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16 May 2007 (Updated )

GUI for resonator measurement and data download from Signal Analyzers and Oscilloscopes

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res_meas.m
RES_MEAS is a gui for interfacing with signal analyzers and oscilloscopes. RES_MEAS has three main goals:
1) to capture and download trace data from a variety of instruments (analyzers and scopes).
2) to save and load data files for viewing away from the instrument.
3) to automate resonator analysis.

RES_MEAS can be used to download, display, and save the data from any kind of instrument that creates traces on a screen (i.e., signal analyzers, oscilloscopes).
Data can be downloaded from the instrument and saved to a file for viewing later. Data can be saved in ascii or binary formats. The plots can be saved as graphics files. RES_MEAS can also automatically measure and analyze resonator network (sweep) measurements.

RES_MEAS is built using the KPIB functions. Instrument communication is by GPIB. RES_MEAS supports the analyzers and scopes supported by KPIB v4.97:

Hewlett-Packard 89410A
Hewlett-Packard 4395A
Hewlett-Packard 4195A
Hewlett-Packard 8753ES
Agilent E5070B/E5071B
Hewlett-Packard 8560A
Tektronix TDS family oscilloscopes
HP Infiniium Oscilloscopes

Acknowledgements

Kpib: Kenny Purpose Interface Bus inspired this file.

Required Products Instrument Control Toolbox
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.3 (R2006b)
Other requirements -kpib.m (file ID 43486) -For data acquisition, the Instrument Control toolbox and GPIB interface hardware are required. -Loading and viewing saved data sets has no special requirements
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12 Oct 2011 Srikanth

Hello. Thanks for this file. I am trying to connect/grab data from HP 4195A Network Analyzer. I am able to communicate with the instrument via Matlab's tmtool, but for some reason res_meas claims that there is no instrument at the gpib address. Any ideas on what could cause this? Thanks

Updates
18 May 2007

fix description

24 May 2007

v4.59 fix marker bug in Grab

11 Feb 2008

Add support for new analyzer (HP 4195A)

15 Dec 2009

v4.7 support for AG_E5071B
        bugfixes

16 May 2010

v4.74 add HP Infiniium scope

30 Sep 2010

v5: added ringdown analysis; menu item for feedthrough extraction

06 Oct 2010

v5.1: bugfixes related to compiling the application on Windows.

19 Sep 2013

update reference to kpib v4.97

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