I am trying to write a labview program to communicate with an E8362B that also has to be compatible with an E5071C. Specifically I am using the time domain option to measure the delay in a system. How compatible are the programming syntax (I am using SCPI commands) for using the markers - they look quit different??

I am having a hard time finding the peak value in the time domain with programing both machines seem to have. I am defaulting to just getting the X and Y data back for the instrument and finding the peak in my software. I am not able to get the X data back, time in this case. I use the CALCulate<cnum>:DATA? Fdata command but all I get back is the Y axis. How do I get the x Axis data?

Is there an easier way to do this? I am not able to find an example yet of this.

I am having a hard time finding the peak value in the time domain with programing both machines seem to have. I am defaulting to just getting the X and Y data back for the instrument and finding the peak in my software. I am not able to get the X data back, time in this case. I use the CALCulate<cnum>:DATA? Fdata command but all I get back is the Y axis. How do I get the x Axis data?

Is there an easier way to do this? I am not able to find an example yet of this.

X-data:

SENS[n]:X?Create marker:

CALC[n]:MARK[m] ONMarker max:

CALC[n]:MARK[m]:FUNC:EXEC MAXRead marker:

CALC[n]:MARK[m]:X?andCALC[n]:MARK[m]:Y?See also the

CALC[n]:MARK[m]:FORM <format>statement.[n] is the channel number (defaults to 1)

[m] is the marker number (defaults to 1)

(Note: If you use

CALC[n]:MARK[m]:FUNC:TRAC ONafter theEXECcommand, then you can omit theEXECstatement from subsequent sweeps.)