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FFT analyzer for MLS testing
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Old 20th September 2008, 11:37 PM   #1
sonicman is offline sonicman  United States
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Default FFT analyzer for MLS testing

Hello, newbie here with a question. I'm very experienced with using the 35670A for FFT analysis, but not for MLS testing. Has anyone here written any software, or have a setup for MLS testing on this box? Should I just get standalone software? Thanks in advance!
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