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GPIBUSB Adapter update

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Another update on Scasagrande's project, GPIBUSB Adapter rev4: After working closely with a few individuals it was discovered that some of the pre-existing GPIB software (such as KE5FX's tools) has some hardcoded serial port settings, one of which being the use of hardware flow control. After getting builds of the software...

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Open source hardware GPIB USB adapter update

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Steven Casagrande posted an update on his open source hardware GPIB USB adapter: After many days, I just finished off firmware version 5 for my adapter. This is probably my biggest update yet. A lot of people asked for compatibility with the Prologix commands so that's what I focused on. Here...

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How to use GPIBUSB adapter

Monday, January 20th, 2014

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzGDldTVSOg[/embed] A followup to the GPIB USB Adapter. Steven demonstrates how to  use his adapter in two different software environments the Ubuntu 13.10 + Python + InstrumentKit and the  Win7 + Terminite. Via the forum.

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Open source hardware GPIB USB Adapter

Monday, January 13th, 2014

scasagrande shared his GPIBUSB Adapter rev3 in the project log forum: This past weekend I finally finished up the third major revision of my GPIBUSB adapter board. Major hardware changes include swapping the pull-up resistors for the proper GPIB line drivers, as well as swapping the FT232RL for the newer FT230X. There...

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P01-118 GeePibber project

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Asgard shared another project the GeePibber, an IEEE-488 (GPIB / HPIB) to USB adapter in the project log forum: This project is an IEEE-488 (GPIB / HPIB) to USB adapter. I need this because I recently acquired an ancient (but so am I) logic analyzer/oscilloscope which uses only the GPIB to...

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  • Cyk: Well, this is an application that I'd solve with an Android smartphone. Used Moto G phones can be found on Ebay for ~€30, and thanks...
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