Agilent / HP / Keysight 16720A
16720A 300 M Vector/Sec Pattern Generator Module
The 16720A module provides the simplicity and power needed to conquer complex systems by combining state/timing analysis, oscilloscopes, pattern generators, post-processing tool sets, and emulation in one integrated system.
Modularity is the key to the Agilent 16720A pattern generator systems’ long term value. All modules are tightly integrated to provide time-correlated, cross-domain measurements.
With up to 16 M Vectors depth and 300 M Vectors/sec operation and up to 240 channels of stimulus, the 16720A Pattern Generator Module provides a new level of capability that makes complex device substitution a reality. It supports TTL, CMOS, 3.3V, 3-state, ECL, PECL, and LVPECL.
The Agilent 16720A module supports a large, 12.1 inch LCD touch screen and redesigned front panel controls for an easy-to-operate, self-contained unit requiring minimal bench space and offering simple portability.
The 16720A mainframe includes a 40X CD-ROM drive, a 9 GB hard disk drive, 100BaseT-X LAN, and 128 MB of internal system RAM (optional 256 MB total). By connecting up to eight mainframes and expanders, time-correlated traces for all buses in a large channel count, multi-bus system can be simultaneously viewed.
With Agilent BenchLink XL 16700, Data can be moved automatically from the logic analyzer into Microsoft Excel with just a click of the mouse. Use Microsoft Excel’s powerful functions to post-process captured trace data to get the insight you need.
Agilent’s eye finder technology automatically adjusts the setup and hold on every channel, eliminating the need for manual adjustment and ensuring accurate state measurements on high-speed buses.
The Timing Zoom technology enables acquisition of data simultaneously at up to 2 GHz timing and 400 MHz state through the same connection. Timing Zoom is available across all channels, all the time.
Debuggers provide visibility into software execution for systems running software written in C and C++ as well as active microprocessor execution control (run control). Import symbol files created by your language tool. Symbols allow you to set up trigger conditions and review waveform and state listings in easily recognized terms that relate directly to the names used for signals on your target and the functions and variables in your code.
BenchLink XL is shipped with each logic analysis system and can be downloaded to your PC from the system’s own web page. Use the Agilent BenchLink XL tool bar to connect to a logic analysis system. Select from the available labels and specify the destination cell location in Microsoft Excel.
If more channels of stimulus are needed, generating stimulus using CAE tools are intended, or high-speed performance of up to 300 MHz is required, the 16720A is the best choice which offers unbeatable capabilities at a very affordable price.
Touch Screen Interface
Enhanced Mainframe Hardware
Timing Zoom Technology
Processor and Bus Support
Direct Links to EDA Tools
Transparent File System Access
Post-Processing Analysis Tools
Multi-Windowed View of Target System Activity
Resizable Windows and Data Views
Built-in 40x CD-ROM drive
10/100 BaseT LAN auto-sensing
128MB system RAM
Supports TTL, CMOS, 3.3V, 3-state, ECL, PECL, and LVPECL
Hard Disk Drive: 9 GB formatted disk drive
Internal System RAM: 128 MB
Monitor Resolution: 640 x 480 through 1280 x 1024
Protocols Supported TCP/IP: NFS, CIFS (Windows® 95/98/NT), FTP, NTP, PCNFS
Physical Connectors: 10BaseT/100BaseT-X (ethertwist): RJ-45
Number of signals: 8
Levels: 3V TTL compatible
Connector: 2 rows of 5 pins, 0.1-inch centers
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50°C
Humidity: 8 to 80% relative humidity at 40°C
Power: 115/230 V, 48 to 66 Hz, 610 W max
Net Weight: 15.2 kg (32.4 lb)
Maximum memory depth: 16 MVectors
Number of output channels at ≤ 300 MHz clock: 24
Number of output channels at ≤ 180 MHz clock: 48
Number of output channels at ≤ 200 MHz clock: 24
Number of output channels at ≤ 100 MHz clock: 48
Number of different macros: 100
Maximum number of lines in a macro: 1024
Maximum number of parameters in a macro: 10
Maximum number of macro invocations: 1000
Maximum loop count in a repeat loop: 20000
Maximum number of repeat loop invocations: 1000
Maximum number of "Wait" event patterns: 4
Number of input lines to define a pattern: 3
Maximum number of modules in a system: 5
Maximum width of a vector (in a 5 module system) : 240 bits
Maximum width of a label: 32 bits
Maximum number of labels: 126
Maximum number of vectors in binary format: 16 MVectors
Minimum number of vectors in binary format: 4096