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It would be great if REW would automatically cancel out of a measure as soon as it detected it was out of headroom and clipping occurred. For example, I may have it set to do 2 or 3 sweeps. One-forth of the way through the first sweep it runs out of headroom. But it continues to sweep and measure all 2 or 3 times (per the # of sweeps set). All the while the readings are useless due to the clipping.

Then at the end it warns me if I want to reject the measure since it clipped. Instead it would be great if it would just abort as soon as clipping is detected. As it is now I just keep an eye on it and as soon as I see it clip I hit Cancel. Would be a nice touch if it would do this on its own. Thanks.
 

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A small amount of clipping doesn't necessarily invalidate a measurement as log sweep is pretty good at rejecting the associated non-linearities, but could perhaps cancel if a significant number of clipped samples are detected. I'll add that to my todo list.
 
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