0 can someone4 explain how the tssub command works. For example, for phi4[1] = {1} ; settable(t4, 1, phi4) ; what does the moduloval do ? for example, what does tssub(t4,1,4) do ? i have always worked on bruker and i am trying to understand a varian pulse program. asked Jan 19 '17 at 13:13

 0 (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). The difference is that the moduloval is default in bruker. answered Sep 27 '17 at 03:12
 0 Hello, there is a nice "older" manual about how the hard- and software of a Varian UnityInova works: https://www.chem.wisc.edu/~cic/nmr/Guides/VarianVNMRmanuals/VNMRPulseSequences--VNMR61C--01-999014-00RevA0398--0199901400a.pdf The manual is about programming a pulse sequence. How this works! There is no pulsprogrammer direct code - it's is in "C" code coded. The basics is the same - the language is different! Yours, Ulrich answered Mar 02 '17 at 02:12 Ulrich Haunz 210

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