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  • Introducing the LXI Interface (.pdf)
    Beginning with firmware release, several series of LeCroy oscilloscopes include a new remote control option: LXI, or LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation. LXI is the latest industry standard for LAN connectivity to instruments and modular systems.
  • LXI Clears the Way to Smarter Instruments
    sequencing and control, and built-in functions targeted at specific T&M applications. This paper details how the capabilities included in the LXI (LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation) Standard enhance and accelerate the trend toward smarter instruments. It examines how the new generation of LXI
  • Understanding LAN/LXI for Instrument Control
    . In particular, LAN is well-suited for distributed applications, but not necessarily for desktop measurements or automated test. This paper will examine LAN in detail as it pertains to instrument control. An emerging standard for LAN-based instruments, LXI (LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation
  • LXI-Based Instrumentation Connects and Synchronizes Hundreds of Data Test Points
    LXI-Based Data Acquisition Makes for Happier Landings Hooking up test instrument arrays has become as easy as plugging in a phone. * Ethernet-connected instrumentation replaces older proprietary instrument networks with off-the-shelf connectivity. * LXI instruments use hardware and software
  • LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI) Overview
    The functional test and data acquisition community has been instrumental in the development of many industry standards ranging from the definition of communication interfaces to instrumentation backplanes. These functional requirements are often tightly coupled to, and have evolved from, the
  • GPIB: Challenges and Potentials
    Adopted by a wide range of instrumentation applications, the General Purpose Interface Bus (GPIB) is now being challenged by emerging standards such as USB and LXI. This article examines the development potentials for GPIB and analyzes the future of this technology. A brief overview discusses
  • Medical Device Link .
    . This article examines the principles behind the product development process, and the role these principles play in the larger context of research, development, and manufacturing. It also illustrates how a standardized process at (Fullerton, CA) guided the development and launch of the Synchron LXi

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