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Subject: Re: Driver Support Tutorial
From: Kazuro FURUKAWA <kazuro.furukawa@kek.jp>
To: Wesley Moore <wmoore@jlab.org>
Cc: EPICS Tech Talk <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>, Andrew Wagner <apwagner@u.washington.edu>
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2010 01:01:17 +0900
Hello Andrew, 

Another example of the embedded IOC is 

"Fast BPM DAQ System Using Windows Oscilloscope-based EPICS IOC"
<http://ics-web4.sns.ornl.gov/icalepcs07/WPPB37/WPPB37.PDF>
<http://ics-web4.sns.ornl.gov/icalepcs07/WPPB37/WPPB37_poster.ppt>
or
<http://accelconf.web.cern.ch/accelconf/ica07/PAPERS/WPPB37.PDF>

We run 28 oscilloscopes to cover 200 medium-resolution BPMs.  
These were from Tektronix.  Also recent scopes from LeCroy 
perform almost equally well.  We will use them for multi-
electrode monitors soon.  

Our intension to use embedded IOCs on oscilloscopes is to 
process waveforms applying more than 20 calibration factors per 
BPM every 20ms (50Hz).  Distributed processing with 3GHz CPU on 
each scope is helpful and reliable.  

Cheers,
Kazuro.

>>> On Mon, 21 Jun 2010 10:40:06 JST,  Wesley Moore <wmoore@jlab.org> wrote;
> 
> Link didn't work for me.  Found it here though:  
> http://accelconf.web.cern.ch/accelconf/ica07/PAPERS/TPPA14.PDF
> 
> Ralph Lange wrote:
> > Hello Andrew,
> >
> > For some Tektronix scopes (those based on a Windows PC and equipped 
> > with a TekVISA interface), the colleagues at the SSRF (Shanghai Light 
> > Source) are running an IOC on the Scope's embedded Windows system, 
> > completely eliminating the need for an external IOC.
> > Check their ICALEPCS 2007 paper [1] for details.
> >
> > Ralph
> >
> > [1] http:///ics-web4.sns.ornl.gov/icalepcs07/TPPA14/TPPA14.PDF/
> >
> >
> > On Mon 21 Jun 2010 4:41:06 Andrew Wagner wrote:
> >> Hey all,
> >> I'm new to EPICS and was wondering if there was a very straight 
> >> forward, detailed tutorial for writing device support. Specifically, 
> >> I need to communicate with a Tektronix scope over Ethernet (the scope 
> >> has an IP address) and I would like to use my OS X laptop to run the 
> >> IOC. What libraries do I need to establish Ethernet communication? 
> >> Are they included in EPICS base? I didn't see anything along those 
> >> lines in the base-3-14-11/dev directory. I'm a pretty experienced 
> >> programer and run code on my laptop regularly. I just don't have any 
> >> experience with communication libraries in C/C++. Thanks very much 
> >> for help.
> >> Andrew Wagner

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References:
Re: Driver Support Tutorial Wesley Moore

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