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How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW - Getting started

With over a million users worldwide, LabVIEW programming language is widely used to control and program various test and measurement instruments, be it a single instrument or a system with various instruments. This series of tutorials, “How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW”, will provide step by step instructions and various examples of how to use LabVIEW in conjunction with Tabor Arbitrary Waveform Generators.
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How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW - Using SCPI commands

In this tutorial, we will give a quick start guide on how you can communicate with the Tabor AWG using Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments (SCPI). SCPI commands are an ASCII-based set of commands for reading and writing instrument settings.
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How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW - Using the IVI driver

In the previous tutorial, we have shown how to communicate with Tabor AWG using SCPI commands. Another way is by creating a device object using the Tabor IVI driver. This way, one can communicate with the Tabor AWG, using pre-defined functions. In this tutorial, we will give a quick start guide on how you can communicate with the Tabor AWG using the IVI driver.
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How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW - Example1: Load an arbitrary waveform file

In this tutorial, we will give an example on how to load an arbitrary waveform file to Tabor AWG using the IVI driver.
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How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW - Example2: Generate a sequence from 3 waveform files

In this tutorial, we will give an example on how to load 3 waveform files and a sequence table into the Tabor AWG memory, to generate a sequence. This example is done using the IVI driver.
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How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW - Example3: Synchronize between two Tabor AWGs

This example will demonstrate how work with two synchronized WX2184C AWGs. It will show how to create & download a sequence built from 3 different waveforms files into the AWGs’ waveform memory, while keeping the two AWGs synchronized.

How to Control Tabor AWGs with LabVIEW - Example4: Creating arbitrary waveform from binary data

This example will demonstrate how to create an arbitrary waveform from binary data created using LabVIEW code. Use this code with its detailed comments to understand how binary data should be transferred to the Tabor AWG waveform memory.

How to Properly Manage Tabor’s AWG Arbitrary Memory

In this tutorial, we will give a quick start guide on how you can manage the Tabor AWG’s arbitrary memory using a specific set of Standard Commands for Programmable Instruments (SCPI). You will find shared files with functions you could integrate in your own code. Thus saving you the time of implementing it yourself.
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