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(1) if phi4[1] = {1} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) "4 is moduloval" ==> t4 will be {0} (2) if phi4[1] = {0} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) ==> without the moduloval "4", t4 would be {-3}, with the moduloval "4", t4 will actually be {1} The moduloval "4" is to keep the phases quadrature. Typically, phases (0,1,2,3) mean (0,90,180,270), similar with the phases in Bruker

(1) if phi4[1] = {1} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) "4 is moduloval" ==> t4 will be {0}

(2) if phi4[1] = {0} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) ==> without the moduloval "4", t4 would be {-3}, with the moduloval "4", t4 will actually be {1}

The moduloval "4" is to keep the phases quadrature. being 0,1,2 or 3. Typically, phases (0,1,2,3) mean (0,90,180,270), similar with the phases in Bruker

(1) if phi4[1] = {1} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) "4 is moduloval" ==> t4 will be {0}

(2) if phi4[1] = {0} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) ==> without the moduloval "4", t4 would be {-3}, with the moduloval "4", t4 will actually be {1}

The moduloval "4" is to keep the phases being 0,1,2 or 3. Typically, phases (0,1,2,3) mean (0,90,180,270), similar with the phases in BrukerBruker. The tssub/tsadd (varian) resemble ipp/dpp (bruker).

(1) if phi4[1] = {1} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) "4 is moduloval" ==> t4 will be {0}

(2) if phi4[1] = {0} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) ==> without the moduloval "4", t4 would be {-3}, with the moduloval "4", t4 will actually be {1}

The moduloval "4" is to keep the phases being 0,1,2 or 3. Typically, phases (0,1,2,3) mean (0,90,180,270), similar with the phases in Bruker. The tssub/tsadd (varian) resemble ipp/dpp -/+ (bruker).

(1) if phi4[1] = {1} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) "4 is moduloval" ==> t4 will be {0}

(2) if phi4[1] = {0} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) ==> without the moduloval "4", t4 would be {-3}, with the moduloval "4", t4 will actually be {1}

The moduloval "4" is to keep the phases being 0,1,2 or 3. Typically, phases (0,1,2,3) mean (0,90,180,270), similar with the phases in Bruker. The tssub/tsadd (varian) resemble -/+ dp/ip (bruker).

(1) if phi4[1] = {1} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) "4 is moduloval" ==> t4 will be {0}

(2) if phi4[1] = {0} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; tssub(t4,1,4) ==> without the moduloval "4", t4 would be {-3}, with the moduloval "4", t4 will actually be {1}

The moduloval "4" is to keep the phases being 0,1,2 or 3. Typically, phases (0,1,2,3) mean (0,90,180,270), similar with the phases in Bruker. bruker. The tssub/tsadd (varian) resemble dp/ip (bruker).(bruker). The difference is that the moduloval is default in bruker.