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FBDIMM INTERPOSER PROBE
FS2343
Users Manual
For use with Agilent Technologies Logic Analyzers
Revision 1.2
FuturePlus is a trademark of FuturePlus Systems Corporation
Copyright 2004 FuturePlus Systems Corporation
How to reach us.......................................................................................................................4
Product Warranty....................................................................................................................5
Limitation of warranty................................................................................................................... 5
Exclusive Remedies ....................................................................................................................................5
Assistance......................................................................................................................................... 5
Software License Agreement ..................................................................................................6
License Agreement.......................................................................................................................... 6
Use of the software.......................................................................................................................... 6
Copies and Adaptations.................................................................................................................. 6
Ownership ....................................................................................................................................... 6
Sublicensing and Distribution........................................................................................................ 6
Introduction.............................................................................................................................7
Probe Performance Limitation...................................................................................................... 7
Definitions........................................................................................................................................ 7
Logic Analyzer Modules ..............................................................................................................................7
Logic Analyzer Machine ..............................................................................................................................7
FS2343 Probe Description......................................................................................................8
Probe Technical Feature Summary .............................................................................................. 9
Probe Components.......................................................................................................................... 9
Probe Set-up ..........................................................................................................................10
Probe overview.............................................................................................................................. 10
Mechanical Brackets..................................................................................................................... 10
External Power supply ................................................................................................................. 11
Signal Assignments on Probe Pods.............................................................................................. 12
Logic Analyzer card requirements.............................................................................................. 12
Configuration files ................................................................................................................12
Software Requirements .........................................................................................................13
Setting up the 169xx Analyzer ..................................................................................................... 13
169xx Licensing ............................................................................................................................. 13
Loading 169xx configuration files and General Purpose Probe feature.................................. 13
Configuration File Labels ....................................................................................................15
Sampling labels ............................................................................................................................. 15
DRAM labels ................................................................................................................................. 15
Channel Command labels ............................................................................................................ 15
Default Trigger.............................................................................................................................. 16
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Symbols..................................................................................................................................17
Preferences ............................................................................................................................19
SM (SMBus) Control ............................................................................................................21
Paddle card Settings ..................................................................................................................... 21
Probe Settings................................................................................................................................ 21
Event Bus Cabling ........................................................................................................................ 22
Probe Control Application ....................................................................................................22
Loading the Probe Control Software .......................................................................................... 22
Using the Probe Control Software .............................................................................................. 22
Setup...........................................................................................................................................................23
SB Commands ............................................................................................................................................24
Store Qualification......................................................................................................................................25
Trigger Events ............................................................................................................................................26
Event Bus ...................................................................................................................................................27
State Analysis Operation.......................................................................................................28
Setting Sample Positions .............................................................................................................. 28
State Display.................................................................................................................................. 30
Offline Analysis.....................................................................................................................30
Appendix................................................................................................................................33
FS2343 Paddle Signal to Logic Analyzer Connector and Channel Mapping.......................... 33
General Information .............................................................................................................45
Probe Connection .......................................................................................................................................45
Protocol supported......................................................................................................................................45
Logic Analyzer required.............................................................................................................................45
Logic Analyzer Adapter Cables required ...................................................................................................45
Service requirements ..................................................................................................................................45
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Product Warranty
Due to wide variety of possible customer target implementations, the FS2343
FBDIMM Interposer probe has a 30 day acceptance period by the customer from
the date of receipt. If the customer does not contact FuturePlus Systems within 30
days of the receipt of the product it will be determined that the customer has
accepted the product. If the customer is not satisfied with the FS2343 FBDIMM
Interposer probe they may return it within 30 days for a refund.
This FuturePlus Systems® product has a warranty against defects in material and
workmanship for a period of 1 year from the date of shipment. During the warranty
period, FuturePlus Systems will, at its option, either replace or repair products proven to
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properly installed on that instrument. FuturePlus Systems does not warrant that the
operation of the hardware or software will be uninterrupted or error-free.
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Software License Agreement
IMPORTANT - Please read this license agreement carefully before opening the media
envelope. Rights in the software are offered only on the condition that the customer
agrees to all terms and conditions of the license agreement. Opening the media
envelope indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions. If you do not agree
to the licensing agreement, you may return the unopened package for a full refund.
License Agreement
In return for payment for this product, FuturePlus Systems grants the Customer a
SINGLE user LICENSE in the software subject to the following:
Use of the software
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Customer may use the software on any one Agilent 1690x mainframe logic analysis system.
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Customer may make copies or adaptations of the software.
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Customer may not reverse assemble or decompile the software.
Copies and Adaptations
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Are allowed for archival purpose only.
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Sublicensing and Distribution
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physical media or by electronic means or any other means without the prior written consent of
FuturePlus Systems.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the FuturePlus Systems FS2343 FBDIMM Interposer Logic
Analyzer Probe. We think you will find the FS2343, along with your Agilent Technologies
Logic Analyzer, a valuable tool for helping to characterize and debug your FBDIMMbased systems. This Users Guide will provide the information you need to install,
configure, and use the FBDIMM Interposer Probe. If you have any questions about this
Guide or use of this probe, please contact FuturePlus Systems Corporation.
Probe Performance Limitation
The FS2343 Interposer probe is subject to the limitation inherent in probing the FBDIMM
bus at 4 GHz and the extension of the high speed trace lengths of one FBDIMM slot by
65 mm. The probe is also dependent on the “logic analyzer interface” decode function of
the Advanced Memory Buffer chip used as an interface between the FBDIMM High
speed signals and the logic analyzer. If you have any questions please contact
FuturePlus Systems.
Definitions
Logic Analyzer Modules
"Module" - A set of logic analyzer cards that have been configured (via cables
connecting the cards) to operate as a single logic analyzer whose total available
channels is the sum of the channels on each card. A trigger within a module can be
specified using all of the channels of that module. Each module may be further broken
up into "Machines”. A single module may not extend beyond a single 5 card 16900
frame.
Logic Analyzer Machine
"Machine" - A set of logic analyzer pods from a logic analyzer module grouped together
to operate as a single state or timing analyzer.
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FS2343 Probe Description
The FS2343 FBDIMM Interposer Probe is based on the “Logic Analyzer Interface (LAI)
Mode” of the Advanced Memory Buffer chip used on Fully Buffered DIMMs. This mode
allows decoding of the Primary Southbound (from memory controller to FBDIMMs)
Commands and Data as well as Secondary Northbound Commands and Data from the
interposed FBDIMM located in the card edge connector on the top of the FS2343
Interposer Probe.
The probe can provide a single Southbound frame of 120 bits (10 lanes of 12 bits each)
as well as a Northbound frame of 168 bits (14 lanes of 12 bits each) to the logic
analyzer. On each line of the trace list a complete Northbound and Southbound frame is
captured to simplify triggering. State Analysis of these frames is provided through the
use of a Protocol Decoder.
The probe requires control through a SMBus provided by the logic analyzer. This control
is provided with the probe that runs on the 16900 workspace and is linked to the probe
thru the SMBus ports in the logic analyzer cards when used with the 1690x series
Agilent Logic Analyzer frames. 16753/4/5/6 as well as 16950 cards are supported. This
LAI control Probe Add-In allows the user complete control over the LAI mode functions
of the AMB used in the FS2343 to control Set-up, Triggering, Store Qualification, and
AMB Register parameters.
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Probe Technical Feature Summary
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Quick and easy connection between a 240 pin FBDIMM connector and Agilent
1690x Logic Analyzers.
Complete and accurate state analysis of Primary South and Secondary Northbound
FBDIMM traffic as seen by the AMB in LAI mode on the Interposer probe.
Integrated control of Advanced Memory Buffer Logic Analyzer Interface functions.
Ability to accept an FBDIMM and hence allow full backplane performance
evaluation.
Probe Components
The following components have been shipped with your FS2343 Probe:
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FS2343 Interposer Probe with cable attached Paddle card for logic analyzer
connection
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1 10” EV cable, 3 .100” center pin jumpers, and mechanical brackets for support of
the probe in either 180 degree or 90 degree orientations.
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External AC power supply for the FS2343 Interposer probe.
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CD containing Protocol Decode software for 1690x frame or offline analysis, as well
as the Probe Control software
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This Users Guide and other information on CD-ROM.
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Quick Start Sheet.
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Software Entitlement Certificate for 1690x or offline analysis.
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Probe Set-up
Probe overview
The FS2343 Interposer probe uses an AMB device in “LAI” mode and provides the
appropriate FBDIMM connections to an “interposed” FBDIMM device for it to operate
within the memory bus. The LAI mode performs 2 functions. First, it demultiplexes and
decodes the NB and SB traffic into the frame based information that is presented to the
logic analyzer. Second, it acts as a link in the NB and SB chain in the memory bus. In
this case it looks logically as an “upstream” or northside node to the interposed FBDIMM
in its straddle connector.
Mechanical Brackets
The FS2343 Interposer probe can be used in several orientations. The first is a straight
up from the backplane, or 180 degree orientation, which requires that the 2 straight
brackets be assembled to the probe at its top and bottom with the associated nylon
hardware.
Care must be taken whenever the flex portion of the probe is moved, as FBDIMM
signal integrity will degrade with repeated flexing.
Make sure that no portion of the probe is touching other surfaces in the target
system and be sure that the cables from the probe to the Paddle card are free
from kinks and any sharp or hot surfaces that may damage the cables.
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The other orientation for the probe is with a 90 degree bend to either it’s front (AMB) or
back side. There are right angle brackets provided to keep the probe in this position
along with the associated nylon hardware. It is our recommendation that the interposed
FBDIMM be placed in the probe before the probe is bent over. This provides additional
stiffness at the FBDIMM straddle mount connector on the top of the probe.
The right angle brackets bend the probe in a “high” position which would allow a user to
place a second FS2343 Interposer in the slot next to it bent at a “lower” angle that would
allow the second probe to nest underneath the first probe bent and secured by the
brackets in the “high” position.
Be very careful when nesting 2 Interposer probes. Make sure there is good
ventilation for all the AMB chips and that the cables are not kinked or resting on
any sharp or hot objects.
External Power supply
The FS2343 Interposer probe requires the use an external DC power supply. This unit is
provided as part of the product and is required for the probe to operate. It is connected
to the probe with a mini plug. Do not use any other DC supply with the probe.
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Signal Assignments on Probe Pods
There are signal connections for up to 6 different logic analyzer adapter cables
(E5378A). This provides the user with some flexibility in terms of which signals they
connect to based on the type of analysis that is needed, e.g. SB or NB only, all trigger
events, SB and NB traffic together, etc. The 16753/4/5/6 cards require the E5378A
adapter cables. 1 Adapter cable is required for 2 logic analyzer pods.
Logic Analyzer card requirements
The FS2343 FBDIMM Probe requires up to five logic analyzer cards depending on what
decode information is required by the user. There are several different configuration files
provided for the following applications. Note: all these configurations require the use of
16753/4/5/6 cards and Dual Sample Mode in the Logic Analyzer.
Configuration files
Probe Configuration
Configuration
File
Probe Connections to the
Analyzer
State Analysis requirement
SB and NB up to 533 Mb/s
with 10 trigger bits
FB238_5
J10 (Master) Odd and
Even, J13 Odd and Even,
J9 odd/even, J11 Odd and
Even, J12 Odd and Even
3 cards configured as one module for
speeds up to 533 Mb/s
SB Only and 8 Trigger bits
FB238_4
J9 Even, J10 (Master) Odd
and Even, J12 Even, J13
Odd and Even
3 cards configured as one module, one
dual sample state machine
NB Only and 9 Trigger bits
FB238_3
J9 Odd and Even, J11
Odd and Even, J12 Odd
and Even, J15 (Master)
Odd
4 cards configured as one module, one
dual sample state machine
Full NB and SB with 5
Trigger bits
FB238_2
J9 Odd and Even, J10
(Master) Odd and Even,
J11 Odd and Even, J12
Odd, J13 Odd and Even
5 cards configured as one module, one
dual sample state machine
12 lane NB and SB with 10
Trigger bits
FB238_1
J9 Odd and Even, J10
(Master) Odd and Even,
J11 Odd and Even, J12
Even, J13 Odd and Even
5 cards configured as one module, one
dual sample state machine
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FBDIMM Paddle Board Connector layout
Software Requirements
For state analysis you must have version A.02.99.00 or later Agilent OS installed on the
1690x frame. Version A.02.99.00 contains the capability for SMBus control of the probe
through the 16753/4/5/6 or 16950 cards.
Setting up the 169xx Analyzer
A CD containing the 16900 software is included in the FS2343 package. The CD
contains a setup file that will automatically install the configuration files and protocol
decoder onto a PC containing the 16900 operating system or onto a 16900 analyzer
itself.
To install the software simply double click the FBDIMM.exe file on the CD containing the
16900 software. After accepting the license agreement the software should install within
a couple of minutes.
169xx Licensing
Once the software has been successfully installed you must license the software.
Please refer to the entitlement certificate for instructions on licensing the software. The
software can only be installed on one machine. If you need to install the software on
more than one machine you must contact the FuturePlus sales department to purchase
additional licenses.
Loading 169xx configuration files and General Purpose Probe feature
When the software has been licensed you should be ready to load a configuration file.
You can access the configuration files by clicking on the folder that was placed on the
desktop. When you click on the folder it should open up to display all the configuration
files to choose from. If you put your mouse cursor on the name of the file a description
will appear telling you what the setup consists of, once you choose the configuration file
that is appropriate for your configuration the 16900 operating system should execute it.
The protocol decoder automatically loads when the configuration file is loaded. If the
decoder does not load, you may load it by selecting Tools from the menu bar at the top
of the screen and select the decoder from the list.
After loading the configuration file of choice, the user should see both the Probe Control
application icon and the FBDIMM configuration and decoder icon in the Probes column
on the Overview page. Clicking on the Properties button of the FBDIMM Config icon will
display the General Purpose Probe Set as defined for this configuration.
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This is what the FS2343 probe user should use to guide them in connecting adapter
cables to analyzer card pods.
If the pod connections need to be changed, it can be done using the Edit Probes
feature, which is shown below. The Reference Designator field should be J9 through
J15 from the paddle card. The next step is to select on the right hand side of the screen
the 2 pods (Odd and Even) to connect to the analyzer cards. The drop box will show
available pod connections.
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Configuration File Labels
The configuration files provided with the probe software have a number of labels defined
that are useful in providing rapid identification of sampling position, DRAM, and Channel
Command activity in the state listing. They can also be used as triggers for the logic
analyzer. These labels include:
Sampling labels
There are 4 groups of Sampling labels which organize each bit sent for the probe to the
logic analyzer by the location of its valid data window and therefore the required
sampling position. This makes it more convenient to check the sampling set-up on a bit
by bit basis.
DRAM labels
BA_x - Bank Address for Command Slot A, B or C as defined in 3 bits. _x is used to
describe the Command slot.
ADD_x - 16 bit label describing the DRAM address bus
DS_x - 4 bits that direct the command to one of the eight possible DRAM DIMMs on the
FBD channel. This is how any of the three commands in a frame can be directed to any
DIMM in the FBD channel. These bits are used in some Channel Commands as well.
RS_x - Rank Select bit.
Channel Command labels
SB_CMDA_CRC – Southbound Command Slot A CRC 14 bit value.
FO_SB_CMDA_CRC – Failover Southbound Command Slot A CRC 10 bit value
EV_x - Event Debug bits, 8 bits, used in the Channel Command Debug: In band events.
PV_x – 8 bit Parameter Value that is associated with a debug event. This is used in the
Channel Command Debug: In band events.
DE_x - 8 bits, each bit refers to the CKE on each DIMM, DE0 would be for DIMM 0, DE1
would be for DIMM1, etc.
RT_x - Relative timing, 10 timing bits communicate relative time of transfer across
boundaries. Used in Channel Command Debug: Relative timing.
PH_x - Phase bit, 6 bit field communicates the encoded boundary transfer phase. Used
in Channel Command Debug: Relative timing.
EX_x - 17 bit field that communicates debug information, used with Channel Command
Debug: Exposed information.
BCST_x - single bit field used in all CKE control commands (commands such as DRAM
CKE per DIMM and DRAM CKE per Rank commands). A 1 value targets all DIMMs, if
the bit is 0 the command targets only one DIMM specified by the DS bits.
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TID – single Transaction identifier bit, used in Write Config. Register Channel
Command.
SD - Status delay, 2 bit field used in Sync command. Allows return status data to be
delayed by up to 3 frames.
EL0s - The EL0s bit indicates the channel should transition from the L0 state to the L0s
state for exactly 42 frames. The L0 state is the state when the channel is ready to
accept Channel and DRAM commands. The L0s state is an optional state used in
systems that use power management.
ERC - The ERC bit indicates that the channel should transition from L0 state to
recalibrate state for exactly 42 frames. Used in Sync frame.
IER – This bit indicates that commands and CRC errors be ignored by the AMB until
after the next reset. Used in Sync frame.
A10:2 - Address bus for Read or Write configuration Channel Commands.
Default Trigger
When a configuration file is loaded the default trigger will be set to trigger the analyzer
when the Mode bit is = 0 and Frame = 1. When mode and frame are set at these values
the AMB will be done with training sequences and the data that is on the channel is
properly aligned and can be decoded properly by the decoder.
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Symbols
Terms used in the FBDIMM protocol are defined under labels that are referred to as
symbols. Symbols can be used in defining triggers or for use in default store
qualifications. Below is a list of labels with the symbols defined. When using a label for
which symbols are defined, change the hex property to sym to display the symbol
representation. A, B and C below refer to the command slot A, B, C respectively in the
southbound frame.
DRAM commands - A, B, C labels
Symbol
Symbol Value
reserved
00 100x
Enter Power down
00 1010
Exit Self Refresh
00 1011
Enter Self Refresh
00 1100
Auto Refresh
00 1101
Precharge Single
00 1110
Precharge All
00 1111
READ
01 0xxx
WRITE
01 1xxx
ACTIVATE
1x xxxx
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Channel Commands - A, B, C labels
Symbol
Symbol Value
Channel NOP
0000 000x
Sync
00000 001x
Soft Channel Reset
0000 010x
reserved
0000 011x
Read Config Reg
0000 100x
Write Config Reg
0000 101x
DRAM CKE per Rank
0000 110x
DRAM CKE per DIMM
0000 111x
reserved2
0001 0xxx
reserved3
0001 10xx
Debug Exposed
0001 110x
Debug Relative
0001 1110
Debug In-Band
0001 1111
Frame Type label
Symbol
Symbol Value
command
00
Reserved
01
Command + Wdata
1x
The DRAM commands A, B, C labels are made up of bits 20, 19, 18, 12, 11, 10
respectively from each command slot.
Channel Commands A, B, C labels are made up of bits 20-13 respectively from each
command slot.
Frame Type label consists of bits 25, 24 respectively.
The picture below shows an example of symbols being used for a trigger.
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Example using symbol “Activate” in a trigger
Preferences
The Preferences option is used to set the protocol decoder for failover mode. If the
Southbound or Northbound is in failover mode, the preferences must be set accordingly.
If the Northbound side is in failover the user must select which lane has failed in order
for the decoder to decode the bus properly. The default settings for both the
Northbound and Southbound are set to None, meaning they are both running at full
potential. To access the preferences select the Tools menu after a configuration file has
been loaded successfully, then select FBDIMM Protocol Decoder -1/Preferences.
Below is a picture of the screen when selecting preferences.
Another preference option is Raw Mode. When selected the output on the Northbound
and Southbound labels will be shown in a binary format instead of the regular decoded
output. All twelve transfers and all lanes will be shown in each state.
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Below is a picture of the preference options
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SM (SMBus) Control
Paddle card Settings
The FS2343 probe is designed so that AMB/LAI device control can be either from the
16900 logic analyzer and the Probe Control application software resident there, or from
another FS2343 probe (slave mode).
This feature is controlled by means of a 6 position switch on the probe paddle card near
the logic analyzer connections.
The factory configuration is for 16900 control of the probe. The settings on the switch
are dependent on the configuration file used. The following picture shows the jumper
and switch configurations on the paddle card.
Config file
SW# ON, all others off
FB238_1
1 and 4
FB238_2
1 and 4
FB238_3
3 and 6
FB238_4
1 and 4
Probe Settings
There is a 4 position jumper location at U8 on the top side of the FS2343 Interposer
probe. There are jumpers that can be placed over each of the 4 set of pins. They have
the following function:
Jumper
5
1
8
Function
1-5
Probe ID bit 0 Address 20
2-6
Probe ID bit 1 Address 21
3-7
Jumper removed = AMB SMBus
connected to analyzer at powerup.
Factory config – installed
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Jumper installed = AMB SMBus
connected to motherboard at power
up.
4-8
Unused
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Event Bus Cabling
The Event Bus bits, Evbus[0:3], from other probes can be daisy chained across multiple
probes in order to provide cross probe control of other probes. There are 2 EV cable
connectors on each probe and both connectors are wired in parallel so that either can
be used. Additionally, the probe has termination sensing circuitry so that the Evbus[0:3]
signals are properly terminated on the probe if the cables are not used.
The cables are connected at either J9 or J10 on the board with their wires exiting the
board from the top. LED D1 will light if the cables are attached backwards.
Probe Control Application
The FS2343 Interposer probe is controlled from a Probe Add-in, which has to be
installed on the 16900 workspace as it communicates through the logic analyzer cards
through an internal SM (SMBus) port which is connected to the probe by means of the
adapter cable connection.
Loading the Probe Control Software
Load the CD provided with the probe into the 16900 frame and locate the file FBD Probe
Control.exe. Double-click this file and it will install and be available in the Agilent Logic
analyzer software under the Setup tab as the FBDIMM Probe.
Using the Probe Control Software
Always use the “Apply” button before changing windows or using the “OK” button. It is
important to note that the probe control software sets up registers within the AMB. It is
still necessary to set up parameters in the configuration file for triggers, storing, filtering
etc. Setting up the AMB through the probe control software generates signals going to
the logic analyzer, the logic analyzer can then use these signals to qualify, trigger or
filter events or data of interest.
Please see the following pages for details for the different register settings within the
AMB.
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Setup
The Set-up screen provides control over basic probe use.
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The probe Configuration setup button allows the user to select when they want
to set up the parameters within the AMB. The choices are always after link
training, before link training only when needed, or always before link training. If
all you are interested in is data after link training then leave always after link
training selected.
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The probe can operate in a mode where lane data is only provided after L0s
where the lane data is aligned to the clock, or in “raw” mode. Raw mode just
passes data through to the logic analyzer, the lane data may not be aligned to
the clocks at this point.
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The “Restore” button resets ALL Probe settings to their factory configuration.
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“Find Probe” pings the probe/AMB chip.
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SB Commands
This allows Match or Mask control over any 3 Command patterns entered by the user in
either hex or binary format. Furthermore, each of 3 patterns can be searched for in
either Command Slot A, B or C, or all three patterns in all 3 Command Slots.
The mask and match feature allows the user to set 3 different command patterns along
with data to mask out. The user can then specify 3 events, which allows a user to
specify a frame containing 3 command values to be passed to the logic analyzer. When
the frame occurs that satisfy the events specified, the data will be passed to the
analyzer.
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Store Qualification
This section controls the operation of the Qual Flag, Qual Stop Delay, and Qual Period
Delay. It allows the user to select from 32 different events for the definition of Qual Start
and Qual Stop. These settings control the state of the Store_qual flag for non-filtered
frames. The Store_qual flag in the configuration file can then be used for trigger events,
default storing, etc. The Store_qual flag is controlled by this screen, the user may
specify when to activate the Store_qual flag, specify an event to assert the Store_qual
flag, and when to deassert the flag.
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Trigger Events
This capability allows the Probe user to define each of the AMB’s logic analyzer Triggers
[0:10] to be set to one of 32 different event conditions seen by the AMB. It is important to
note that not all LAITrig[0:10] signals are available to the logic analyzer. This is
dependent on the configuration file loaded and the pod connections made to the logic
analyzer. Each trigger bit has a corresponding label in the configuration file that can be
used when specifying a trigger for the logic analyzer.
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Event Bus
This feature controls the operation of the Event Bus signals EV[0:3] which can be used
for communication and triggering between probes in an FBDIMM Channel.
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State Analysis Operation
For proper state analysis the user must choose the correct configuration file to load
depending on what type of analysis is desired, such as analyzing both Northbound and
Southbound activity or just one direction. The list of configuration files provided is on
page 12.
Load the appropriate configuration file and use the General Purpose probe feature for
proper cable attachment to the probe, for more information on the General Purpose
probe feature please see the section titled “Loading 169xx configuration files and
General Purpose Probe feature”. When the configuration file loads the decoder will
automatically load providing the software has been properly licensed.
For proper protocol decoder performance you must insure the preferences are set
properly. Once the configuration file is loaded go to Tools, select FBDIMM Protocol
Decoder -1 and select Preferences. Set the failover modes for the Southbound and or
Northbound if necessary. The default settings are set to none. When you choose a
Northbound failover mode you must select which lane(s) has failed as well.
Once the configuration file has been loaded and all cables are attached to the probe, the
next step is to configure the probe. Please refer to the section of the manual titled
“Using the Probe Control Application”. The probe control application allows the user to
set different parameters of the probe to allow certain data to be passed through to the
analyzer.
Setting Sample Positions
In order to insure that the logic analyzer properly measures the output of the probe, the
sample positions for each label need to be set properly. There are 4 “Sample Data”
labels defined in each configuration file that group each North and Southbound data
signal by its required sample position.
It is recommended that Eyefinder is run on the logic analyzer while the target system is
generating consistent traffic on the North and Southbound lanes. The sample positions
in the config fields have been preset based on measurements in a test bed at 533MT/s
data rates. They may need to be adjusted based on your target system. The following
image shows the 4 “Sample Data” labels after an Eyefinder has been run. If there are
clear eyes for each label, the user can drag all the blue sample position bars to the far
left to aggregate them and then drag the single bar back to the window where it was
originally located. If the sample positions are not set correctly then the data shown on
the analyzer will not be correct.
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After the probe has been configured, the trigger for the analyzer must be set. To set the
trigger for the analyzer go to the setup menu bar and select “Advanced Trigger”. On the
next window that pops up specify what you want the analyzer to trigger on. After you set
the trigger, depress the run button (green arrow at the top of the screen on the overview,
listing or waveform windows), the analyzer should be waiting for a trigger to occur at this
point. Start a test on the target to generate traffic, when the trigger condition is satisfied
the analyzer will continue capturing data until the memory is full or the user has
depressed the stop button.
When the analyzer has stopped the protocol decoder will automatically decode the data
on the bus, the decoded data will appear under the Northbound and Southbound labels
on the listing screen.
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State Display
Offline Analysis
Offline analysis allows a user to be able to analyze a trace offline at a PC so it frees up
the analyzer for another person to use the analyzer to capture data.
If you have already used the FBDIMM Protocol Decoder license that was included with
your package on a 1680/90/900 analyzer and would like to have the offline analysis
feature on a PC you may buy additional licenses, please contact FuturePlus Sales
department.
In order to view decoded data offline, after installing the 1680/90/900 operating system
on a PC, you must install the FuturePlus software. Please follow the installation
instructions for “Setting up the 16900 analyzer”. Once the FuturePlus software has
been installed and licensed follow these steps to import the data and view it.
From the desktop, double click on the Agilent logic analyzer icon. When the application
comes up there will be a series of questions, answer the first question asking which
startup option to use, select Continue Offline. On the analyzer type question, select
cancel. When the application comes all the way up you should have a blank screen with
a menu bar and tool bar at the top.
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For data from a 16900 analyzer, open the .ala file using the File, Open menu selections
and browse to the desired .ala file.
After clicking “next” you must browse for the fast binary data file you want to import.
Once you have located the file and clicked start import, the data should appear in the
listing.
After the data has been imported you must load the protocol decoder before you will see
any decoding. To load the decoder select Tools from the menu bar, when the drop
down menu appears select Inverse Assembler, then choose the name of the decoder for
your particular product. The figure below is a general picture; please choose the
appropriate decoder for the trace you are working with.
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After the decoder has loaded, select Preferences from the overview screen and set the
preferences to their correct value in order to decode the trace properly.
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Appendix
FS2343 Paddle Signal to Logic Analyzer Connector and Channel Mapping
The following table shows how the FS2343 Probe connects FBDIMM AMB signals to the
logic analyzer pods and channels through the 100 pin Samtec connectors. Note that the
configuration files described earlier use various combinations of these Pod connections.
The nomenclature is NB/SB for North or Southbound, Lx for Lane number, Bx for bit in
during the rising edge of Anly_clkp, and _xx is the bit for the Dual sampled (second)
point which is on the falling edge of Anly_clkp.
J9 - Pods 1(Odd) and 2 (Even)
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
NB_L1_B0_6
NB_L1_B4_10
NB_L0_B5_11
NB_L0_B3_9
NB_L1_B1_7
NB_L1_B5_11
NB_L0_B2_8
NB_L0_B1_7
NB_L2_B4_10
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
1
2
Ground
NC
3
4
NC
Ground
5
6
Ground
Odd D0
7
8
Even D0
Ground
9
10
Ground
Odd D1
11
12
Even D1
Ground
13
14
Ground
Odd D2
15
16
Even D2
Ground
17
18
Ground
Odd D3
19
20
Even D3
Ground
21
22
Ground
Odd D4
23
24
Even D4
Ground
25
26
Ground
Odd D5
27
28
Even D5
Ground
29
30
Ground
Odd D6
31
32
Even D6
Ground
33
34
Ground
Odd D7
35
36
Even D7
Ground
37
38
Ground
Odd D8
39
40
Even D8
Ground
41
42
Ground
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Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
MODE
NB_L1_B2_8
FRAME
NB_L0_B4_10
NB_L2_B1_7
NB_L2_B0_6
NB_L1_B3_9
NB_L3_B2_8
NB_L3_B0_6
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
NB_L4_B5_11
NB_L3_B5_11
NB_L6_B1_7
NB_L4_B2_8
NB_L3_B4_10
NB_L4_B1_7
NB_L4_B0_6
NB_L2_B3_9
GND
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
44
Even D9
NB_L7_B4_10
45
46
Ground
Odd D10
47
48
Even D10
Ground
49
50
Ground
Odd 11
51
52
Even D11
Ground
53
54
Ground
Odd D12
55
56
Even D12
Ground
57
58
Ground
Odd D13
59
60
Even D13
Ground
61
62
Ground
Odd D14
63
64
Even D14
Ground
65
66
Ground
Odd D15
67
68
Even D15
Ground
69
70
Ground
NC
71
72
NC
Ground
73
74
Ground
NC
75
76
NC
Ground
77
78
Ground
Odd D16P/Odd
CLK
79
80
Even DP16P/Even
CLK
Ground
81
82
Ground
Odd DP16N/Odd
CLKN
83
84
Even DP16N/Even
CLKN
Ground
85
86
Ground
Odd External Ref
87
88
Even External Ref
Ground
89
90
Ground
NC
91
92
NC
Ground
93
94
Ground
Ground
95
96
Ground
97
98
99
100
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Odd D9
43
Ground
34
NB_L4_B4_10
NB_L7_B0_6
STORE_QUAL
NB_L3_B1_7
NB_L0_B0_6
NB_L2_B5_11
NB_L2_B2_8
GND
J11 Pods 1(Odd) and 2 (Even)
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
SDA
NB_L8_B5_11
NB_L10_B1_7
NB_L10_B2_8
NB_L5_B2_8
NB_L6_B3_9
NB_L11_B3_9
NB_L5_B0_6
NB_L11_B4_10
NB_L5_B5_11
NB_L4_B3_9
NB_L6_B5_11
NB_L6_B0_6
NB_L8_B2_8
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
1
2
Ground
SM
3
4
SM
Ground
5
6
Ground
Odd D0
7
8
Even D0
Ground
9
10
Ground
Odd D1
11
12
Even D1
Ground
13
14
Ground
Odd D2
15
16
Even D2
Ground
17
18
Ground
Odd D3
19
20
Even D3
Ground
21
22
Ground
Odd D4
23
24
Even D4
Ground
25
26
Ground
Odd D5
27
28
Even D5
Ground
29
30
Ground
Odd D6
31
32
Even D6
Ground
33
34
Ground
Odd D7
35
36
Even D7
Ground
37
38
Ground
Odd D8
39
40
Even D8
Ground
41
42
Ground
Odd D9
43
44
Even D9
Ground
45
46
Ground
Odd D10
47
48
Even D10
Ground
49
50
Ground
Odd 11
51
52
Even D11
Ground
53
54
Ground
Odd D12
55
56
Even D12
Ground
57
58
Ground
35
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
SCL
NB_L10_B5_11
NB_L8_B1_7
NB_L10_B3_9
NB_L6_B2_8
NB_L8_B4_10
NB_L8_B3_9
NB_L11_B0_6
NB_L3_B3_9
NB_L11_B2_8
NB_L5_B3_9
NB_L5_B1_7
NB_L9_B2_8
NB_L9_B5_11
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Odd D13
59
60
Even D13
Ground
61
62
Ground
Odd D14
63
64
Even D14
Ground
65
66
Ground
Odd D15
67
68
Even D15
Ground
69
70
Ground
NC
71
72
NC
Ground
73
74
Ground
NC
75
76
NC
Ground
77
78
Ground
NB_L11_B5_11
Odd D16P/Odd
CLK
79
80
Even DP16P/Even
CLK
Ground
81
82
Ground
GND
Odd DP16N/Odd
CLKN
83
84
Even DP16N/Even
CLKN
Ground
85
86
Ground
Odd External Ref
87
88
Even External Ref
Ground
89
90
Ground
NC
91
92
NC
Ground
93
94
Ground
Ground
95
96
Ground
97
98
99
100
NB_L11_B1_7
NB_L7_B5_11
NB_L8_B0_6
Logic Analyzer
channel number
36
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
NB_L9_B3_9
NB_L5_B4_10
NB_L10_B4_10
NB_L9_B0_6
GND
J15 Pod 1(Odd)
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
NB_L12_B1_7
NB_L7_B3_9
NB_L7_B1_7
NB_L7_B2_8
NB_L6_B4_10
NB_L9_B1_7
NB_L12_B2_8
NB_L12_B3_9
NB_L12_B5_11
NB_L12_B4_10
NB_L12_B0_6
NB_L10_B0_6
NB_L9_B4_10
TRIGGER0
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
1
2
Ground
NC
3
4
NC
Ground
5
6
Ground
Odd D0
7
8
Even D0
Ground
9
10
Ground
Odd D1
11
12
Even D1
Ground
13
14
Ground
Odd D2
15
16
Even D2
Ground
17
18
Ground
Odd D3
19
20
Even D3
Ground
21
22
Ground
Odd D4
23
24
Even D4
Ground
25
26
Ground
Odd D5
27
28
Even D5
Ground
29
30
Ground
Odd D6
31
32
Even D6
Ground
33
34
Ground
Odd D7
35
36
Even D7
Ground
37
38
Ground
Odd D8
39
40
Even D8
Ground
41
42
Ground
Odd D9
43
44
Even D9
Ground
45
46
Ground
Odd D10
47
48
Even D10
Ground
49
50
Ground
Odd 11
51
52
Even D11
Ground
53
54
Ground
Odd D12
55
56
Even D12
Ground
57
58
Ground
Odd D13
59
60
Even D13
Ground
61
62
Ground
37
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
TRIGGER1
TRIGGER2
Anly_clkp
Anly_clkn
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Odd D14
63
64
Even D14
Ground
65
66
Ground
Odd D15
67
68
Even D15
Ground
69
70
Ground
NC
71
72
NC
Ground
73
74
Ground
NC
75
76
NC
Ground
77
78
Ground
Odd D16P/Odd
CLK
79
80
Even DP16P/Even
CLK
Ground
81
82
Ground
Odd DP16N/Odd
CLKN
83
84
Even DP16N/Even
CLKN
Ground
85
86
Ground
Odd External Ref
87
88
Even External Ref
Ground
89
90
Ground
NC
91
92
NC
Ground
93
94
Ground
Ground
95
96
Ground
97
98
99
100
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Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
J12 Pods 1(Odd) and 2 (Even)
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
NB_L13_B2_8
NB_L7_B3_9
NB_L7_B1_7
NB_L7_B2_8
NB_L6_B4_10
NB_L9_B1_7
NB_L13_B4_10
NB_L13_B3_9
NB_L13_B0_6
NB_L13_B1_7
NB_L13_B5_11
NB_L10_B0_6
NB_L9_B4_10
TRIGGER0
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
1
2
Ground
NC
3
4
NC
Ground
5
6
Ground
Odd D0
7
8
Even D0
Ground
9
10
Ground
Odd D1
11
12
Even D1
Ground
13
14
Ground
Odd D2
15
16
Even D2
Ground
17
18
Ground
Odd D3
19
20
Even D3
Ground
21
22
Ground
Odd D4
23
24
Even D4
Ground
25
26
Ground
Odd D5
27
28
Even D5
Ground
29
30
Ground
Odd D6
31
32
Even D6
Ground
33
34
Ground
Odd D7
35
36
Even D7
Ground
37
38
Ground
Odd D8
39
40
Even D8
Ground
41
42
Ground
Odd D9
43
44
Even D9
Ground
45
46
Ground
Odd D10
47
48
Even D10
Ground
49
50
Ground
Odd 11
51
52
Even D11
Ground
53
54
Ground
Odd D12
55
56
Even D12
Ground
57
58
Ground
Odd D13
59
60
Even D13
39
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
TRIGGER7
NB_L7_B3_9
NB_L7_B1_7
NB_L7_B2_8
NB_L6_B4_10
NB_L9_B1_7
TRIGGER8
TRIGGER9
TRIGGER10
TRIGGER6
TRIGGER5
NB_L10_B0_6
NB_L9_B4_10
TRIGGER0
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
TRIGGER1
TRIGGER2
TRIGGER4
GND
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
61
62
Ground
Odd D14
63
64
Even D14
Ground
65
66
Ground
Odd D15
67
68
Even D15
Ground
69
70
Ground
NC
71
72
NC
Ground
73
74
Ground
NC
75
76
NC
Ground
77
78
Ground
Odd D16P/Odd
CLK
79
80
Even DP16P/Even
CLK
Ground
81
82
Ground
Odd DP16N/Odd
CLKN
83
84
Even DP16N/Even
CLKN
Ground
85
86
Ground
Odd External Ref
87
88
Even External Ref
Ground
89
90
Ground
NC
91
92
NC
Ground
93
94
Ground
Ground
95
96
Ground
97
98
99
100
40
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
TRIGGER1
TRIGGER2
Anly_clkp
Anly_clkn
J10 - Pods 1(Odd) and 2 (Even)
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
SDA
SB_L7_B3_9
SB_L8_B3_9
SB_L7_B4_10
SB_L8_B2_8
SB_L8_B4_10
SB_L9_B3_9
SB_L7_B2_8
SB_L9_B1_7
SB_L5_B4_10
SB_L7_B1_7
SB_L5_B2_8
SB_L2_B0_6
SB_L0_B0_6
SB_L1_B1_7
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
1
2
Ground
SM
3
4
SM
Ground
5
6
Ground
Odd D0
7
8
Even D0
Ground
9
10
Ground
Odd D1
11
12
Even D1
Ground
13
14
Ground
Odd D2
15
16
Even D2
Ground
17
18
Ground
Odd D3
19
20
Even D3
Ground
21
22
Ground
Odd D4
23
24
Even D4
Ground
25
26
Ground
Odd D5
27
28
Even D5
Ground
29
30
Ground
Odd D6
31
32
Even D6
Ground
33
34
Ground
Odd D7
35
36
Even D7
Ground
37
38
Ground
Odd D8
39
40
Even D8
Ground
41
42
Ground
Odd D9
43
44
Even D9
Ground
45
46
Ground
Odd D10
47
48
Even D10
Ground
49
50
Ground
Odd 11
51
52
Even D11
Ground
53
54
Ground
Odd D12
55
56
Even D12
Ground
57
58
Ground
Odd D13
59
60
Even D13
41
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
SCL
SB_L7_B0_6
SB_L9_B4_10
SB_L9_B5_11
SB_L8_B1_7
SB_L9_B0_6
SB_L9_B2_8
SB_L8_B0_6
SB_L8_B5_11
SB_L7_B5_11
SB_L2_B2_8
SB_L3_B4_10
SB_L2_B1_7
SB_L2_B3_9
SB_L6_B1_7
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
SB_L6_B2_8
SB_L6_B4_10
Anly_clk1p
Anly_clk1n
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
61
62
Ground
Odd D14
63
64
Even D14
Ground
65
66
Ground
Odd D15
67
68
Even D15
Ground
69
70
Ground
NC
71
72
NC
Ground
73
74
Ground
NC
75
76
NC
Ground
77
78
Ground
Odd D16P/Odd
CLK
79
80
Even DP16P/Even
CLK
Ground
81
82
Ground
Odd DP16N/Odd
CLKN
83
84
Even DP16N/Even
CLKN
Ground
85
86
Ground
Odd External Ref
87
88
Even External Ref
Ground
89
90
Ground
NC
91
92
NC
Ground
93
94
Ground
Ground
95
96
Ground
97
98
99
100
42
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
SB_L0_B3_9
SB_L0_B1_7
SB_L0_B2_8
Ground
J13 Pods 1(Odd) and 2 (Even)
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
NB_L12_B1_7
NB_L12_B2_8
NB_L12_B3_9
NB_L12_B5_11
NB_L12_B4_10
NB_L12_B0_6
SB_L5_B3_9
SB_L1_B3_9
SB_L1_B5_11
SB_L4_B1_7
SB_L3_B5_11
SB_L3_B2_8
SB_L0_B5_11
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Ground
1
2
Ground
NC
3
4
NC
Ground
5
6
Ground
Odd D0
7
8
Even D0
Ground
9
10
Ground
Odd D1
11
12
Even D1
Ground
13
14
Ground
Odd D2
15
16
Even D2
Ground
17
18
Ground
Odd D3
19
20
Even D3
Ground
21
22
Ground
Odd D4
23
24
Even D4
Ground
25
26
Ground
Odd D5
27
28
Even D5
Ground
29
30
Ground
Odd D6
31
32
Even D6
Ground
33
34
Ground
Odd D7
35
36
Even D7
Ground
37
38
Ground
Odd D8
39
40
Even D8
Ground
41
42
Ground
Odd D9
43
44
Even D9
Ground
45
46
Ground
Odd D10
47
48
Even D10
Ground
49
50
Ground
Odd 11
51
52
Even D11
Ground
53
54
Ground
Odd D12
55
56
Even D12
Ground
57
58
Ground
43
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
SB_L6_B3_9
SB_L4_B3_9
SB_L4_B5_11
SB_L4_B2_8
SB_L1_B4_10
SB_L1_B0_6
SB_L2_B5_11
SB_L0_B4_10
SB_L4_B4_10
SB_L1_B2_8
SB_L2_B4_10
SB_L5_B0_6
SB_L3_B3_9
Signal
name/Logical
Signal Name
SB_L4_B0_6
SB_L3_B0_6
SB_L3_B1_7
TRIGGER3
GND
Logic Analyzer
channel number
SAMTEC
Pin number
SAMTEC
Pin number
Odd D13
59
60
Even D13
Ground
61
62
Ground
Odd D14
63
64
Even D14
Ground
65
66
Ground
Odd D15
67
68
Even D15
Ground
69
70
Ground
NC
71
72
NC
Ground
73
74
Ground
NC
75
76
NC
Ground
77
78
Ground
Odd D16P/Odd
CLK
79
80
Even DP16P/Even
CLK
Ground
81
82
Ground
Odd DP16N/Odd
CLKN
83
84
Even DP16N/Even
CLKN
Ground
85
86
Ground
Odd External Ref
87
88
Even External Ref
Ground
89
90
Ground
NC
91
92
NC
Ground
93
94
Ground
Ground
95
96
Ground
97
98
99
100
44
Logic Analyzer
channel number
Signal
Name/Logical
Signal name
SB_L6_B0_6
SB_L5_B5_11
SB_L6_B5_11
SB_L5_B1_7
Ground
General Information
This chapter provides additional reference information including the characteristics and
signal connections for the FS2343 FBDIMM Interposer Probe. The following operating
characteristics are not specifications, but are typical operating characteristics.
Probe Connection
240 pin gold finger card edge connection at target (bottom) end of probe and card edge
socket at the top edge of the probe both conforming to JEDEC spec MO-224.
Protocol supported
The FS2343 is designed to probe a DDR2 Fully Buffered DIMM system. Contact
FuturePlus Systems for more detailed information.
Logic Analyzer required
169xx or PC running Agilent technologies 1680/90/900 software version 3.00.00
software, using 16753 or better, 1695x or better cards.
Logic Analyzer Adapter Cables required
Logic Analyzer
card
16760,
16753/4/5/6,
16950
Termination
Adapter
E5378A
Number Required
6
Service requirements
If a failure is suspected in the FS2343 Probe contact the factory or your FuturePlus
Systems authorized distributor.
The repair strategy for the probe is for the product to be returned to the factory upon
factory approval.
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