1650B Agilent Logic Analyzer
The 1650B is a 80 channel Logic Analyzer from Agilent. A logic analyzer is a type of electronic test equipment that engineers use to capture and display signals from a digital circuit or system. Logic analyzers are useful for measuring data, such as state machine traces, timing diagrams, and protocol decodes. When an engineer needs to view the timing relationship between multiple signals, he or she will use a logic analyzer for signal monitoring over time.
- Timing to 100 MHz for all 80 channels.
- State to 35 MHz for all 80 channels.
- Memory is 1K bit per channel. Supports must 8, 16 and 32 bit microprocessors
The clocks and clock qualifiers allow your Agilent 1650B system to determine when the analyzer takes a sample. Storage qualification allows you to specify which states are stored in memory. Eight sequence levels determine the sequence of states. Eight pattern recognizers, one range recognizer or logical combinations of these are used to identify stored states. Tagging keeps track of the amount of time or the number of states between stored states. Enable/disable can be used to restrict storage to the activity of a specific routine.