16760A Agilent Logic Analyzer


The 16760A is a 34 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.

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Additional Features:

Timing Analysis (Asynchronous Sampling):

  • 800 MHz / 800 MHz (half / full-channel) conventional timing with deep memory
  • 400 MHz transitional timing

State Analysis (Synchronous Sampling):

  • State clock rates up to 800Mb/s (full channel) and 1.5Gb/s (half channel)
  • Data rates: up to 1.5 Gb/s
  • Automated threshold/sample position setup for accurate measurements on high-speed buses
  • Simultaneous eye diagrams on all channels identify problem signals quickly

Configuration Considerations:

  • 34-channels per module, Up to 170 channels in single time base with 5 modules combined
  • Selectable memory depths: 64 M (Standard)
  • Compatible with 90-pin logic analyzer probes. Probes are ordered separately.
  • Compatible with 16900 Series modular logic analyzers

Additional Capabilities:

  • Comprehensive single-ended and differential signal support, threshold is adjustable from -3 V to 5 V (10 mV increments)

The Agilent 16760A state and timing module, with its new eye scan feature is the first logic analyzer that displays eye diagrams similar to eye diagrams on an oscilloscope. Eye scan enables you to acquire, display and analyze eye diagrams on hundreds of channels simultaneously without the need to move probes.

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