Modern Remote and Wireless Test Setup and Considerations
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In our global society we continue to become more and more connected wirelessly to each other and to data or information. The basis or foundation of our global connectivity is Ethernet or LAN which is a hard wired networking standard. We have witnessed and are still witnessing an explosion in low cost wireless devices that sit on the edge of LAN networks and handheld portable wireless computing devices that allow us to access a LAN network from anywhere. In this presentation we will discuss how we can use these various off the shelf devices to access LXI instruments wirelessly from anywhere at any time and some of the security tradeoffs associated with ubiquitous access.
Who should attend:
Test designers and engineers, R&D engineers, design validation engineers, field and maintenance supervisors and engineers, system designers and engineers, instrumentation specialists and engineers
Related product information:
- LXI - LAN eXtensions for Instruments
- Smart Device Programming Tools and Examples for Instrument Control
The Presenter: Neil Forcier
Neil Forcier served in the US Navy as an Electronic Test Equipment Calibration Technician on board the USS Harry S Truman CVN-75. Neil earned his bachelors degree in engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, University Park campus. He is currently working as an Application Engineer for the System Products Division at Agilent Technologies. Currently at Agilent his areas of focus include remote instrument control, timing measurements, and advanced power applications.
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