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Thread: Oscilloscope "plotter" output capture
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face BY : mike@TakeThisOuTwhitewing.co.uk



On Mon, 19 Mar 2001 10:34:36 +0000, you wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I have a Phillips PM3382 oscilloscope that has an RS232 plotter output
>(GPIB?) GPIB ius a difefrent type of interface, not a data format. If it;s
RS232 it's not GPIB!
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Output is probably HPGL. Many graphics programs, e.g. Corel Draw can
import HPGL, so if you capture the data to a file (maybe using
terminal software), you should then be able to import it as a HPGL
file.
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