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- Andrew January 15, 2015 at 12:21 pm in reply to: SA Series Software Update
Hello Andy and Mark,
Andy, the new software release will not be dependent on the old software. Users will be able to have both applications installed side-by-side if they wish. We will continue to provide the downloads for the current software version 2.18. The new software release will have its own separate version numbering.
Mark, we will be supporting all SA44/SA124 devices. We have taken a new approach to storing the BIN files which will prevent the need to run the software as an administrator as well.
A.J.Andrew December 1, 2014 at 10:44 am in reply to: SA Series Software Update
Hi Andy — Yes, manual stepping of the TG will remain available. When you are not currently performing TG sweeps, you will be able to bring up a control panel to control the frequency and amplitude of the TG directly, including manually stepping the frequency a fixed amount (10Hz multiples).
A.J.Andrew November 20, 2014 at 9:41 am in reply to: SA Series Software Update
We are planning on having both a 32 and 64 bit C DLL which will be compatible with Labview. Some time after release we might consider integrating it into Labview for our users.
Hello and thank you for the kind words. Unfortunately, the BB60A does not have a flat noise floor, and there is no way to flatten it without ruining your measurements. This is one of the limitations of the BB60A. If you want to monitor multiple frequencies at once, the software allows you to place up to 6 markers on the screen.
A.J.Andrew November 14, 2014 at 9:55 am in reply to: HI DPI support in the application
Hello Maciej and thank you for your feedback.
In a future update, we hope that one will be able to move the toolbar around which will enable you to put the preset button in the bottom right as well as the top right.We have also talked about creating a touch compatible user interface, so it is nice to hear a customer request this feature. We will have to look into Windows scaling to determine what we can accomplish there.
As for using a BB60 on a single USB 3.0 port, unless it is a charging port, it is not recommended. You will experience symptoms typical of brown-outs.
Thanks again – A.J.Andrew November 13, 2014 at 9:49 am in reply to: TG44A Sweep to Path Loss conversion utility
Hey Phil, thank you for sharing this.