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KS9600A KMF Visual Studio Developer Pack

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Provides useful development and debugging tools for use within the Microsoft Visual Studio environment. 

Includes the KMF Vector Debugge Visualizer.

  • Visual Studio 2013 or 2015 add-in that shows data in a graphical trace display
  • Displays the IVector's primary data in a graph on the left side of the window and all of the IVector's Metadata and DataMap key/value pairs in a property grid on the right side of the window
  • On the graph you can change the trace's Y-axis Format, X- and Y-axis Scaling, and trace display markers

For test solution developers this tool enables run-time examination of data and metadata (settings) flowing between various KMF plugins, including graphical visualization of data. 

Description

The Keysight Measurement Framework (KMF) software provides an easy to use software framework for rapid test solution development using Microsoft’s Visual Studio .NET environment. With KMF you can develop high- performance, scalable test measurement solutions which take full advantage of parallel processing multi-core CPUs for fastest measurement processing and testing speeds. KMF provides core framework libraries, Visual Studio developer tools, and measurement processing plugins that deliver trusted Keysight measurement algorithms in a componentized .dll form.

KMF Visual Studio Developer Pack provides useful development and debugging tools for use within the Microsoft Visual Studio environment. It includes the KMF Vector Debugger Visualizer, a Visual Studio 2013 or 2015 add-in for the IVector object that shows data in a graphical trace display. For test solution developers this tool enables run-time examination of data and metadata (settings) flowing between various KMF plugins, including graphical visualization of data.

As shown in the provided images above, the Vector Debugger Visualizer window displays the IVector's primary data in a graph on the left side of the window and all of the IVector's Metadata and DataMap key/value pairs in a property grid on the right side of the window. On the graph you can change the trace's Y-axis Format, X- and Y-axis Scaling, and trace display markers.

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