Tanner Vallejo

Tanner Vallejo is an American football linebacker for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League. He played college football at Boise State, he was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Vallejo previously played for the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins. Playing for Nevada Union High School, Vallejo earned. In addition to football, he played baseball for Nevada Union High School. Vallejo had 100 tackles as a sophomore, but ended his final season of college ball early to have wrist surgery. During that sophomore season, he blocked two kicks in one game to help secure a 28 -- 0 Broncos. Pro Football Focus noted his ability to break up plays in the backfield. However, they touched on his lack of size and poor tackling efficiency his senior year in their scouting report; the Buffalo Bills selected Vallejo in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He was the second linebacker drafted by the Bills in 2017, behind Matt Milano, was expected to fill the Bills' immediate need at weak-side linebacker.

On May 11, 2017, the Buffalo Bills signed Vallejo to a four-year, $2.55 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $153,799. He still managed to hang on to a roster spot. Vallejo was waived by the Bills on September 1, 2018. On September 2, 2018, Vallejo was claimed off waivers by the Cleveland Browns, he played in 13 games before being placed on injured reserve on December 28, 2018 with a hamstring injury. On February 4, 2019, Vallejo was waived by the Browns. On February 5, 2019, Vallejo was claimed off waivers by the Arizona Cardinals. Vallejo was waived following the final roster cuts on September 1, 2019. Vallejo was claimed off waivers by the Washington Redskins on September 2, 2019, he was waived on November 16, 2019. On November 20, 2019, Vallejo was signed to the Arizona Cardinals practice squad. On December 4, 2019, Vallejo was promoted to the active roster. In week 14 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Vallejo recorded a sack on quarterback Devlin Hodges and forced a fumble on running back Benny Snell, recovered by teammate Terrell Suggs in the 23–17 loss.

He was placed on injured reserve on December 18, 2019. Boise State Broncos bio

LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation

LAN eXtensions for Instrumentation is a standard developed by the LXI Consortium, a consortium that maintains the LXI specification and promotes the LXI Standard. The LXI standard defines the communication protocols for instrumentation and data acquisition systems using Ethernet. Ethernet is a ubiquitous communication standard providing a versatile interface, the LXI standard describes how to use the Ethernet standards for test and measurement applications in a way that promotes simple interoperability between instruments; the LXI Consortium ensures LXI compliant instrumentation developed by various vendors work together with no communication or setup issues. The LXI Consortium ensures that the LXI standard complements other test and measurement control systems, such as GPIB and PXI systems. Proposed in 2005 by Keysight and VTI Instruments, the LXI standard adapts the Ethernet and World Wide Web standards and applies them to test and measurement applications; the standard defines how existing standards should be used in instrumentation applications to provide a consistent feel and ensure compatibility between vendors equipment.

The LXI standard does not define a mechanical format, allowing LXI solutions to take any physical form deemed suitable for products in their intended market. LXI products can be modular, rack mounted, bench mounted or take any other physical form. LXI supports synthetic instruments and peer-to-peer networking, providing a number of unique capabilities to the test engineer. LXI products may have no front panel or display, or they may include embedded keyboards and displays. Connections to the DUT are permitted to be on the front or the rear to suit market demand, most devices provide front panel connectivity to allow Ethernet and power connections to be provided to the rear panel. Use of Ethernet allows the simple construction of systems requiring distributed instrumentation systems and control and monitoring systems over large distances, with suitable VPN connections it is possible to connect systems together over inter-continental distances without the use of specialised equipment; the inclusion of an optional Extended Function based on IEEE 1588 Precision Timing Protocol allows instruments to communicate on a time basis, initiating events at specified times or intervals and time stamping events to indicate when these events occurred in a system.

LXI devices can coexist with Ethernet devices. They can be present in test systems which include products based on the GPIB, VXI, PXI standards; the standard mandates that every LXI instrument must have an Interchangeable Virtual Instrument driver. The IVI Foundation defines a standard driver application programming interface for programmable instruments. IVI driver formats can be IVI-COM for working with COM-based development environments and IVI-C for working in traditional programming languages or IVI. NET for use in a. NET Framework. Most LXI instruments can be programmed with methods other than IVI, so it is not mandatory to work with an IVI driver. Developers can use other driver technologies or work directly with SCPI commands; the LXI Standard has three major elements: A standardized LAN interface that provides a framework for web based interfacing and programmatic control. The LAN interface can include wireless connectivity, as well as physically connected interfaces; the interface supports peer-to-peer operation, as well as master/slave operation.

Devices can optionally support IPv6. An optional trigger facility based on the IEEE 1588 Precision Timing Protocol that enables modules to have a sense of time, which allows modules to time stamp actions and initiate triggered events over the LAN interface. An optional physical wired trigger system based on an Multipoint Low-Voltage Differential Signaling electrical interface that synchronizes the operation of multiple LXI instruments; the specification is organized into a set of documents which describe: The LXI Device Core Specification which contains the requirements for the LAN interface which all LXI Devices must adhere to A set of optional Extended Functions which LXI devices can adhere to. If a device claims conformance it must have been tested under the LXI Consortium Conformance regime; as of March 2016, there are 7 Extended Functions specified HiSLIP IPv6 LXI Wired Trigger Bus LXI Event Messaging LXI Clock Synchronization LXI Time Stamped Data LXI Event Log The LXI Consortium is a US not-for-profit 501 organization made up of test and measurement companies.

The Consortium's primary purpose is to create, maintain and promote the adoption of the LXI Standard. The LXI Consortium is open to all test and measurement companies, participation by industry professionals, systems integrators, government representatives is encouraged; the first Consortium meeting was held November 17–18, 2004. Membership is divided into four levels: Strategic, Participating and Informational. Consortium members meet several times a year at PlugFests held around the world where conversations regarding the LXI Standard are discussed face-to-face meetings in working groups; the public is invited to attend tutorials intended for users and manufacturers interested in joining the LXI Consortium. It meetings provide an opportunity for vendors to certify new products as LXI conformant by having an independent testing authority present at the meeting; the Consortium's standard development efforts are performed by volunteers working through a number of committees and technical working groups, Work progression is managed by use of Statement of Work documents that set out the reasons and objec