Does the Header File .HDR Saved by a ScopeCorder Contain the Instrument Settings?

Unfortunately, the header file .HDR saved by the ScopeCorder does not contain the instrument settings. If the .WVF and .HDR file pair was saved by the DL750/DL750P/SL1400, you may reload the WVF file back into the instrument and obtain the instrument settings in the system overview. If you perform the "Save" or "Save As" within Xviewer, to save the .WVF and .HDR file pair, you cannot reload the .WVF file back into the instrument.

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