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   * The **Number of Subranges** is used to divide the spectra in equidistant ranges. In each one of this ranges the algorithm only shows a fixed number of peaks. The more the subranges introduced, the more peaks that may be shown.   * The **Number of Subranges** is used to divide the spectra in equidistant ranges. In each one of this ranges the algorithm only shows a fixed number of peaks. The more the subranges introduced, the more peaks that may be shown.
-  * The **Margin (dB)** value is a parameter that is only considered when there is a **limit** ploted along with the measurement. In that case, EMSCOPE automatically provides a list of all the emission peaks that are above the limit or close below by the margin value. If all emissions fall below this margin, the user will receive an empty list. In order to include emissions far below the limit, the margin must be increased so that it covers the distance between the emissions and the limit. For instance, if there is a peak 20 dB below the limit and it is desired to have it automatically in the output list, the margin should be 20 dB at least. If there is no limit, the Margin (dB) value is skipped and the software shows the maximum number of "​highest emissions"​ it is able to find.+  * The **Margin (dB)** value is a parameter that is only considered when there is a **limit** ploted along with the measurement. In that case, EMSCOPE automatically provides a list of all the emission peaks that are above the limit or close below by the margin value. If all emissions fall below this margin, the user will receive an empty list. In order to include emissions far below the limit, the margin must be increased so that it covers the distance between the emissions and the limit. For instance, if there is a peak 20 dB below the limit and it is desired to have it automatically in the output list, the margin should be 20 dB at least. If there is no limit, the Margin (dB) value is skipped and the software shows the maximum number of "​highest emissions"​ it is able to find.
  
 When clicking on “Generate Report”, measurement results are summed up in a report that can be downloaded in a PDF format file. The user is free to add a Logo in the document. When clicking on “Generate Report”, measurement results are summed up in a report that can be downloaded in a PDF format file. The user is free to add a Logo in the document.
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