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2004-09-20 Agilent, VXI announce LAN-based modular platform
Agilent Technologies Inc. and VXI Technology Inc. have introduced the LXI (LAN extensions for instrumentation) platform, a LAN-based modular platform standard for automated test systems.
2006-01-27 RF signal generator will be LXI-compliant
Keithley Instruments Inc. is introducing a new LXI (LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation) RF signal generator, and is pre-announcing some related RF test gear that will debut later this year.
2007-03-16 Enhance car electronic test with LXI
System designers responsible for testing automotive electronics require architectures that can maximize performance, minimize cost and plan for the future. A good example is the LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation (LXI) solution.
2004-09-16 Agilent's new instruments meet U.S. DoD requirements
Agilent disclosed it will present prototypes of its microwave synthetic instruments, which are said to meet the demands of the U.S. DoD NxTest vision.
2007-05-02 Agilent standardized core makes building and supporting a functional test system easier and less costly
With instruments based on the LXI industry standard (LAN Extensions for Instrumentation), users can create a custom test system that is easy to build and support.
2005-04-15 Adlink enters LXI Consortium
Adlink Technology Inc. has joined the LXI Consortium and is actively participating in the development and introduction of the LXI standard (LAN extensions for instrumentation).
2005-06-01 Ethernet goes wide
Advances in components, standards, and techniques are allowing the Ethernet to migrate from the circuit-switched enterprise to packet-based service provider networks
2006-06-15 Scalable tester targets automotive, ISM apps
Agilent's TS-5020 scalable tester can perform standalone RF tests for automotive applications and ISM band applications from 100MHz to 3GHz
2006-06-12 New ISM-band RF tester from Agilent is scalable
Agilent's new TS-5020 tester is a scalable system specifically slated for testing automotive supplemental restraint systems, small body electronics and HVAC climate-control modules
2007-05-31 LXI-compliant oscilloscope boosts efficiency in ATE systems
The LXI (LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation) standard specifies the interaction of proven, widely used standards to enable fast efficient, and cost-effective creation and reconfiguration of test systems.
2010-08-05 Built-in relay self-test modules comply fully with LXI 1.3
Pickering Interfaces recently launched its Built-In Relay Self Test (BIRST) modules on LAN Extensions for Instrumentation (LXI) devices, which fully comply with the LXI 1.3 specification.
2004-09-17 Agilent, VXI Tech partner on modular platform standard
Agilent and VXI Tech introduced LXI, a next-generation, LAN-based modular platform standard for automated test systems
2011-01-10 Power supply enables high currents at low voltage
Aim-TTi's new dual-output power supply delivers 80V or up to 50A on each 600W output, each of which can be operated as entirely independent and isolated power supplies, having its own comprehensive graphic LCD display.
2005-11-18 Modular power system expands to 1.2kW
Agilent announced that they are rolling out four new ultra-fast modules and two mainframes that extend to 1,200W.
2010-07-29 Function/arbitrary/pulse generator comes in low-cost version
Thurlby Thandar Instruments (TTi) has launched a reduced-cost version of its TG5011 function/arbitrary/pulse generator.
2005-11-17 DMMs pack Web interfaces
Agilent is introducing an expanded family of digital multimeters/voltmeters replete with built-in Web servers that make them operating-system independent.
2005-04-25 PXI controllers use Intel chips
NI announced what it claims as the industry's first PXI controllers to use the Mobile Intel 915GM Express chipsetthe PXI-8195 and PXI-8196.
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