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Test Cafe

- October 07, 2014

Larry Desjardin provides commentary and insight on topics outside that of traditional box instruments, including modular instrumentation, embedded test, and alternative test techniques. To access the go-to reference for modular instrumentation, head to the course Fundamentals of Modular Instrumentation, moderated by Larry.


The five instrument standards that rule our industry

  • 10.07.2014

Larry Desjardin describes the status and what’s new with the five standards organizations that the test and measurement industry relies on.Read More...

Live from Autotest: Keysight sets sights at modular instruments

  • 09.16.2014

Keysight's new PXI and AXIe products show they are serious in seizing the lead in modular instruments.Read More...


AXIe-0: The inside story of a new modular instrument standard

  • 09.15.2014

Like Coke Zero, AXIe Zero is the diet version of its namesake. Larry Desjardin explains the new standard for low cost instruments and switching.Read More...

NI enters semi test market. Beginning of the end for big-iron ATE?

  • 08.07.2014

A surprise interview with NI CEO James Truchard augments the news coming out of NI Week.Read More...

National Instruments enters manual lab bench instrument market

  • 06.16.2014

Is bench instrumentation facing a major disruption?


The latest trend in PXI is…boxes!

  • 05.13.2014

Larry Desjardin examines this growing trend, interviewing seven vendors about PXI and one-box testers. Sometimes it is better to think inside the box!Read More...


Apple enters engineering market, focus on test

  • 04.01.2014

Apple executive, April Furst, announces new products for engineers. Read More...


AXIe: It really is big brother to PXI

  • 03.04.2014

New Agilent AXIe chassis shows unique compatibility with PXI.


National Instruments releases 2014 Tech Trends

  • 02.11.2014

NI details six tech trends impacting 2014. Let’s take a look.Read More...

Increasing the speed of traditional box instruments

  • 01.24.2014

While modular instruments have a natural speed advantage, traditional instrument vendors and users have options to narrow the speed gap. Here's how. Read More...

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