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automating NanoVNA saverRe: [nanovnav2] Python or Matlab file for nanoVNA SAA2


Jim Lux 2021/07/06 07:26

On 7/6/21 6:26 AM, Albert Kleyn wrote:
> I have the NanoVNA SAA2 ( with the N type connectors)
> Mine works fine with the NanoVNA-Saver S/W
> As I mainly use it for Antenna measurements this does me fine.
> Albert
> EI7II.
>
Good news for Khalid..

I use NanoVNA-Saver a lot, but lately, i've been using a more stripped
down program nanovna.py (that is for the original ones only, I think),
because it has a useful command line interface.

I've been looking at NanoVNA-Saver to see if I could split it into a
front end/backend architecture - front end for the (optional) GUI, back
end for the "run the VNA" - but it looks to be a fair amount of work. I
like the multiplatform aspect of NanoVNA-Saver and a somewhat richer
feature set (i.e. calibrations).



Kevin O'Brien 2021/07/06 12:25

Hi Jim,

I also like the multi-platform aspects of NanoVNA-Saver, but wanted a
command line interface.

I wrote a simple Python script, attached, which provides a command line or
Jupyter notebook interface to the NanoVNA-Saver internals for calibration,
frequency domain measurements, and TDR measurements.

It worked well for a class I taught last semester using the V2 and V2Plus4.

Regards,
Kevin


On Tue, Jul 6, 2021 at 10:26 AM Jim Lux <jim@luxfamily.com> wrote:

Jim Lux 2021/07/06 09:47

On 7/6/21 9:25 AM, Kevin O'Brien wrote:
> Hi Jim,
>
> I also like the multi-platform aspects of NanoVNA-Saver, but wanted a
> command line interface.
>
> I wrote a simple Python script, attached, which provides a command
> line or Jupyter notebook interface to the NanoVNA-Saver internals for
> calibration, frequency domain measurements, and TDR measurements.
>
> It worked well for a class I taught last semester using the V2 and
> V2Plus4.
>
> Regards,
> Kevin


This is quite nice.. thanks.. you should do a pull request and see if
you can add it to nanovna-saver...

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