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Multi-channel signals with the Keysight E1440A
The attached Application Note is an example describing the test of vehicle receivers used in Decca-type location systems that require a number of synthesizers to simulate the signals from a number of fixed transmitters. The frequencies, which are multiples of the master transmitter frequency...

Application Note 2004-02-20

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IO Libraries support of IEEE 1394 CardBus/PCMCIA Cards
Windows 98 SE/Me/2000/XP have built-in support for IEEE 1394, enabling us to support several IEEE 1394 CardBus/PCMCIA Cards.

Application Note 2002-09-11

Understanding FireWire
New Serial Interface Promises Easier, Faster, and Cheaper Instrument Control Scaleable, flexible, and plug-and-play, FireWire (aka IEEE specification 1394.1995) is an ideal interface to connect...

Application Note 2002-06-27

VXI System Helps IC Package Company Test ICs
In recent years IC density have been increasing. Read how VXI Systems can help solve these test issues.

Application Note 2001-12-20

I/O Libraries Supported Interfaces - Application Note
IO Library

Application Note 2001-12-12

Functional Test & Data Acquisition I/O Benchmarks
The following benchmarks compare computer I/O performance in functional test and data acquisition applications.

Application Note 2001-12-04

VXI I/O Using the IEEE 1394 Serial Bus (FireWire)
FireWire, IEEE 1394, IEC 1883. These titles refer to a high-speed serial bus that is literally a new standard for transmitting data between PCs and consumer electronics.

Application Note 2001-04-13

VXI-Based Test Station Reduces Development Cost and Cycle Time
This article describes a system called the Hellfire II Common Core Test Station which can be used for both military and commerical uses.

Application Note 2001-04-13

Firewire for VXIbus, The Keysight E8491B
IEEE 488, known also as HP-IB or GPIB, started out as one of the first ways to connect a computer to external instrumentation.

Application Note 2001-04-10

Using VXI to Reduce Test-System Size and Cost
describes how how VXI hardware and updated software can simplify the redesign of older test systems

Application Note 2001-04-10

Design Verification for Mobile Phones
A European manufacturer of mobile phones is using HP VEE to dial-up higher profits and greater market share.

Application Note 2001-04-09

Increasing Test System Throughput with IEEE 1394: Keysight E8491B
The Measure of a System No matter how sophisticated or complete a test system, the ultimate measure of its worth is the rate at which it can turn out tested (good) products - in a word, throughput. Throughput is affected by a variety of factors, important among which is the choice of slot...

Application Note 2000-04-01

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Airframe Testing (AN 1270-8)
Hundreds of strain and stress points on an airframe and wings are measured with a high-speed Keysight VXI Data Acquistion System. Description A newly designed aircraft must be thoroughly tested before it can be flown. Hydraulic stress testing is a common technique for checking the strength and...

Application Note 1995-06-01

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Vehicle Body Testing (AN 1270-5)
Application Note 1270-5 describes how an HP System submits a vehicle to a variey of test track stress conditions and measures the resulting performance on material fatigue and stress.

Application Note 1995-06-01

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Prototype Jet Engine Characterization (AN 1270-3)
In Application Note 1270-3 a 13 slot VXI Data Acquisition System is used during the testing of jet engine prototypes to log data on a multitude of performance parameters to refine design characteristics.

Application Note 1995-06-01

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On-Road Vehicle Testing (AN 1270-6)
In Application Note 1270-6 on-road prototype vehicle performance characterization is accomplished by the use of a 13 slot VXI Data Acquisition System and computerized real time data analysis.

Application Note 1995-06-01

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