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 3. GQ EMF EF Meter RF Spectrum Power Analyzer
 X, Y, Z components of EMF

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cirleacatalin Posted - 01/25/2022 : 02:39:31
I have an EMF390 and i want to see the x,y,z components when i export the data.
How can i see them?
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EmfDev Posted - 02/06/2023 : 11:17:17
Hi igor4, thank you for your suggestion. I will pass it to the team to discuss.
igor4 Posted - 02/03/2023 : 14:19:10
Could the developers add to the GQ EMF Pro program the import of measured data along the x,y,z axes?
Without this mode, the functionality of the device is significantly reduced, and in my case, without this mode, its purchase does not make sense.
EmfDev Posted - 01/25/2022 : 10:41:08
Hi cirleacatalin, the x,y,z data are not recorded individually from the device

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