|Statement||Butchart & Bates.|
|Contributions||Bates, P. A., Preston Polytechnic.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(4), 91p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
IEEE is a short-range digital communications bus specification It is also known as HP-IB (Hewlett-Packard Instrument Bus) and GPIB (General Purpose Interface Bus) Commonly used on older systems by Commodore HP and Tektronix These cables feature a metal hood/5(5). IEEE (HP-IB/GP-IB) Bus Configuration IEEE INTERFACE BUS (HP-IB/GP-IB) In the early 's, Hewlett-Packard came out with a standard bus (HP-IB) to help support their own laboratory measur ement equipment product lines, which later was adopted by File Size: 24KB. A set of codes and formats to be used by devices connected via the IEEE bus is specified. This standard also defines communication protocols that are necessary to effect application-independent and device-dependent message exchanges, and further defines common commands and characteristics useful in instrument system applications. It is intended to apply to small-scale to medium-scale. IEEE bus interface devices There is a pair of registers (read/write) for auxiliary commands. They are simple 8-bit registers, there are no `hidden' auxiliary registers as with the Intel. The functions that are carried out by the `hidden' registers of the Intel device are Author: A.S. Poulton, T. Davies.
8 The IEEE bus. The IEEE bus, also known as the Hewlett Packard Instrument Bus (HPIB) and the General-Purpose Instrument Bus (GPIB), provides a means of interconnecting a PC controller with a vast range of test and measuring bus is ideally suited to the implementation of automatic test equipment (ATE) and it has become increasingly popular over the last two decades with. Developed by Hewlett-Packard, named Hewlett-Packard Instrument Bus (HP-IB). Later adopted by other manufacturers as GPIB (General Purpose Interface Bus). Become IEEE in Full text of "PET and the IEEE Bus (GPIB)" See other formats. IEEE refers to the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) standard number IEEE is a digital communications bus specification invented by Hewlett Packard and used to connect short range communication devices. This term is also known as the general purpose interface bus (GPIB) or the Hewlett Packard interface bus (HP-IB).
GPIB / IEEE bus GPIB operation / commands / protocol IEEE How to Use GPIB / IEEE GPIB / IEEE cables GPIB / IEEE connectors GPIB / IEEE pinout / pin connections Whilst the GPIB IEEE standard had been recognised as a success, it was recognised that one of the major limitations was the fact that there was no standard. Commodore PET and the IEEE Bus - Page 1 EEVblog Electronics Community Forum and could in fact already be accomplished in the eighties on the Commodore PET computer using the IEEE interface. There is a nice book from OSBORNE/McGraw-Hill that describes the IEEE interfacing capabilities of the Commodore PET and its applications for. IEEE (also known as GPIB, General-Purpose Interface Bus, and HPIB, Hewlett-Packard Instrumentation Bus) PC Card, previously known as PCMCIA, much used in laptop computers and other portables, but fading with the introduction of USB and built-in network and modem connections. combination of SCPI and IEEE offers significant productivity gains, and finally, delivers as sound a software standard as IEEE did a hardware standard. IEEE IEEE encouraged a new level of growth and acceptance of the IEEE bus or GPIB by addressing problems that had arisen from the original IEEE standard.