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Agilent Introduces Add-Ins For Compliance Applications

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Agilent announced a product enhancement of compliance applications on the company’s Infiniium real-time oscilloscopes.The enhancement to Agilent’s N5467A user-defined application software gives engineers the ability to develop extensions that they can plug into existing compliance applications for USB, PCIe, DDR, SATA, HDMI, MIPI, Ethernet and other technologies.

Add-ins may be designed as:

  • Complete custom tests with configuration variables and connection prompts.
  • Pre- and post-processing scripts such as MATLAB, LabVIEW, Python, C++ and Visual Basic.
  • External instrument controllers for pattern generators, probe switches, temperature chambers and other devices.
  • Device-under-test controllers to transmit specific test patterns, change test modes, etc.

The Agilent add-in development environment can be downloaded free of charge here. The Agilent N5467A application is available for $3,500. The UDA development environment is available for download here.

 

 

 

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