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Missions evolve but one thing stays the same: the need to protect those who go in harm's way. Success depends on a changing mix of people and technology. As technology becomes more complex, assuring readiness gets tougher.

Keysight is a source of assurance that your mission will succeed. Through our expertise in measurement science and test processes, we give you more time for the bigger issues: fulfilling today's mission and managing the transition to what comes next. By helping you build greater assurance in system readiness, Keysight frees you to focus where it counts most.

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Using MATLAB to Create Keysight Signal and Spectrum Analyzer Applications - Application Note 
Learn to use MATLAB software to configure, control, and acquire data from X-Series signal and spectrum analyzers, and then use scripts to create, modify and execute custom analyzer applications.

Application Note 2016-11-16

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Choosing the Test System Software Architecture - Application Note 
This application note is designed to help you quickly design a test system that produces reliable results and meets throughput requirements within budget. It explores the entire software development process, from gathering and documenting software requirements through design reuse considerations.

Application Note 2014-07-31

Modifying a GPIB System to Include LAN/LXI (AN 1465-26)  
This application note takes you through the process of replacing one instrument in a typical GPIB test system and shows how simple changes to the system software make it possible.

Application Note 2007-05-10

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