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A commercial approach for designing synthetic instrumentation - serial bus test instrument

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Fairbanks, S. ; Teradyne, North Reading, MA, USA

The current implied requirement in instrumentation design is coercing commercial instrumentation suppliers into providing as much functionality as possible within as little physical space as possible. A number of design methods are needed to effectively deliver this, including miniaturization and a tight integration of digital and analog functionality. Another result is the introduction of instrumentation that can provide more than one capability.

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AUTOTESTCON Proceedings, 2002. IEEE

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