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  • Why USB VNAs?
    USB VNAs increase productivity and lower costs for test, quality control, and design applications, capitalizing on the ever-increasing performance of personal computers. Engineers using this format can downsize their equipment and experience significant productivity gains at a fraction of the cost
  • Six Things You Need to Know about USB Instrument Control
    With plug-and-play connectivity and the near ubiquity of USB ports on modern PCs and laptops, USB has become a popular choice for controlling stand-alone instrumentation. As more instrument manufacturers begin to include USB ports on their devices, it is important to understand several issues
  • Case study: Considerations for USB-based data acquisition and control to extend test capabilities in semiconductor validation
    New, high-performance USB-based data acquisition products are assisting the influx of USB into new markets. Simplicity, availability, flexibility, and a focus on embedded and OEM applications all contribute to this growing trend. USB is now the simplest and most interoperable choice for vendor
  • The Future for New Bus Technologies in Instrument Control and Connectivity
    For more than 20 years, scientists and engineers have widely used the IEEE 488 GPIB for automating instrumentation systems. As popular computer technology enters the test and measurement arena and buses such as USB, Ethernet, and IEEE 1394 are considered for instrument connectivity, questions arise
  • Touchscreens widen the outlook for LabView
    FPGA-based high-speed I/O. The FPT-1015 is a resistive touchscreen built on an industrial 15-in. flat-panel color LCD. It connects through a standard VGA port and USB. Typical applications are high-performance testing and functional test systems on the factory floor. The display also works
  • Computer Power User Article - Power User Accessories
    little speakers along. The V10 speakers offer plenty of sound for you and some friends, and they sound pretty darn good in our opinion. The speakers draw power from your notebook s USB port and have their own volume control buttons (though you can also control the volume via your media player software

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