Many broadcast applications require monitoring a transmitter and observing the output amplitude vs. frequency. For FM radio applications, a common mask is defined by the National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC) and is commonly referred to as the FM NRSC mask.
A very helpful SIGLENT owner, Dan from Alabama Broadcast Services, LLC, built an FM NRSC Mask tool using our original AM NRSC mask python code (found below):
This program was built using Python 2.7 and helps create masks around user-defined centre frequencies.
Here is the URL to the zipped download of the finished Python code: