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Use this command to start the Spectrum Analyzer.

Syntax:

#1> xgscan [arguments]

#xgscan usage:
	xgscan -freq {<freq_start>[-<freq_end>[/<step>]],...}
    xgscan -rx-input {a, b, c}
	xgscan -duration {10...10000}
    xgscan -last
	xgscan -last [-web]
	xgscan -stream {V, H}

Commands and options description is given in the table below

CommandDescription

xgscan -freq {<freq_start>[-<freq_end>[/<step>]],...}

  • Fist (minimum) and last (maximum) frequency for scanning, scanning frequency step
  • It is recommended to set 1 MHz step value to get the more precise scanning results. Please note, the smaller the step, the more time it takes to scan. In order to detect the interference it is sufficient to set the step equal to the used bandwidth

xgscan -duration {10...10000}

  • Scanning duration of one frequency in milliseconds

xgscan -last

  • Final scanning results (stored until the reboot). From firmware version "v1.6.7" results available after reboot
xgscan -last [-web]
  • Final scanning results from web interface (stored until the reboot). From firmware version "v1.6.7" results available after reboot

xgscan -stream {V, H}

  • Polarization:
    • "V" - vertical
    • "H" - horizontal
Table - "xgscan" commands and options description

Figure - "xgscan" output example

Figure - "xgscan -last" output example

Figure - "xgscan -capabilities" output example