Posts with the tag usbtmc
Inspired by a couple of blog posts (see resources section) I put together my own collection of software to operate a USBTMC to Ethernet Gateway on a Raspberry Pi (1 or 2):
I use Arch Linux ARM and the shell scripts are made for Arch. It shouldn't be too hard to...
The Rigol DS1052E is a nice digital oscilloscope for little money. It has a USB and RS232 interface over which you can interact with it on your computer. I put the detailed specifications of the device in a Github Gist.
The USB Port - USBTMC
Bus 006 Device 006:...
|The DG1022 is a function generator that I was able to test recently. It is quite cheap (390 USD in the USA), has two outputs for standard wave forms (sine, square, ramp, pulse and noise) and also supports...|