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E9340A - Keysight / Agilent Logic Analyzers

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  • Model: E9340A
  • Manufactured by: Keysight / Agilent
  • Max. Channels Number: 34
  • Max. State Speed: 100.0MHz
  • Max. Timing Speed: 250MHz
  • Extra Specifications: LogicWave PC Logic Analyzer - discont.
The Agilent E9340A LogicWave logic analyzer is easy to use, inexpensive, and powerful. It''s the perfect personal tool for digital circuit debugging. LogicWave offers single screen operation with an easy to use graphical interface. This is the perfect tool if you are looking for an easy to use, inexpensive solution to your debugging needs. A PC-hosted logic analyzer connects to a personal computer that runs the logic analyzer user interface software. You can set up measurements, run them, and display and analyze the captured data on your PC. These tools are designed for personal and portable use. Features: Single-screen user interface -- the most commonly used features, and the captured data, are available on one screen Portable (can fit in a briefcase with a laptop computer) Least expensive logic analyzer in the history of Agilent Technologies Uses the display, processor, and input devices of your PC so you do not pay twice for the same functions (connects via parallel port) 34 channels Memory depth of 128K samples on each channel in timing mode, 64K in state mode 100 MHz state analysis 250 MHz timing analysis Perfect for debugging digital circuits that use 8- or 16-bit microprocessors, micro-controllers, or FPGAs
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