Логические анализаторы (англ.)

Логические анализаторы (англ.)
Getting There Just Got Easier
Agilent 1680 and 1690 Series Logic Analyzers
Solve critical digital design problems faster
Getting there just got easier
When you’re debugging a design, you need to focus on solving your problems—not on mastering
your debug tools. That’s the thinking behind Agilent Technologies’ 1680 and 1690 Series logic
analyzers. These instruments work intuitively, so you can answer critical design questions without
first becoming an expert in measurement instruments.
You’ll understand your logic analyzer right out of the box—thanks to the familiar Windows®-based
features, the easy-to-navigate interface and the straightforward triggering. High performance
doesn’t mean difficult to operate. Just turn the instrument on and you’re ready to solve.
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Performance with Headroom
You get accurate and reliable measurements for today’s processors
and buses, with power to cover future technology trends:
• 200 MHz state
• Up to 800 MHz timing with 4 M of memory depth
• 200 MHz transitional timing
Instant Familiarity and Insights
The single-screen operation, intuitive triggering and familiar Windows
interface provide answers quickly and easily—so you can focus on
debugging your design.
Fitting Your Work Style
Small-footprint standalone and PC-hosted models are available for integration into your debug environment. And offline analysis capabilities allow
you to continue making measurements while you work at getting answers.
These instruments work the way you work.
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Windows Familiarity and Single-Screen Operation
A familiar Windows-based user interface takes the complexity out of making logic analyzer
measurements. You’ll feel right at home from the moment you turn on the instrument.
And if you haven’t used your logic analyzer in a while, you won’t have to spend hours
getting reacquainted with its features.
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Perform all operations directly from
the main screen—as you would with
a PC application such as Microsoft®
Word or Excel.
Access the most frequently used
features via icons.
Select advanced features from the
standard Windows menu bar.
Expand/compress buses with
Windows-like ± symbols.
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Three measurement modes
State Analysis
Transitional Timing
State analysis uses a signal from your
system under test to determine when to
sample. Because state analysis samples
are synchronous to the system under
test, they provide a view of what your
system is executing. You can capture
microprocessor and bus cycles and
then convert the data into processor
mnemonics or bus transactions with
inverse assemblers from Agilent or one
of our third-party partners.
If your system has bursts of activity
followed by times with little activity,
you can use transitional timing to
capture a longer period of system
activity. In transitional timing, the
analyzer samples data at regular
intervals but stores the data only
when there is a transition on one
of the signals.
Timing Analysis
Timing analysis uses the logic analyzer’s
internal clock to determine when to sample
system activity. With up to 800 MHz
sampling and 4 M deep memory, you’ll see
the order of events with high resolution
over a long period of time.
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When you know what you want to capture,
trigger the way you think
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During board turn-on and system debug, Agilent’s straightforward triggering
capabilities help you quickly narrow in on the root cause of a problem.
You can capture every aspect of your design, from a simple stuck bit to the
complex sequence of events leading up to a timing problem. The intuitive
triggering helps you identify the cause of elusive problems in less time—so
you can get to your solution quickly.
Selections for individual signals
Qualification selections for bus patterns
Simple Trigger
Set the trigger according to how you think
about your target signals. Use standard
events, such as rising edge, falling edge
or pattern, to define a trigger event.
These events are accessible via an easy
pull-down menu.
You can set the trigger for an event on the
basis of activity on one or more buses or
signals. Simply select the patterns, edge
or levels for the signals that apply.
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Set Quick Trigger
See something you didn’t expect in
the current trace? Simply draw a box
around the questionable event and select
Set Quick Trigger to see if it occurs again.
You don’t have to spend time defining
the trigger. The instrument does the
work for you.
Advanced Trigger
With the Advanced Trigger, you can customize a trigger for your specific situation.
You can use trigger functions as individual
trigger events or as building blocks for
complex scenarios.
Icons provide a graphical representation
for each trigger function. Simply drag-anddrop an icon into the trigger sequence. To
fully define the trace event, fill in the
blanks with values or select standard
options from the pull-down menu.
Trigger History/Recall
Save and name each trigger to create a
series of your favorite triggers. Recall a
previous trigger to test your latest defect
fix. Have the confidence of knowing you
can make the same measurement later
without having to spend time setting up
the instrument.
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Standalone 1680 Series
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Agilent’s 1680 Series standalone logic analyzers feature a 12.1-inch color display
and convenient knobs and hot keys. A glance at the interface provides quick
insights on your measurements, as well as information on the status of
the instrument.
The 12.1-inch color display allows you to
see more data. Viewing relationships
between large amounts of signals and
buses helps you identify a problem sooner.
Backlit LEDs show you the current logic
analyzer settings at a glance.
Front panel knobs let you quickly change
the vertical and position settings of the
display. You can accurately place
unlimited markers to make critical
timing measurements.
Cable flexibility allows you to conveniently access your target from the front or
back of the standalone 1680 Series.
A Default Setup key returns the logic
analyzer to a known state—an important
feature if you share your logic analyzer.
The small footprint saves valuable
workspace.
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Connecting to your world
Each measurement you take provides
additional clues to the cause of your
design problems. Because access to
your captured traces and the answers
they provide is critical, your Agilent 1680
Series standalone logic analyzer gives you
several options for data storage, retrieval
and sharing.
A 10/100Base-T LAN interface lets you
easily print waveforms on networked
printers, save your results on your office
PC, and share information with others.
The hard-drive capacity—40 GB minimum—allows you to store all of your
setups and results for future recall.
The 1.44 MB floppy drive makes it easy
to save your setups to standard 3.5-inch
floppy disks.
Two IEEE 1394 ports enable connection
of external hard drives or read/write
CD-ROM drives for data storage and
retrieval.
Two USB ports enable the hot connection
of mouse or keyboards.
A mouse lets you point and click with
ease, or you can choose a different pointing device that best meets your needs.
A small keyboard is standard.
Trigger In/Trigger Out BNCs allow you
to trigger or arm external devices and to
receive signals that can be used to arm
the logic analyzer.
A parallel printer port lets you print
hard copies of screen graphics for project
documentation.
An external video port allows you to
connect large displays.
A 24x CD-ROM drive is used to update
system software.
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PC-hosted 1690 Series
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Agilent’s 1690 Series PC-hosted logic analyzers provide the lowest price point for
high-performance logic analysis. They allow you to carry out your debug work in
your familiar PC environment.
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An IEEE 1394 port provides direct connection to a 500 MHz minimum Intel® Celeron
or AMD K-6 II (or equivalent) PC running
Windows 2000 Professional. Purchase
additional quantities of E5851A (IEEE 1394
PCI card and cable) so the instrument can
be shared throughout the team.
PC-hosting allows you to see your design
with the same display size and resolution
of your regular working environment.
Trigger In/Trigger Out BNCs allow you
to trigger or arm external devices and
to receive signals that can be used to
arm the logic analyzer.
Cables connect conveniently to your
target from the front of the analyzer.
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Access to your captured traces, your ability
to store and retrieve data, and your print
capabilities depend on your PC and network
environment.
A smaller footprint saves valuable workspace
and makes for easy portability.
Get instant insights into your design
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Your Agilent logic analyzer helps you expose problems quickly and easily,
so you can spend your time designing a solution. The instrument’s
navigation, data view and analysis features provide instant insights into
your system’s operation.
Trace Navigation
Traverse the trace quickly using
Beginning, Trigger and End icons.
Scroll rapidly through the measurement
using the dedicated knobs or GUI scroll
bars.
Zoom in and out to get just the view
you want.
Receive instant feedback on the exact
position of the display data relative to
the entire trace.
Data View
Check the activity indicators to see
if your target is alive.
Individually color and size the
signals/buses to highlight and
differentiate areas of interest.
View data in a format you understand—
binary, hex, decimal, ASCII, or user
defined symbols.
Compare signals/buses directly with
the Overlay feature.
Analysis Tools
Find meaning in the most complex data
with Find and Filter tools.
Gain quick insights into event frequency
by using the color selection in the Filter
tool.
Simultaneously view bus values and
chart bus activity over time.
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Channels
136, 102, 68, 34
State Analysis
Specifications,
Characteristics, and
Probe Compatibility
442.70 mm
17.429 in.
256.71 mm
10.107 in.
State speed
200 MHz
State memory depth
Standard (‘A’ Series): 256 K
Deep (‘AD’ Series): 1 M
Minimum state clock pulse width
1.2 ns
Time tag resolution
4 ns or ± 0.1%, whichever is greater
Maximum time count between states
17 seconds
State clock/qualifiers
4 (2 on 34 channel models)
Minimum master-to-master clock time
5.0 ns
Minimum master-to-slave clock time
2.0 ns
Minimum slave-to-master clock time
5.0 ns
Setup/hold time
(Single clock, single edge)
2.5 ns window adjustable from 4.5/–2 ns
to –2.0/4.5 ns in 100 ps increments per channel
Setup/hold time
(Multiple clock, multi edge)
3.0 ns window adjustable from 5.0/–2 ns
to –1.5/4.5 ns in 100 ps increments per channel
Timing Analysis
384.53 mm
15.139 in.
Timing speed
800/400 MHz (half/full channel)
Timing memory depth
Standard (‘A’ Series): 1 M/512 K (half/full channel)
Deep ‘AD’ Series):
4 M/2 M (half/full channel)
Sample period, full channels
2.5 ns to 1 ms
Sample period, half channels
1.25 ns
Sample period accuracy
± (0.01% of Sample period ± 100 ps)
Channel-to-channel skew
< 1.5 ns typical
Time interval accuracy
± (Sample period accuracy + channel-to-channel
skew +0.01% of reading)
Triggering
Sequencer speed
200 MHz
Maximum occurrence counter
16,777,215
Range width
32 bits
Timer value range
100 ns to 5497 seconds
Timer resolution
5 ns
Timer accuracy
10 ns ± 0.01% of setting
Trigger resources
16 patterns
15 ranges
Timers
3 (136 channels)
2 (102 channels)
1 (68 channels)
0 (34 channels)
Occurrence counters
1 per sequence level
1680 Series dimensions
437.66 mm
17.231 in.
152.92 mm
6.020 in.
Trigger sequence levels
16
Trigger in arms logic analyzer
15 ns typical delay
Trigger to trigger out
150 ns typical delay
Probe Compatibility
(Probes ordered separately)
334.19 mm
13.157 in.
E5383A
E5346A
E5394A
E5385A
E5339A
E5351A
17-channel flying lead probe
34-channel Mictor probe
34-channel soft touch connectorless probe
34-channel Samtec probe
34-channel low voltage Mictor probe
34-channel unterminated Mictor probe
1690 Series dimensions
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A family of high-performance logic analyzers
at an affordable price
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Agilent’s Windows-based logic analyzers are designed to match your work style, application
and budget. All, models offer a variety of channel counts and memory depths in
standalone or PC-hosted form factors. Each provides the same performance, core features and
functionality in a small footprint that saves valuable workspace.
Measurement Modes
Memory Depths
Timing: 800/400 MHz
(half/full channel)
Standard (‘A‘ Series): 1 M/512 K (full/half channel)
Deep (‘AD’ Series): 4 M/2 M (half/full channel)
State: 200 MHz
Standard (‘A’ Series): 256 K
Deep (‘AD’ Series): 1 M
Transitional Timing: 200 MHz
Standard (‘A‘ Series): 256 K
Deep (‘AD’ Series): 1 M
1680 Series
1690 Series
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Self-contained standalone instrument
Large, built-in, 12.1-inch color display
Cable flexibility—front or back
Front panel knobs and hot keys
Includes a mouse, mini keyboard, front
panel cover and accessory pouch
PC-hosted instrument
Uses PC display
Cable connection from the front
Small footprint, lowest price
Includes desktop IEEE 1394 PCI card
and cable, laptop IEEE 1394 cable and
accessory pouch
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Selecting a logic analyzer to meet your application and budget is as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Choose the
1 form factor
Standalone 1680 Series
PC-Hosted 1690 Series
Choose the
2 memory depth
3 Select the channel count.
136
102
68
34
Channels
Channels
Channels
Channels
Standard Memory
1680A
1681A
1682A
1683A
Deep Memory
1680AD
1681AD
1682AD
1683AD
Standard Memory
1690A
1691A
1692A
1693A
Deep Memory
1690AD
1691AD
1692AD
1693AD
NOTE: Probes are ordered separately. Please specify probes when ordering to ensure the correct connection between your logic analyzer
and device under test. Order any combination and quantity of the probes listed on page 10.
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Agilent Technologies’ Test and Measurement
Support, Services, and Assistance
Agilent Technologies aims to maximize the value
you receive, while minimizing your risk and problems. We strive to ensure that you get the test and
measurement capabilities you paid for and obtain
the support you need. Our extensive support
resources and services can help you choose the
right Agilent products for your applications and
apply them successfully. Every instrument and system we sell has a global warranty. Support is available for at least five years beyond the production
life of the product. Two concepts underlie Agilent's
overall support policy: "Our Promise" and "Your
Advantage."
Solve critical digital design
problems faster.
Our Promise
Our Promise means your Agilent test and measurement equipment will meet its advertised performance and functionality. When you are choosing
new equipment, we will help you with product
information, including realistic performance specifications and practical recommendations from experienced test engineers. When you use Agilent
equipment, we can verify that it works properly,
help with product operation, and provide basic
measurement assistance for the use of specified
capabilities, at no extra cost upon request. Many
self-help tools are available.
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Your Advantage
Create a quality connection to your target system
Agilent provides probing solutions that deliver a solid electrical and mechanical
connection to your target, no matter what mix of chip packages, test ports and
probes your application requires. The 1680 and 1690 Series logic analyzers also
provide inverse assembly support for many of today’s leading processors and buses.
The following literature provides information on probing and specific processor/bus
solutions for the 1680 and 1690 Series analyzers. For copies of this literature, contact
your Agilent representative or visit: www.agilent.com/find/logic
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Get the latest information on the products and applications you select.
Your Advantage means that Agilent offers a wide
range of additional expert test and measurement
services, which you can purchase according to your
unique technical and business needs. Solve problems efficiently and gain a competitive edge by contracting with us for calibration, extra-cost upgrades,
out-of-warranty repairs, and on-site education and
training, as well as design, system integration, project management, and other professional engineering services. Experienced Agilent engineers and
technicians worldwide can help you maximize your
productivity, optimize the return on investment of
your Agilent instruments and systems, and obtain
dependable measurement accuracy for the life of
those products.
For more assistance with your test and
measurement needs or to find your local
Agilent office go to
Description
Agilent Pub.
Number
www.agilent.com/find/assist
Publication
Probing Solutions for
Agilent Logic Analysis Systems
Product Overview
5968-4632E
Product specifications and descriptions in this
document subject to change without notice.
Processor and Bus Support for
Agilent Technologies Logic Analyzers
Configuration Guide
5966-4365E
© Agilent Technologies, Inc. 2003
Printed in USA October 29, 2003
Intel is a U.S. registered trademark and Celeron
is a U.S. trademark of Intel Corporation.
Microsoft and Windows are U.S. registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
5988-2675EN
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