Remote measurements

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CMT : Remote Control Software

The CMT remote control software is designed to remotely control the CMT with GPIB/IEEE-488.2 instructions (option CM-B4 needed). This includes adjusting generator settings  as well as selecting measurements (settings)

It is extremely useful when operating your CMT. No need anymore to enter the complex special functions on the CMT itself. In stead they are selected with a simple click on your computer screen.

The software is build to work in Windows XP/Vista/7, in conjunction with the
-  National Instruments   NI PCI-GPIB controller
-   NI-488.2 controller software for Windows 7/Vista/XP (V3.02)
-  .NET Framework V4.0
-  Microsoft Excel 2007 for data presentation

(if you have .NET Framework 4.5 on a 64 bit machine, please also consider the following  patch from NI)

History Always uninstall the old version first before installing a new version !
Date Version Description
2014-04-04 V1.0.0.0 Initial Version for NI 488.2 Driver Version 3.02, .Net 4.0 and Windows 7 support

It can be downloaded for free

Please also check out the "User Manual CMT Remote Control Software"  for a detailed description of all its functionality.

It's functionality is split in two parts. With it's standard functionality you are able to check if the software is suitable to operate on your computer / OS / GPIB installation. If it works fine you may consider to make a registration request to get access to the enhanced functionality.

Standard functionality
 - Operating the RF and AF Signal Generators
        * RF Frequency,  power, modulation mode and index
        * AF Frequency and voltage

Enhanced functionality (subject to
registration )
 - Making use of the available measurements like transmitter and  
   receiver measurements. E.g.
        * SINAD, S/N and distortion measurements
        * Frequency and bandwidth measurements
        * Modulation index measurements
        * AF frequency and voltage measurements
        * V/I - DC measurements

These measurements can be either "one shot" or  "sequentially"      
depending on various initiating sources, including Excel download functionality for graphical presentations.

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