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  1. Hi Hamid- I believe we (National Instruments) have already contacted you offline but we would like to help clarify some of the original statements you posted that were provided to you by your Agilent sales rep. 1. bandwidth: The NI PXIe-1075 is capable of 4 GB/s of system bandwidth, not 2.5 GB/s. 2. timing performance: The phase noise of the PXIe-1075 TCXO, from which the 10 and 100 MHz backplane clocks are derived, is better than the one on the Agilent M9018A by 30 dB (1000x), when free running. 3. cooling: In order to achieve 42W of cooling for a single slot, the M9018A requires al
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  2. I just went though this for my business. I am based in the USA, and I am a small LabVIEW consultant. There are 3 types of insurance you generally need for a business. General Liability, Workman's Compensation and Professional Liability (aka Errors and Omissions). General Liability protects you if someone on your premises falls and wants to sue you. Mine has an additional rider called Baily's insurance. This covers equipment not owned by you. If you drop it, and break it, your Baily's will cover it. This is not expensive insurance and is great value for the money. There is also some p
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