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Building Hybrid Test Systems. Ensuring success in two common development scenarios - Application Not
Application Note 1465-33. When you migrate to a hybrid system that includes LXI along with GPIB, VXI, PXI, or any other architecture, two scenarios are most typical, minimum development time and maximum overall performance
Application Note 2008-10-15
Migrating system software from GPIB to LAN/LXI (AN 1465-25) - Application Note
Migrating system software from GPIB to LAN/LXIis the sixth application note in a series designed to help you manage the shift to LXI from GPIB.
Application Note 2007-02-02
Using USB in the Test and Measurement Environment (AN 1465-12) - Application Note
Simplify test integration with USB interface. Whether you’re setting up an ad hoc system on a lab bench or designing a permanent solution for a manufacturing line, the three best choices today for connecting modern instrumentation to computers are GPIB, LAN, and USB.
Application Note 2004-11-19
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