[time-nuts] Could someone please recommend GPIB card
tijddingen at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 10 17:51:11 UTC 2011
Indeed. I use it with only one single gpib slave device attached. Also you may or may not have to fiddle with the parport settings. Either by writing to the superio registers, or by changing settings in the bios.
From: Azelio Boriani <azelio.boriani at screen.it>
To: Tijd Dingen <tijddingen at yahoo.com>; Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement <time-nuts at febo.com>
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2011 7:28 PM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Could someone please recommend GPIB card
Take care that you need the correct line drivers. Before the 82357B,
the E5810A I used an Atmel AT89C55 to develop a GPIB-serial adapter
but only one GPIB device I was able to drive...
On 10/10/11, Tijd Dingen <tijddingen at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Would it be possible to fake an interface with a parallel port and bit
> That is certainly possibly, since it is precisely what I use. It's an old
> printer cable where I adjusted the wiring to the GPIB connector. For the
> rest it's all done with parport bitbanging under linux using /dev/port. I
> vaguely recall that I had all the GPIB connectors except for 1, which was no
> problem for my needs.
>> Possibly an Arduino?
> Were I to DIY it again now, I would indeed look into using an arduino +
> ethernet shield for the task. Or maybe just buy it on ebay if it's cheap
> enough. Or maybe a DIY pcb with an ENC424J600 + fpga/microcontroller, so it
> all fits nicely into the connector.
> Then again, something like this should be commodity enough not to have to
> waste too much DIY time on it.
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