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 ====== Peak Opt ====== ====== Peak Opt ======
  
 <font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​**Description:​**</​font>​ <font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​**Description:​**</​font>​
  
-<font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​Optimizes the pulse position using sub-sample shifting.</​font>​+<font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​Optimizes the pulse position using sub-sample shifting. After Peak Opt the peak of the pulse will be situated on an integer sample number, rather than between samples.</​font>​
  
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 <font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​**Use:​**</​font>​ <font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​**Use:​**</​font>​
  
-<font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​If a measurement was carried out without PeakOpt, if an external pulse was loaded or "the tip of the pulse was curved" ​by SubsampleShift, ​maxima ​of the peak can be drawn back onto an even sample. This helps with the consideration,​ congruence analysis of two impulses, or the IACC evaluation.</​font>​+<font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​If a measurement was carried out without PeakOpt, ​or if an external pulse was loaded or the peak of the pulse was previously moved by SubsampleShift, ​the maximum ​of the peak can be drawn back onto an integer ​sample. This helps with the consideration,​ congruence analysis of two impulses, or the IACC evaluation.</​font>​
  
 <font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​The actual data (amplitude, etc.) are not changed. (only the excess phase in the decimal area)</​font>​ <font 14px/Arial, sans-serif;;​initial;;#​ffffff>​The actual data (amplitude, etc.) are not changed. (only the excess phase in the decimal area)</​font>​
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