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Have you used your calculator for something that was not really math related?
04-20-2019, 12:13 PM (This post was last modified: 04-20-2019 12:14 PM by Sylvain Cote.)
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RE: Have you used your calculator for something that was not really math related?
(04-20-2019 11:03 AM)vassilisprevelakis Wrote:  
(03-04-2019 03:53 PM)EugeneNine Wrote:  Is that similar to the old GPIB (I think that was the name), it looked like a narrow centronics connector.

HP-IB: Not just IEEE-488, but the hardware, documentation and support that delivers the shortest path to a measurement system.

Chronology of the HP-IB evolution:
  • Sept. '65 — HP began to look at how to standardize "the interfacing of all HP future instruments."
  • March '72 — U.S. Advisory Committee (IEC) formed. The committee takes HP proposal as starting point.
  • Sept. '74 — IEC approves for ballot draft document (U.S. Proposal).
  • April '75 — IEEE Publishes IEEE-488.
  • Jan. '76 — ANSI Publishes MC1.1.
  • Nov. '78 — IEEE Revises IEEE-488.
  • June '80 — IEC 625-1 published.
  • Dec. '81 — IEEE 728 published. (Recommended Codes & Formats)
  • June '87 — IEEE revises 488 to become 488.1.
  • June '87 — IEEE 488.2 published. (Codes, Formats, Protocols & Commands)
IEEE-488 branding: HP-IB, GPIB, IEEE BUS, ASCII BUS, PLUS BUS & IEC BUS


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