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'[EE]: HPIB / GPIB Protocol'
2001\09\10@104411 by lu01ts

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Hello picsters,

does anyone here know a source for detailed infomation on the HPIB /
GPIB (which is the same in my opinion !?) protocol ?

Thanks,
      Michael

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2001\09\10@105610 by Alan B. Pearce

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You need to get the IEEE standards that set the hardware and communication
protocols. You may also try this web site for a manufacturer of the
interface chips.

http://www.gpib2000.com/

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2001\09\10@135039 by mike

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There is a lot of useful info on the websites of GPIB chip and board
manufacturers - National instruments and ines would be a good start.


On Mon, 10 Sep 2001 16:42:41 +0200, you wrote:

>Hello picsters,
>
>does anyone here know a source for detailed infomation on the HPIB /
>GPIB (which is the same in my opinion !?) protocol ?
>
>Thanks,
>       Michael

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2001\09\10@150628 by Olin Lathrop

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> does anyone here know a source for detailed infomation on the HPIB /
> GPIB (which is the same in my opinion !?) protocol ?

There MUST be lots of stuff on this on the web.  I haven't looked, but I'm
surprised you haven't found any.  HP used to have some good technical
documents.  The official standard is IEEE-488.


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2001\09\10@184817 by Bob Barr

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lu01ts@GMX.NET wrote:
>
>Hello picsters,
>
>does anyone here know a source for detailed infomation on the HPIB /
>GPIB (which is the same in my opinion !?) protocol ?
>
>Thanks,
>        Michael
>

HPIB (Hewlett Packard Interface Bus) is just an older name for GPIB (General
Purpose Interface Bus). When IEEE developed the standard, they had to keep
HP's name off of it. (You'll still find the HPIB name used in a few cases
but not generally any more.)

The bus hardware, states and operation are defined in the document 'IEEE
Standard Digital Interface for Programmable Instrumentation' (ANS/IEEE Std.
488.1). My copy is dated 1987, but there may be a later revision.

Another IEEE document titled 'IEEE Standard Codes, Formats, Protocols, and
Common Commands' (IEEE Std. 488.2) details the software end of things. My
copy is dated 1992, but again, there may be a later revision.

A good source for GPIB information is National Instruments at:

http://www.ni.com


Regards, Bob


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2001\09\11@070818 by mike

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On Mon, 10 Sep 2001 12:35:37 -0400, you wrote:

>> does anyone here know a source for detailed infomation on the HPIB /
>> GPIB (which is the same in my opinion !?) protocol ?
>
>There MUST be lots of stuff on this on the web.  I haven't looked, but I'm
>surprised you haven't found any.  HP used to have some good technical
>documents.  The official standard is IEEE-488.
Actually last time I looked there was disappointingly little detailed
info  - IEEE488 is a very old standard, and nowadays pretty much only
used for test equipment - general computer usage having long since
been supertceded by SCSI and other standards, so much of the original
information hasn't made it from paper to online form.
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