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Instrumentation: Advanced user interfaces appear in oscilloscopes low-cost remote instrument control provided by PCs instrumentation for fiber optics moves ahead

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Equipment manufacturers have begun to rethink the relationship between user and electronic test equipment. Such features as pop-up menus, soft keys, and touch-screens are being used in a new generation of instruments. The new products are flexible, easier to learn, and designed to offer test engineers a real gain in productivity.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 1 )