IEEE-488 General Purpose Instrumentation Bus Manual

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Anthony J. Caristi
Academic Press, 1989 - Automatic checkout equipment. - 253 pages
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Written by a working designer of IEEE-488 installations, this guide covers GPIB addressing and communications, complete GPIB protocols and hardware (including the new IEEE-488.2 standard which has solved many of the user problems plaguing the GPIB in the past), programming requirements, and increasing systems performance. Includes examples of how real-world GPIB systems are designed, installed, and maintained; and nine appendices provide quick reference to IEEE-488.2 commands and queries and the electrical and mechanical specifications for IEEE-488 systems. Key Features * Written by a working designer of IEEE-488 installations, this book covers addressing and communications, protocols, hardware (including modems, expanders, and extenders), GPIB devices and functions, programming, and much more; You will discover how to * increase data acquisition and processing performance * design "human friendly" system interfaces * use "Tektronix standard" codes and formats

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