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ALW:
10" display, no docking

joeqsmith:
Wow!!  No wonder you were having problems viewing it.   Maybe John was attempting to run it on a small tablet as well.   

ALW:
@joeqsmith thanks again for sharing this incredible piece of SW. I still can't believe I am using a little cheap box with this professional interface.
I am trying to analyze the recorded sweep data in Igorpro for prototyping a medical radar application (trying to visualize heartbeat / breathing by analyzing the phase of the signal reflected by the body surface).
If you find the time, could you provide some short hint how the binary sweep data are structured in the recorded sweep file? Little / big endian, byte index, port1 port2 interleave,...
Thanks a lot in advance, best regards
Albrecht

joeqsmith:
Someone else asked a similar question.   If you know what format you need, document it.  Make sure you include every detail.  It can be ASCII or anything else you want.     

ALW:
What I need would be similar to a touchstone s2p file:
Columns
Freq Re{S11}  Im{S11}  Re{S21}  Im{S21}
or alternatively
Freq MagS11 PhS11 MagS21 PhS21

Lines
Freq1
Freq2
...
Freq1
Freq2
...
for continuous sweeps

If it is ASCII or binary doesn't matter, I could read both as long as I know the header / offset and byte structure of the binary.

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