[volt-nuts] "*WAY* too expensive for even Keysight to redesign"
john.phillips0 at gmail.com
Fri May 15 08:46:32 EDT 2015
you could write your own front end using the IEEE 488 interface and make it
what ever you want.
excel can give you the graphic you are talking about and you have a lot
more control over what you get than any canned fronted could do.
On Thu, May 14, 2015 at 10:38 PM, Tom Knox <actast at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I think most of the top companies were founded by scientists and engineers
> and because of their roots in the scientific community they were very
> customer driven, but it seems recently most of the test and measurement
> companies have become stock-holder driven as the management with a
> background in science retire. In addition many of these large companies buy
> up the small start-ups from the Scientist and engineers that created them
> as an alternative to in house R&D. Once purchased they are quickly
> transisioned to the stock-holder driven model. Sadly in some cases I think
> the philosophy is to buy all the competitors and control the market to the
> point that they don't need to provide the same level of products, support,
> and service we enjoyed in the past since there are few alternatives. In
> this paradigm shift I think Keysight is better then most. I keep hoping
> they design a new meter to replace the 3458A or at least redesign the
> digital portion with a more freindly user interface, per
> haps a menu driven color touch screen and the ability to stored and
> display data graphically. Who knows they may have something in the works.
> Thomas Knox
> > From: alan.ambrose at anagram.net
> > To: volt-nuts at febo.com
> > Date: Thu, 14 May 2015 16:36:38 +0000
> > Subject: Re: [volt-nuts] "*WAY* too expensive for even Keysight to
> > Hi,
> > >>> Fluke has ... replaced the vacuum display with an LCD.
> > I'm starting to worry about the great US test gear manufacturers :)
> > Alan
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