Agilent / HP / Keysight 16711A
16711A Timing and State Module
The agilent 16711A logic analyzer is suitable for general purpose hardware debug and 8/16 bit processor debug. Just configure the 16711A module as two independent state analyzers that sample data using separate clocks. Then, view both time-correlated state listings together on the same screen.
The 16711A logic analyzer is designed in such a way that the user can spend more time making measurements and less time setting up the logic analyzer even it may not be used everyday.
Memory depth can be an invaluable resource when trying to link the symptom of a problem to its root cause. Extensive acquisition memory of the 16711A allows you to view long periods of code execution, capture deep traces of timing information, optimize your system for peak performance, or validate your ASIC design against EDA simulations.
The 16711A logic analyzer memory system is similar to a circular buffer. When the acquisition is started, the analyzer continuously acquires data samples and stores them in memory. When memory becomes full, it simply wraps around and stores each new sample in the place of the sample that has been in memory the longest. This process will continue until the logic analyzer finds the trigger point.
The 16711A logic analyzer trigger stops the acquisition at the point the user specifies and provides a view into the system under test. The primary responsibility of the trigger is to stop the acquisition, but it can also be used to control the selective storage of data. Consider a logic analyzer with the trigger resources you need to quickly set up and test your measurements.
High input impedance will minimize the effect of probing on a circuit. Although many probes are acceptable for lower frequencies, probing effects become very significant at higher frequencies. EMF noise is everywhere, and it can corrupt the data. Active attenuator probing can be particularly susceptible to noise effects. Agilent Technologies designs probing solutions with high immunity to transient noise.
A flimsy probe gives you unintended open circuits, adding one more variable to the debugging equation. Agilent Technologies’ probes are mechanically designed to relieve strain and ensure a rugged and reliable connection.
A multitude of packages exist in the digital electronics industry. Check the large selection of probing solutions designed for specific chip packages or buses. As an alternative, Agilent offers reliable termination adapters that work with standard on-target connectors.
This16711A Analyzer, offers industry standard state and timing analysis features at an affordable price.
Timing Zoom function
Usable Deep memory
Hardware Accelerated Search
Fast waveform draw
Fast binary out
Constant feedback with cancel
Immunity to noise
Rugged and reliable connectivity
State and timing analysis through the same probe
Capture up to 204, 32K deep channels simultaneously
Maximum state clock: 100 MHz
Maximum timing sample rate: Conventional - 250/500 MHz; Transitional - 125 MHz
Maximum channel count on a single time base and trigger: 204
Maximum channels in a system: 1020
Memory depth: 32/64K (full/half channel)
Maximum trigger sequence speed: 125 MHz
Number of state clocks/qualifiers: 6
Input resistance: 100 K Ohms, ±2%
Input Capacitance: 8pF
Parasitic tip capacitance: 1.5 pF
Minimum voltage swing: 500 mV, peak-to-peak
Threshold accuracy: ±(100 mV + 3% of threshold setting)
Maximum input voltage: ±40 V peak
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50°C
Humidity 80% relative humidity at +40° C