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'PC logic analyzer (commercial one?)'
1999\08\27@094250 by Harrison Cooper

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I'm still looking for a GOOD commercial one.  The wider and faster the
better.  Right now we are using HP units, 16500C models, with 4GHz pods.  I
doubt I can find anything that good to hook to my laptop, but something like
500Mhz timing, 250Mhz states, 64 bits wide would be nice.

Anyone know of such a thing...?

1999\08\27@141910 by Bob Drzyzgula

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Sadly, this requires an ISA card, but if you can stand that
then: http://www.linkinstruments.com/logana4.htm --
up to 500MSa/s, up to 160 channels, although not both
at once. One configuration will apparantly meet your
64ch@250MSa/s spec, but that also appears to be the
absolute limit for the device.

--Bob

Don't know about good, I found it through the search engine
at T&M Word's website, http://www.tmworld.com.

--Bob

On Fri, Aug 27, 1999 at 07:41:16AM -0600, Harrison Cooper wrote:
> I'm still looking for a GOOD commercial one.  The wider and faster the
> better.  Right now we are using HP units, 16500C models, with 4GHz pods.  I
> doubt I can find anything that good to hook to my laptop, but something like
> 500Mhz timing, 250Mhz states, 64 bits wide would be nice.
>
> Anyone know of such a thing...?

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