Remote Spectrum Monitor™ MS27201A User Guide : Spectrum Monitor Measurements : Main Menu
Main Menu
The main menu is the primary access point for all instrument controls and measurement selections. The main function for each main menu button is described below.
Main Menu 
Contains all frequency control settings such as center frequency, start and stop frequency, span, frequency offset, and frequency step. Refer to Setting Frequency Parameters.
Provides access to all amplitude-related settings including reference level, graticule scale, and attenuator/preamp settings. Refer to Setting Amplitude Parameters.
Provides access to resolution and video bandwidth settings and Auto ratios, and sets the bandwidth filter types. Refer to Setting Bandwidth Parameters.
Provides trace/cursor and detection-related controls to set trace/cursor behaviors, presets, and access to the trace/detector settings table. Refer to Setting Trace Parameters.
Provides controls for sweep behaviors, number of measurement points, and gated sweep settings (Option 90). Refer to Setting Sweep Parameters.
Used to enable and set all marker-related parameters and provides access to the marker table. Refer to Setting Up Markers.
Provides controls for setting up limit lines and limit alarms. Refer to Setting Up Limit Lines.
Controls the trigger source, delay and holdoff, and trigger slope settings. Refer to Setting Up Triggering.
Used to select measurements such as spectrum, channel power, occupied bandwidth, adjacent channel power, spectral emissions mask, and opens the spectrogram. Refer to Setting Up Advanced Measurements.
Measurement controls for setting up advanced measurements. Refer to Setting Up Advanced Measurements).
Opens the PRESET menu with selective trace, marker, limits, and measurement preset commands, or an all inclusive preset command. Refer to Presetting the Monitor.
Used to save and recall instrument setups and measurements, limit lines, and screen images. Also provides access to save on event controls. Refer to FILE Menu.
Using Menus
Instrument setup, control, and measurement functions are performed through the use of menus. Menu behaviors are summarized below:
Clicking a main menu button opens an associated menu.
The name of the button clicked in the main menu is reflected in the title bar of the resulting menu.
Menu buttons can change for various measurement settings, instrument setup parameters, and measurement views.
Clicking the corresponding main menu button for a menu closes the menu.
Clicking status data, a parameter field, or label in the display area opens the corresponding menu and the associated keypad for editing that parameter setting.
Clicking Accept, Cancel, or the X in the upper right corner closes the menu or keypad.