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RE: Streamer V/I take 2
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- Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 10:16:10 -0600
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Original poster: "Denicolai, Marco" <Marco.Denicolai@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I'll give it a try in C.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tesla list [mailto:tesla@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: 26. heinäkuuta 2005 03:01
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> Subject: Re: Streamer V/I take 2
> Original poster: David Speck <Dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> If you look at:
> It gives the internal format of WFM files. Shouldn't be to
> hard to convert the data to CSV format if you are comfortable
> with PERL or a BASIC dialect.
> Tesla list wrote:
> >Original poster: "Denicolai, Marco" <Marco.Denicolai@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Hi Terry,
> >The LeCroy DSO I used do writes to HD diskettes CSV files.
> Sadly they
> >are over 0.5 MB large, they are missing most of the setup data (H/V
> >resolutions, etc.) and they are in ADC step units! I can't have more
> >than 3 of them on each diskette.
> >The other option is "binary" files (only 200 KB each), with .WFM
> >extension. Now WFM is a Tektronix format and Tektronix provides
> >utilities to convert it to CSV, TXT, etc. Sadly, again, they
> all return
> >error when attempting to convert the LeCroy bit-mousse.
> >I think my only chance is to drive to the lab, reread the
> WFMs into the
> >DSO, rewrite them one by one as CSV to some diskettes and voila.
> >Finger gymnastics...:)
> >Best Regards