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vrf N4010A on USB conflicts with GPIB address 17 ?!?!?

Question asked by soeren.hedemand on Jan 18, 2008
Latest reply on Jan 18, 2008 by soeren.hedemand
Hi all.

In a WLAN test system, we have an N4010A (connected via USB) and an instument of our own design connected via GPIB on address 17.

The N4010A is controlled using the .NET based test harness from Agilent.

The problem is, that once I start to communicate with the N4010A, I can no longer "see" the instrument on GPIB address 17. I have reproduced the problem with a standard signal generator, configured for Address 17.

Everything runs under Vee 8.01.

Any suggestions?

/Søren


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