Data file output format

UltraMSK has a number of data file output format option. The -l option produces three column ASCII encoded data files. The first column is the time is seconds since midnight UTC, the second column is the signal amplitude in dB (0 dB is full scale) and the third column is the signal phase in degrees. An example is shown below.

[james@swan UltraMSK-1.0.2-F17]$ more NWC20120831.txt 
% UltraMSK: version 1.0.2
% Site: swan
% Date: 2012-08-31
% Frequency: 19800.000000 Hz
% Baud Rate: 200 Hz
% VLF Channel: 3
% PPS Channel: 8
% Jack Server: default
% Output Format: Polar
% End             
18820.000  -46.38   45.39
18821.000  -46.49   62.36
18822.000  -46.21   63.96
18823.000  -46.35   69.21
18824.000  -46.32   76.19
18825.000  -46.27   79.76
18826.000  -46.04   82.63
18827.000  -45.95   82.49
18828.000  -46.15   83.51
18829.000  -46.04   85.51
18830.000  -45.91   86.76
18831.000  -45.74   86.53
18832.000  -45.70   86.24
18833.000  -45.58   83.97
18834.000  -45.54   84.92
18835.000  -45.66   82.93
18837.000  -45.72   82.48
18838.000  -45.44   81.52
18839.000  -45.63   80.01
18840.000  -45.61   79.36

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