MX - A Data Acquisition and Control System

MX is a data acquisition and control system that is designed to serve several functions: MX is currently available for Linux, Microsoft Windows (Win32 or Cygwin), MacOS X, Solaris, Irix, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, HP/UX, QNX, RTEMS, VxWorks, Tru64, VMS, and MSDOS (DJGPP).

MX has been developed primarily for use in the X-ray and synchrotron radiation field, but may be useful for other types of experiments. The primary developer is William Lavender of the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Downloads

MX Mailing List

MX Documentation

Publications About MX

Presentations About MX

Meeting Notes

Application Program Documentation

If you find MX to be useful, I would be interested in hearing how you have used it. My email address is lavender@agni.phys.iit.edu.


Last modified by lavender@agni.phys.iit.edu on January 7, 2011.