AM
To: PDL-LISTS,VRF (A-Lists,unix1)
Subject: [vrf] vrf - IEEE command for PNA - Marker > Delay?



Vee users,

            Can someone point me in the correct direction for the IEEE command (Marker to Delay)?

 

Thanks

 

Richard A. Walker

RF Automation Specialist, LLC

Cell: (631) 834-6293

 


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