The Quick-Control interfaces are used to control oscilloscopes, function generators, or RF signal generators that use an underlying IVI-C driver. You do not have to deal directly with the driver in these easy-to-use interfaces.
|Create Quick-Control Oscilloscope object|
|Create Quick-Control Function Generator object|
|Create Quick-Control RF Signal Generator object|
|Returns waveform displayed on scope|
|Return or set specified oscilloscope control on selected channel|
|Downloads arbitrary waveform to RF signal generator|
|Enables RF signal generator signal output and modulation output|
|List of available instrument resources for Quick-Control interfaces|
|List of available instrument drivers for Quick-Control interfaces|
|Connect device object to instrument|
|Disconnect device object from instrument|
You can use the Quick-Control Oscilloscope for any oscilloscope that uses an underlying IVI-C driver.
This example shows the general workflow to use for the Quick-Control Oscilloscope.
Reading a waveform with a Tektronix® scope using Quick-Control Oscilloscope is basically the same workflow as described in the Read Waveforms Using Quick-Control Oscilloscope example using a Keysight™ scope with VISA.
oscilloscope function can use the following special functions, in
addition to standard functions such as
The Quick-Control Oscilloscope
oscilloscope function can use the
Quick-Control Function Generator
You can use the Quick-Control Function Generator for simplified fgen control and waveform generation without having to directly deal with the underlying driver.
This example shows how to use the Quick-Control Function Generator to generate a standard waveform.
This example shows how to use Quick-Control Function Generator to generate an arbitrary waveform.
fgen function uses the following functions, in addition to standard
functions such as
fgen function can use the following properties.
Quick-Control RF Signal Generator
You can use the Quick-Control RF Signal Generator for simplified rfsiggen control and waveform generation without having to directly deal with the underlying driver.
rfsiggen function uses the following functions.
rfsiggen function uses the following properties.
These examples show how to create the
rfsiggen object, download
waveforms, and generate signal and modulation output.
Try these tips if you have problems using the toolbox with the IVI and Quick-Control interfaces. Includes information about supported platforms, adaptor requirements, configuration and connection, and other interface-specific tips.