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hardware:dbbc.calibration [2013/01/30 23:37]
Jim Lovell
hardware:dbbc.calibration [2013/10/02 03:56] (current)
Jim Lovell
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 ====== DBBC Calibration ====== ====== DBBC Calibration ======
   * Apply a tone of 764 MHz at -15 dBm to one input 1 of all four CoMos   * Apply a tone of 764 MHz at -15 dBm to one input 1 of all four CoMos
-  * Use dbbc_config_file_102_calibration.txt+  * Use dbbc_config_file_104_calibration.txt
   * Set dbbcifa/​b/​c/​d=3,​agc,​1 (i.e. input 3, filter 1)   * Set dbbcifa/​b/​c/​d=3,​agc,​1 (i.e. input 3, filter 1)
 +  * Once gains have stabilised, turn off the agc loop with dbbc=dbbcgain=all,​man
   * Run "​calibration"​ in DBBC Control   * Run "​calibration"​ in DBBC Control
 +  * dbbc=dbbcgain=all,​agc
   * The results are written to  C:\ as yyyy-ddddThhmmss-calib.txt   * The results are written to  C:\ as yyyy-ddddThhmmss-calib.txt
-  * The file has 5 columds: phase, CoMo A/B/C/D value. Pick the phase at the null past the first peak.+  * The file has 5 columns: phase, CoMo A/B/C/D value. Pick the phase at the null past the first peak.
  
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