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.
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).
> On Tue, 6 Jul 2021 at 14:07, Jim Lux <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> On 7/6/21 4:42 AM, Khalid Ibne Masood Khalid wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am looking for any python or matlab program to communicate
> with my
> > nanovna saa2. The matlab file in
> > https://github.com/qrp73/NanoVNA-MATLAB
> > <https://github.com/qrp73/NanoVNA-MATLAB
> <https://github.com/qrp73/NanoVNA-MATLAB>> does not work with my
> > Has anyone tried to write a compatible matlab or python file?
> > give me some hints.
> > Thank you.
> > Khalid
> > _._
> I think NanoVNA-Saver will talk to a SAA2 - there's a
> NanoVNA_V2.py in
> the hardware subdirectory with all the other NanoVNA variants.
> assuming a SAA2 is the same as a V2, one never knows with the
> of versions out there)