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Keysight system components help you easily integrate your system –whether you´re starting from scratch, or refreshing an existing system.

With system-ready instruments, open software, and PC-standard I/O (LXI/USB/VXI/PXI), you´re getting the best tools for your greatest designs.

Explore the resources here to see how you can get maximum leverage from Keysight´s test equipment and software.

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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

The LXI System You Didn’t Know You Were Using  
The Evaluation Engineering article talks about the strength and stealth of LXI and Ethernet connectivity.

Article 2014-04-07

 
LXI Brochure  
The Keysight LXI Brochure shows you how to open the door to simpler system creation.

Brochure 2014-04-07

 
6 Hints for Enhancing Measurement Integrity in RF/Microwave Test Systems - Application Note 

Application Note 2012-04-30

Using .NET Methods to Add Functionality to IVI-COM Drivers  
This application note discusses the use of .NET methods to add functionality to IVI-COM drivers to access a deeper set of instrument functionality with minimal programming.

Application Note 2012-03-01

Self-diagnosing Switch Matrix Video (3min) 

Demo 2010-11-14

 
Getting Test Programs Up and Running Quickly with Driver Tracing and I/O Monitor 
This note helps you create an example program and then shows you how to use driver tracing and IO Monitor to examine, verify and troubleshoot I/O activity in IVI-COM drivers.

Application Note 2009-05-05

Tips in Using Keysight GPIB Solutions in National Instrument’s LabVIEW Environment 
Tips for using Keysight GPIB solutions in National Instrument’s LabVIEW environment.

Application Note 2009-03-04

Application Note: Tips & Tricks for Using USB, GPIB, & LAN (AN 1465-20) 
Application Note: Tips & Tricks for Connectivity

Application Note 2009-01-22

Using IVI For Your Instrument Driver - Application Note 
This application note describes the use of IVI drivers in your test system to determine when IVI is the right choice

Application Note 2008-11-14

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

Keysight LXI Compliant E5818A Trigger Box - Understanding Its Capability and Use Cases 
Learn more about the LXI Compliant E5818A trigger box and its capabilities through this white paper. You will also discover how to create a precise time synchronization system over LAN or enhance trigger operations applications.

Application Note 2008-07-25

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Building Hybrid Test Systems Part 1: Laying the groundwork for a successful transition 

Application Note 2008-03-19

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Tips for Optimizing Test System Performance in Linux Soft Real-Time Applications (AN 1465-31) 
This application note offers several tips for optimizing the soft real-time performance of off-the-shelf Linux systems.

Application Note 2008-02-19

Using Linux to Control USB Instruments (AN 1465-30) - Application Note 
Keysight’s USB instruments are compatible with USBTMC, a vendor-independent device class for test and measurement resources. This application note explains how USBTMC works and how you can use the generic services to control your USB instruments.

Application Note 2007-11-07

LXI Test System Provides Flexibility for Testing Automobile Antenna Amplifiers 

Application Note 2007-10-30

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Using Linux to Control LXI Instruments Through VXI-11 (AN 1465-28) 
VXI-11 is one of two alternative protocols used by most LAN-based instruments. It is based on RPC (Remote Procedure Calls). This application note explains how VXI-11 works and discusses a number of programming examples.

Application Note 2007-07-08

Using Linux To Control LXI Instruments Through TCP (AN 1465-29) 
TCP is one of two alternative protocols used by most LAN-based instruments. It is the more elegant from a programming standpoint. This application note explains how instrument control works through TCP.

Application Note 2007-06-13

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

Using Linux in Your Test Systems: Linux Basics (AN 1465-27) 
If you haven’t used Linux in test applications, this document will provide a detailed overview. Topics include: A brief Linux history, why use Linux, free tools available for application development and an instrument control overview.

Application Note 2007-05-08

Using the VISA COM I/O API in .NET - Application Note 
The Microsoft .NET architecture has many features that make it an excellent environment for Test & Measurement programmers. VISA COM I/O is an update of the older VISA C API to work in and with COM technology.

Application Note 2007-03-16

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Standardized Core Makes Building and Supporting a Functional Test System Easier and Less Costly 
This note demonstrates how to use LXI instruments to create a standardized core - the open test platform (OTP), for building test systems.

Application Note 2007-02-23

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 Synthetic Instruments in Your Test System (AN 1465-24) 
This note represents a brief history of SI, compares a rack-and-stack system to an SI-based system, descibes the initial applications of SIs, and illustrates the emulation of conventional instruments with SIs.

Application Note 2006-08-28

How to Use VXI and PXI in Your New LXI Test System (AN 1465-23) 

Application Note 2006-06-06

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