Thank you very much Afonso. Can one save the time domain data that way as well? Form what I can see the .specan file contains the frequnecy domain information.
My thinking was, given that we can already transfer ~40MHz worth of spectral data for each scan, can we do the same for the raw data for each scan. Based on your response, I guess the answer to my question is no for RSA306B. By the way, we also have a RSA5126B. I wonder if that can transfer such files?
RSA306B has 40MHz wide real-time acquisition bandwidth, and one can export I/Q-samples associated with the bandwidth to a file for processing in another tool. What we would like to do is to capture a signal which is 800MHz wide and process this offline. What’s the best way to do this? We understand that RSA306B scans 40MHz at a time to do a stitched spectrum, so we think there must be a way to capture each 40MHz scan data. If recording the raw I/Q-samples is not possible, is there a way to record the spectrum information of the 800 MHz signal for post-processing?
Thank you very much for all your help and advice with this.