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Thread: HPIB / GPIB Protocol
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face BY : mikespamBeGone@whitewing.co.uk



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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