Agilent publishes Application Notes on Using Linux in Test Systems
- 1. Using Linux to Control LXI Instruments through TCP Communication
2. Using Linux to Control USB Instruments
Agilent Technologies strongly supports the move towards standard PC I/O interfaces, particularly LAN (Ethernet) and USB. These interfaces are supported natively by all modern operating systems, and Linux is no exception.
To view the application notes, sample software code and other resources please visit www.agilent.com/find/linux. To sign up to receive future editions of the series please visit www.agilent.com/find/sdg_signup.
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