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Setup and Configuration

Install hardware support, configure hardware connection

The Instrument Control Toolbox™ Support Package for National Instruments® VISA and ICP Interfaces allows you to use the Quick Control Oscilloscope and Quick Control Function Generator interfaces. The following topics describe the requirements for each interface and what is included in the support package.

Topics

Instrument Control Toolbox Support Package for National Instruments VISA and ICP Interfaces

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.

Quick Control Oscilloscope Requirements

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.

Quick Control Function Generator Requirements

You can use the Quick-Control Function Generator for any function generator that uses an underlying IVI-C driver. However, you do not have to directly deal with the underlying driver.

Quick-Control RF Signal Generator Requirements (Instrument Control Toolbox)

You can use the Quick-Control RF Signal Generator for simplified rfsiggen control and waveform generation without having to directly deal with the underlying driver.

Troubleshooting

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.