Re: 11801 NVRAM
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I think you refer to my message #158778. The GPIB command ccalcorrection does the job. That command was present in the CSA803A but not yet in the CSA803.This suggests that the calibration constants were introduced in the later models. So I suppose this feature is also not yet present in your 11801.
As far as I know there is no GPIB command to read memory contents. The Debug facility in the Extended Diagnostics menu can show memory contents at the scope screen; see also 11801 Diagnostics pdf, section 5.2.7. For viewing the time base NVRAM the Time Base subsystem should be selected in the E.D. menu. With Debug I could not find the GPIB commands in the firmware; probably some memory bank switching is needed to access the proper memory chips. I based my above mentioned conclusion on chip memory dumps obtained from elsewhere.
On Sun, Sep 15, 2019 at 07:59 PM, Reginald Beardsley wrote: