GPIB Register-Level Programming
Hardware: GPIB>>ASICs/OEM Products>>NAT4882, GPIB>>ASICs/OEM Products>>TNT4882, GPIB>>ASICs/OEM Products>>NAT7210, GPIB>>ASICs/OEM Products>>NAT9914
I have a National Instruments GPIB chip and am trying to do register level programming. Where can I find resources for this?
GPIB Register-Level Programming Policy
National Instruments provides technical support for developing NI-488 compatible drivers using the NI-488DDK. National Instruments also provides technical support for developing applications that use these drivers. However, National Instruments cannot provide technical support for changes to, or additions to the functionality of the NI-488 layer. For Operating System (OS) specific questions, please contact the OS vendor.
If you have register-level programming questions regarding the implementation of a design using the TNT4882T/L (Talker/Listener), NAT9914, NAT7210, or NAT4882 GPIB ASICs, then National Instruments can provide technical support via e-mail; however, this support is not intended to design an instrument for you, but is intended to solve specific problems that you encounter while implementing a design.
The following is a list of GPIB Register-Level Programming Resources
Register-Level Programming Manuals
White Paper: Writing Functional Self-Tests for the TNT4882 GPIB Interface Chip
Report Date: 09/14/2006
Last Updated: 09/28/2017
Document ID: 41DJKCD2