Agilent recently introduced its breakthrough 16850 Series portable logic analyzers, offering the industry’s fastest timing capture with deep memory for quickly debugging digital systems.
In the past, low cost portable logic analyzers offered high speed timing capture with a relatively small number of sample points located around the trigger point of the analyzer. This limited the utility of captured data and often only allowed a designer to look in the vicinity of the “symptom” of a problem, but miss seeing the root cause of a failure. The 16850 Series allows a designer to look far back in time from the trigger point with great precision in search of root cause of failure. This results in rooting out timing issues from logic issues at that critical point in time.
“As system speeds increase, our customers need even faster deep memory timing measurements across a large number of input channels, which is exactly what Agilent’s 16850 Series of logic analyzers deliver,” said Jay Alexander, vice president and general manager of Agilent’s Oscilloscope and Protocol Division. “Combining this capability with a wide variety of probing options allows digital system designers the fastest possible debug across a wide range of applications.”
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