Agilent/HP 16555D 68-Channel Logic Analyzer Module

Agilent/HP 16555D 68-Channel Logic Analyzer Module
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 16555D 68-Channel Logic Analyzer Module


Agilent/HP 16555D 68-Channel Logic Analyzer Module

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For the 16500x series logic analyzers

   The Agilent/HP 16555D 110 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. Set up your analyzer to perform simultaneous, fully time-correlated state analysis on some channels and timing analysis on the rest.

  • Both basic and complex state and timing macros are available in the trigger macro library. Macros can be combined to create custom trigger setups.
  • Each trigger macro displays a graphic of the measurement and a sentence-like structure to make setting the trigger easy. Set up your trigger in terms of the measurement you want rather than the trigger functions in the logic analyzer.
  • Families of trigger macros make it easy to pick out just the trigger macro you need, and avoid the hassle of wading through a long list of triggers to find the one you want.

Key Features for the HP 16555D

  • 110-MHz state and 500-MHz timing acquisition speed.
  • 64 data channels/4 clocks expandable to 200 data/4 clock channels.
  • Lightweight passive probes for easy hookup and compatibility with previous HP logic analyzers and preprocessors.
  • HP-IB and RS-232-C interface for programming and hard copy printouts.
  • Variable setup/hold time, 3.5-ns window.
  • External arming to and from other modules through the intermodule bus.
  • 2-M deep memory on all channels with 4 Mbytes in half-channel modes.
  • Marker measurements.
  • 12 levels of trigger sequencing for state and 10 levels of sequential triggering for Timing.
  • Both state and timing analyzers can use 10 pattern resource terms, two range terms, and two timer/counters to qualify and trigger on data. The timing analyzer also has two edge terms available.
  • Time (8-ns resolution) and number-of-qualified-states tagging.
  • Full programmability.
  • Mixed State/Timing and State/State (interleaved) display.
  • Waveform display.