Agilent/HP 54622D Dual Channel 100 MHz/Logic Analyzer/Oscillscope

Agilent/HP 54622D Dual Channel 100 MHz/Logic Analyzer/Oscillscope
Manufacturer: Agilent / HP
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Agilent/HP 54622D Dual Channel 100 MHz/Logic Analyzer/Oscillscope

 

Agilent/HP 54622D Dual Channel 100 MHz/Logic Analyzer/Oscilloscope

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   The Agilent/HP 54622D 2+16 channel, 100 MHz Mixed-Signal Oscilloscope (MSO), with two scope channels and 16 logic timing channels, uniquely combines the detailed signal analysis of a scope with the multi-channel timing measurements of a logic analyzer. It lets you trigger on and view the complex interactions among your signals on up to 18 channels simultaneously. The 54622D is ideally suited for CPLD and MCU based applications.  

Features
  • Unique 2+16 channel MSO model
  • 100 MHz
  • Patented high-definition display with superior horizontal resolution
  • 4 MB of MegaZoom deep memory mapped to 32 levels of intensity, 25 million vectors/sec.
  • Powerful, flexible triggering including I²C, SPI, LIN, CAN and USB
  • Standard built-in floppy, RS-232 and parallel ports, FFT's

   The mixed-signal oscilloscopes (MSO), with 2 analog channels and 16 digital channels, uniquely combine the detailed signal analysis of a scope with the multichannel timing measurements of a logic analyzer. They let you see the complex interactions among your signals on up to 18 channels at the same time. No more guesswork and no more poking around to see a few channels at a time. These scopes can easily conquer mixed analog and digital debugging problems that a traditional scope can't begin to address, because they let you simultaneously test and monitor the highspeed digital control signals and the slower analog signals in your design.

  If you work with both analog and digital components, Agilent Technologies 54622D Series oscilloscopes can help you easily see more of what's going on in your designs. The unique 2 + 16-channel mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO) models and the traditional 2- and 4-channel models are optimized with just the capabilities you need for verifying and debugging designs that include A/Ds, D/As, DSPs, and embedded 8- or 16-bit microcontrollers. These scopes give you the tools you need to solve your mixed analog and digital engineering challenges more easily.

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