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This is a MATLAB ® instrument driver for use with v2.0 of the Instrument Control Toolbox™ and higher. It supports the Rohde & Schwarz ® NRP power meter. It is a MATLAB VXIplug&play instrument driver that requires the Rohde & Schwarz rsnrp VXIplug&play instrument driver to operate. Rohde & Schwarz VXIpnp instrument drivers are based on VISA. Drivers can control the instrument via LAN if the RSIB interface and passport are installed.

Drivers Rohde&schwarz
  • You're In The Driver's Seat

    Choose deliveries that fit your schedule and earn an average of $15 per trip for driving locally. From item dimensions to pickup and drop-off instructions, you’ll see the details you care about, before you offer.

    • See guaranteed payouts upfront
    • Know pickup and delivery details before you offer
    • You choose when, where and how to drive
  • Know Before You Go

    Offer on as many Gigs as you like and we’ll let you know when you’re matched. If there are several deliveries in your area, we’ll bundle them into routes so you can make more money in less time.

    • Get alerts about nearby Gigs
    • Offer on one or more Gigs at once
    • Maximize your earnings with multiple Gigs
  • The Roadie App Makes It Easy

    Get step-by-step instructions in the Roadie mobile app for iOS and Android.

    • Follow turn-by-turn navigation
    • Easily handle issues when they come up
    • Contact the sender or recipient with questions
    • Enjoy 24/7 support by SMS, email or phone
  • Earn Cash on Drives You’re Already Taking

    Make more money per trip with Roadie. Drivers earn an average of $15 per trip on local Gigs and up to $650 on long trips.

    • Get weekly direct deposits, or cash-out instantly
    • Keep 100% of the tips you earn
    • Track earnings over time
Rohde & schwarz drivers

Rohde & Schwarz Drivers

Police officers followed a Chevrolet Monte Carlo that drove away from a house suspected of hosting drug trafficking. The officers subsequently stopped the vehicle after learning that the Monte Carlo’s registration had been revoked and that it was registered to Defendant, whose driver’s license had also been revoked. The driver, who was identified as Defendant, indicated that the car was not insured. The officers decided to tow and impound the vehicle. During an inventory search, the officers found drug and drug paraphernalia in a purse on the passenger seat of the Monte Carlo. Defendant was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Defendant filed a motion to suppress, aruing that the initial stop was lawful but that the search was unconstitutional because the police were not authorized to impound the vehicle, and the inventory search itself was pretextual. The district court denied the motion. The court subsequently found Defendant guilty on both counts. The Supreme Court reversed, holding that the impoundment was unreasonable, and therefore, the resulting inventory search was unconstitutional.