Tektronix TLA7AA4

Tektronix TLA7AA4

136 Channel Logic Analyzer Module

The Tektronix TLA7AA4 is one of our refurbished 136 Channel Logic Analyzer Modules.

Price: $150.00

Refurbished In Stock


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Tektronix TLA7AA4 Features:

  • 136 channels (4 are clock and 4 are qualifier channels)
  • 8 GHz timing, 120 MHz state, 128 Kb depth
  • Channel Grouping: No limit to number of groups or number of channels per group (all channels can be reused in multiple groups)
  • Time Stamp–51-Bits at 125 ps resolution (3.25 days duration)
  • Clocking/Acquisition Modes: Internal, internal 2X, internal 4X, external, external 2X, external 4X, source synchronous
  • 8 GHz MagniVu™ high-speed timing is available simultaneous
  • Number of Mainframe Slots Required per TLA Series Module–2
  • 500 ps (2 GHz)/32 Mb Deep Memory Timing Analysis
  • MagniVu™ Acquisition Technology Provides up to 125 ps (8 GHz) Timing Resolution to Find Difficult Problems Quickly
  • Up to 800 MHz State Acquisition Analysis of Synchronous Digital Circuits
  • Simultaneous State, Highspeed Timing, and Analog Analysis Through the Same Probe Pinpoints Elusive Faults Without Double Probing
  • Glitch and Setup/Hold Triggering and Display Finds and Displays Elusive Hardware Problems
  • Transitional Storage Extends the Signal Analysis Capture Time
  • Simultaneous Analog and Digital Measurements Through the Same Probe
  • Compression Probing System With 0.5 pF Capacitive Loading Eliminates Need For On-board Connectors, Minimizes Intrusion on Circuits and is Ideal for Differential Signal Applications
  • Broad Processor and Bus Support


  • Hardware Debug and Verification
  • Processor/Bus Debug and Verification Including Source Synchronous Clocking
  • Embedded Software Integration, Debug and Verification

The TLA7AA4 logic analyzer modules answer the need with breakthrough solutions for the entire design team, providing the ability to quickly monitor, capture and analyze real-time digital system operation in order to debug, verify, optimize and validate digital systems.