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Cal Set And VI
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on Oct 11, 2010
on Oct 12, 2010 by bhokkan
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How can I apply a Cal Set to the channel, with the SCPI commands, if I haven't got the SENS:CORR:CSET:ACT command.?
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Oct 12, 2010 8:02 AM
Hello. If your PNA does not have the
command then I believe it must have Firmware Revision A.05.25 or lower, because that command was introduced in the A.06.04.xx firmware versions. The command that was used in those previous revisions for selecting a calset is
. Note that the topic (in the above link) for the ACTivate command mentions that it 'supersedes' that command. GUIDs were originally intended to be the way to ensure each calset would always have a unique identifier, but in the more recent years we just began ensuring the calset names had to be unique also, and provided name-based commands to make remote use/manipulation of calsets a little easier.
is the command you can use to get the list of GUIDs of the calsets you have; note that the optional argument ('NAME' or 'GUID') was added in the newer firmware revisions, so with your revision you do not pass an argument to the query and it always returns the calsets GUIDs.
The other way to select a calset into a channel is the 'heavy-handed' way which is to load your saved calibrated instrument state file (
). Note that with Firmware A.05.25 and lower, you would use CST ('.cst' files) for that, because the '.csa' file format ('CSAR' command) was introduced in firmware revisions A.06.04.xx and higher.
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