You can use the Quick-Control Oscilloscope to communicate with any oscilloscope that uses an underlying IVI-C driver. However, you do not have to directly deal with the underlying driver. You can also use it for Tektronix® oscilloscopes. Quick Control Oscilloscope is an easy to use interface for getting up and running quickly using IVI-C oscilloscopes.
To acquire waveforms, you create an
configure it, then communicate with the scope. For an example of the
whole workflow, see Read Waveforms Using Quick-Control Oscilloscope.
See the Function and Property Reference for a list of the functions
that are supported for the
and the properties you can set.
|Create Quick-Control Oscilloscope object|
|Returns waveform displayed on scope|
|List of available instrument resources for Quick-Control interfaces|
|List of available instrument drivers for Quick-Control interfaces|
|Connect device object to instrument|
|Disconnect device object from instrument|
This example shows how to use Quick-Control Oscilloscope to read waveforms.
This example shows how to use Quick-Control Oscilloscope to read waveforms from a Tektronix scope, which uses different resource and driver information than the Keysight™ scope.
The Instrument Control Toolbox™ Support Package for National Instruments® VISA and ICP Interfaces allows you to use the Quick Control Oscilloscope, Quick Control Function Generator, and Quick-Control RF Signal Generator interfaces.
You can use the Quick-Control Oscilloscope for any oscilloscope that uses an underlying IVI-C driver. However, you do not have to directly deal with the underlying driver.
Troubleshooting IVI, VISA, and the Quick-Control Interfaces (Instrument Control Toolbox)
Try these tips if you have problems using the toolbox with the IVI, VISA, and Quick-Control interfaces. Includes information about supported platforms, adaptor requirements, configuration and connection, and other interface-specific tips.