EPDT's 2020 PXI for Test & Measurement supplement now available online
04 May 2020
Included in this month’s EPDT May issue, this year's annual EPDT PXI for T&M supplement is now available in print or digital editions.
EPDT's annual PXI for T&M supplement (p17) opens with an introduction from PXISA President, Bob Stasonis, discussing the resilience of PXI even during the current COVID-19 lockdown (p18 digital issue or web version).
The rest of the supplement features technical articles from some of the leading industry players in PXI, covering a range of T&M topics and PXI applications.
First up, a case study tells us how using a National Instruments (NI) platform, built around PXI, enabled automotive supplier, Valeo to go from design to test with minimal system changes, adapting to changing requirements and completing the project within shrinking timelines (p19 digital issue or web version).
Next up, Marvin Test Solutions talks us through recent changes to the PXI specification, including increased module & chassis power capabilities & using PXI on Linux (p21 digital issue or web version).
Test solutions provider, VX Instruments offer us hints & tips on the selection of measurement device for testing electronic assemblies (p24 digital issue or web version).
Keysight Technologies addresses the challenges of multiport test (p28 digital issue or web version).
And Pickering Interfaces explores how compact, complex switching systems can be created, using signal routing software to guarantee safe programming of interconnected PXI switch modules (p30 digital issue or web version).
EPDT's May 2020 issue also contains features covering Lighting technologies and Rail applications, plus editorial reporting on some of great work engineers are doing to help address the COVID-19 pandemic (p4 digital issue or web version), and a guest post from Newcastle College describing the changing landscape it is seeing for women in engineering (p34 digital issue or web version).
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