Wow, it's been so long since I've used the measurement receiver that I've
about forgotten how it works.
I think I did those plots in Excel. Jim may have prettied them up a bit
with more legends for the PDF presentation.
Reading the manual, I think your only option in the Windows version is to
output the data to a file and pick it up in Excel, if desired. I don't
think the terminal version included the measurement receiver. But it's been
a while. You could still use it, but there may not be a subset of menu
functions devoted to it.
The reason you have the option to just scan the harmonics is that this
reduces the scan time a great deal. If you're interested in
non-harmonically related spurs, you'd do a more detailed scan.
" The second reason is that a display frequency calibration
allowing for the IF offset (3.26778MHz) is desirable.
I don't think that either command line or Windows versions
can do that."
Yes, the manual (User's Guide) says, "
The user must input the IF frequency, which is generally the center of the
crystal filter’s passband, and the frequency of the signal being examined.
In the harmonics mode, the software scans plus and minus 1 kHz of the
predicted harmonic frequencies to find the peak. Results for each harmonic
are displayed in the information box and may be put to a file.
In the Freq. Range mode, the software scans the user specified range of
frequencies. The information for all points is put to a file, which is
mandatory in this mode."
I guess I should play with it a bit to get more familiar with that
function, then revise the User's Guide as necessary.
On Wed, Jul 4, 2018 at 2:21 PM Tony Jaques <anthonyjaques94@...>