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FW: HP VEE as GPIB T/L

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 12, 1997
Dear George,

We at ComputerBoards have recently released a new family of GPIB
cards
for the PCI, PC-104, ISA, and PCMCIA bus architectures.

Our PCM-GPIB card is an IEEE-488.2 Talker/Listener/Controller
Interface with a transfer rate greater than 1 Mbyte/Sec.  The
PCM-GPIB
card sells for $299 and includes a GPIB cable and GPIB LIBRARY
software.

These boards are fully supported through HP-VEE through our GPIB
Library which we ship with each board free of charge.

If you provide me with a mailing address, I will forward our GPIB
catalog out to you immediately.

Best Regards,
Bill Kennedy
ComputerBoards, Inc.



-----Original Message-----
From:     grueter@omnipoint.com [SMTP:grueter@omnipoint.com]
Sent:     Monday, November 10, 1997 5:57 PM
To:     hpvxd_xc%hpislsup.lvld.hp.com@hplb.hpl.hp.com
Subject:     HP VEE as GPIB T/L




George Rueter
11/10/97 03:56 PM
I would like to use a PC as a GPIB talker/listener(non-controller)
using
VEE 4.01. The PC's are WIN95 PC systems with HP 82341C GPIB cards. I
have
successfully done this with a "C" program using the SICL drivers and
the
old I/O CONFIG program but would like to do it in VEE. Has anyone done
this
with VEE 4.01? I have been unable to find a way in VEE to disable the
GPIB
controller function.

Thanks in advance,

George Rueter
Omnipoint Corp.
Colorado Springs, CO
719-548-1201 X-1621




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