Agilent/HP 16550A 102 Channel Logic Analyzer Card

Agilent/HP 16550A 102 Channel Logic Analyzer Card
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 16550A 102 Channel State Timing Module

 

Agilent/HP 16550A 102 Channel State Timing Module

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   The Agilent/HP 16550A 100 MHz state and 500 MHz timing analysis module offers industry standard state and timing analysis features at an affordable price. With this module, there is no need to connect special probes to view timing activity. All channels perform either state or timing functions. Set up your analyzer to perform simultaneous, fully time-correlated state analysis on some channels and timing analysis on the rest.

Features

  • Assign channels to capture state and timing data without moving probes
  • Advanced trigger macros capture elusive problems
  • Capture up to 204, 4M deep channels simultaneously
  • Conserve acquisition memory with transitional timing by storing samples only when data changes
  •  Enhance troubleshooting with flexible display modes

   The Agilent/HP 16550A State/Timing Analyzer module is part of a new generation of general-purpose logic analyzers. The Agilent/HP 16550A module is used with the Agilent/HP 16500B/C mainframe, which is designed as a stand-alone instrument for use by digital and microprocessor hardware and software designers. The 16500B/C mainframe has HP-IB and RS-232-C interfaces for hard copy printouts and control by a host computer.

   The Agilent/HP 16550A State/Timing Analyzer module has 96 data channels, and six clock/data channels. A second 16550A card can be added to expand the module to 204 data and clock/data channels. Memory depth is 4 Kbytes in all pod pair groupings, or 8 Kbytes on just one pod (half channels). All resource terms can be assigned to either configured analyzer machine.

   Measurement data is displayed as data listings or waveforms, and can be plotted on a chart or compared to a reference image. The 100-MHz state analyzer has master, slave, and demultiplexed clocking modes available. Measurement data can be stamped with either state or time tags. For triggering and data storage, the state analyzer uses 12 sequence levels with two-way branching, 10 pattern resource terms, 2 range terms, and 2 timers/counters.

    The 500-MHz timing analyzer has conventional, transitional, and glitch timing modes with variable width, depth, and speed selections. Sequential triggering uses 10 sequence levels with two-way branching, 10 pattern resource terms, 2 range terms, 2 timers/counters and 2 edge/glitch terms. Defining a trigger specification is as easy as picking a predefined macro from a trigger macro library. Trigger macros can be used by themselves or in combination with each other.

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