Agilent/HP 16557D Logic Analysis Module

Agilent/HP 16557D Logic Analysis Module
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 16557D 68 Channel 135 MHz State/500 MHz Timing Module

 

Agilent/HP 16557D 68 Channel 135 MHz State/500 MHz Timing Module

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   The Agilent/HP 16557D 135 MHz state and 500 MHz timing analysis module offers high performance 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.

Features

  • 2M of acquisition memory to help link a symptom of a problem with a cause
  • 140 MHz state speed
  • 500 MHz timing analysis provides detailed timing information on high-speed buses
  •  68 to 340 channels of data capture on the same time base and data trigger
     

   The Agilent/HP 16557D State/Timing Analyzer module is part of a new generation of general-purpose logic analyzers. It is used with the Agilent/HP 16500C Logic Analysis System mainframe, which is designed as a standalone instrument for use by digital and microprocessor hardware and software designers. The 16557D logic analyzer is not compatible with earlier models of the 16500 logic analysis system. The 16500C mainframe has GPIB and RS-232-C interfaces for hard copy printouts and control by a host computer.

   The State/Timing Analyzer module has 64 data channels and four clock/data channels. Two additional 16557D cards can be added to expand the module to 200 data and 4 clock/data channels. Up to two more 16557D cards can be added to expand the module to 336 data and 4 clock/data channels, but the state speed decreases to 100 MHz.  Memory depth on the 16557D is 2M in all pod pair groupings, or 4M on just one pod (timing half-channel mode). All available resource terms can be assigned to either configured state or timing analyzer machine. Measurement data is displayed as data listings or waveforms. The 135-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 conventional timing analyzer has 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.

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