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Agilent N4219A
Packet Analysis Probe
for Serial ATA
Installation Guide
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CAUTION notice until the indicated
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Contents
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Equipment and Requirements
Equipment Supplied
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Additional Equipment Required
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Bench Space for the Analysis Probe
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Connecting the Analysis Probe
Installing Logic Analyzer Modules
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Connecting the Analysis Probe to a Serial ATA Link 15
To connect the analysis probe to a power source 15
To turn power ON/OFF 17
To insert the interposer into a Serial ATA link 18
To connect the interposer to the analysis probe 19
To connect the logic analyzer to the analysis probe 19
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Configuring the Logic Analyzer
Installing Software 24
Installing and loading 24
Figure 1. Installing and loading configuration files
What needs to be installed 24
To install software from CD-ROM 25
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Loading Configuration Files 26
To choose a configuration file 26
Figure 2. Basic configuration 26
Table 1. Configuration file names 26
To load a configuration files 27
What Next? 28
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To view the online help
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Calibrating the Analysis Probe 31
To prevent switching activity during calibration 31
To determine whether calibration was successful 31
To recalibrate using the Serial ATA tool 32
Setting Preferences 33
To set the mode of the the analysis probe
Table 2. Analysis Probe Modes 33
To set preferences for the Serial ATA tool
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Setting Up a Trigger 35
To trigger the analyzer to collect data from both directions when
a particular packet is found (8B Mode only) 35
To trigger on primitives in 10B mode 37
To trigger on other 10B patterns 38
Running a Measurement
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Displaying the Captured Data
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Interpreting the Status Lights 41
Table 3. Amplitude LEDs 41
Table 4. Synchronization LEDs 41
Table 5. Module Indicator LEDs 42
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Troubleshooting and Repair
Troubleshooting Problems with the Displayed Data 44
If no data is displayed after a run 44
If registers appear in the wrong place 44
If triggering does not work 44
If CONT primitives do not appear in the listing 44
If the byte order is backwards 45
If incorrect data is displayed 45
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Verifying Analysis Probe Performance 46
Accessing Built-In Commands via the Serial Port 46
Accessing Built-In Commands via the LAN Port 49
To set LAN parameters using the serial port 50
Table 6. lan command parameters 51
To set LAN parameters using DHCP 51
To connect the LAN cable 52
To cycle power on the analysis probe 52
To access the build-in commands via telnet 53
If you cannot “telnet” to the analysis probe 53
Verifying Analysis Probe LAN Communications 53
If there are LAN connection problems 55
If it takes a long time to connect to the network 56
Using the Analysis Probe’s Built-In Commands 56
Table 7. Commonly Used Commands 56
Viewing the Power-On Performance Verification Tests
If a power-on test fails 59
Service and Repair Information 60
To return a part to Agilent Technologies for service
To get replacement parts 60
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Characteristics, Regulatory, and Safety Information
Analysis probe—operating characteristics
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Table 8. Connectors 64
Table 9. Electrical Characteristics 64
Table 10. Mechanical Characteristics 66
Table 11. Environmental Characteristics (Operating)
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Product Regulations
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Safety Notices 71
Warnings 71
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To clean the instrument
Safety Symbols 72
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Index
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1 Equipment and Requirements
Equipment Supplied
This section lists equipment supplied with the analysis probe
and equipment requirements for using the analysis probe.
The equipment supplied with the analysis probe is listed below:
• Agilent N4219A analysis probe.
• Agilent N4218A interposer.
• Logic analyzer configuration files, and Serial ATA tool
software on CD-ROM.
• This User’s Guide.
• Power supply.
• Power cord for the analysis probe.
If the cord you received is not appropriate for your electrical
power outlet type, contact your Agilent Technologies sales
and service office. Use only the power cord supplied with the
analysis probe.
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N4219A Analysis Probe
N4218A Interposer
Power Cord
Power Supply
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Additional Equipment Required
In addition to the items supplied with the analysis probe, you
need all of the following items:
• An Agilent 16700-series logic analysis system.
• One or two logic analyzer modules.
• Two or four 100-pin probe cables (Agilent E5385A or
E5378A, as appropriate for your logic analyzer module)
Probe Cables
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Because the Serial ATA tool requires VisiTrigger capabilities, it can only be
used with the Agilent Technologies 16715/16/17/18/19/40/41/42A or
16750/51/52A/B or 16753/54/55/56A logic analyzer modules.
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Bench Space for the Analysis Probe
Take care to allow space for the analysis probe be placed near
the target system and the logic analysis system.
Allow at least 5 cm (2 in) clearance on both sides of the analysis
probe for proper cooling.
CAU TI O N
Do not block the airflow holes on the sides of the analysis probe box.
Blocked airflow may cause overheating and equipment damage
Position the analysis probe and power supply so that it is not
difficult to unplug the power cord.
See “Mechanical Characteristics" on page 66 for the dimensions
of the analysis probe.
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Installing Logic Analyzer Modules
You should install logic analyzer modules into your logic
analysis system before you install software.
To capture complete information about traffic in both
directions, using the full sample memory available in the logic
analyzer, you need 2cards. These cards should be installed
separately, not connected together as a pair. Each card forms a
logic analyzer “machine.” The two cards may be of different
types.
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Because the Serial ATA tool requires VisiTrigger capabilities, it can only be
used with the Agilent Technologies 16715/16/17/18/19/40/41/42A or
16750/51/52A/B or 16753/54/55/56A logic analyzer modules..
Refer to the Agilent Technologies 16700-series logic analysis
systems and measurement modules Installation Guide.
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Connecting the Analysis Probe to a Serial ATA Link
This section describes:
• Connecting the analysis probe to a power source.
• Inserting the interposer into a Serial ATA link.
• Connecting the interposer to the analysis probe.
• Connecting the logic analyzer to the analysis probe.
To connect the analysis probe to a power source
The analysis probe is shipped from the factory with a power
supply and cord appropriate for your country. If the cord you
received is not appropriate for your electrical power outlet type,
contact your Agilent Technologies sales and service office (see
“Contacting Agilent Technologies” on page 68).
Position the analysis probe and power supply so that it is not
difficult to unplug the power cord.
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Maintain ground to avoid electrical shock. Use only the power supply
and power cord supplied with the analysis probe. Connect the power
cord only to a properly grounded electrical power outlet.
1 Connect the power cord to the power supply and to a socket
outlet.
2 Connect the 12V power cord to the back of the analysis
probe.
Ensure the power supply plug is completely seated in the
power input receptacle.
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To turn power ON
• Turn ON the analysis probe power switch.
You may turn the analysis probe on before or after the logic
analysis system is turned on. You may connect and disconnect
the Serial ATA cables and the logic analyzer pods while the
analysis probe and logic analyzer are powered on.
When you turn on the analysis probe, self-test and calibration
will take about 45 seconds.
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If there is any switching activity on the Serial ATA link while the analysis
probe is powered on, the power-on calibration test will fail. If this happens,
just recalibrate the analysis probe.
If you power on the analysis probe after you have loaded the configuration
file into the logic analysis system, recalibrate the analysis probe.
See “Calibrating the Analysis Probe” on page 31.
To turn power OFF
• Turn OFF the analysis probe power switch.
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To insert the interposer into a Serial ATA link
You can plug the interposer into the Serial ATA link wherever it
fits best.
1 Disconnect the Serial ATA cable at either the host (computer)
or device (disk drive) end.
2 Plug the Serial ATA cable into the interposer.
3 Plug the interposer into the connector on your host or device.
Plug into host
or device
Plug Serial ATA
cable here
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To connect the interposer to the analysis probe
• Connect each of the 4 cables from the interposer to the
matching connector on the analysis probe. Refer to the labels
on the cables. Use your fingers to tighten the connections.
Labels
The labels indicate the positive and negative sides of each signal
pair. For example, “HR+/DT+” is the positive side of the
differential pair which carries traffic from the device to the
host.
To connect the logic analyzer to the analysis probe
1 Connect one 100-pin probe cable to each pair of cables
coming from the logic analyzer.
2 Connect the 100-pin probe cables to the connectors on top of
the analysis probe, according to the label:
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Basic (1-card) Configuration
Logic Analyzer
Pods 1 and 2
Logic Analyzer
Pods 3 and 4
Extended (2-card) Configuration
Logic Analyzer A
Pods 1 and 2
Logic Analyzer B
Pods 1 and 2
Logic Analyzer A
Pods 3 and 4
Logic Analyzer B
Pods 3 and 4
When you load a configuration file, it will ask which card to use
for slot A (Host to Device) and which card to use for slot B
(Device to Host).
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CAU TI O N
You must set up the workspace and the analyzer labels by loading a
configuration file. Do not attempt to change the labels associated with
the logic analyzer machines using the analyzer’s Format tab. To control
what data is displayed, use the configuration options in the Serial ATA
tool. Do not attempt to set up the workspace by dragging and dropping
a Serial ATA tool onto an analyzer.
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Installing Software
This chapter explains how to install the software you will need
for your analysis probe.
Installing and loading
Installing the software will copy the files to the hard disk of
your logic analysis system. After the software is installed, you
can load configuration files into the logic analyzer modules.
Figure 1
Installing and loading configuration files
Logic analysis system
CD-ROM or
flexible disk
Install
Load
Logic analyzer
Hard Disk
What needs to be installed
The following files are installed when you install the Serial ATA
analysis software from the CD-ROM:
• Logic analysis system configuration files.
• Serial ATA analysis toolset (automatically loaded with the
configuration files).
• “Find Serial ATA Packet” trigger function.
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To install software from CD-ROM
Installing the Serial ATA analysis software from the CD-ROM
will take just a few minutes. If the software requires an update
to the 16700B-series logic analysis system’s operating system,
installation may take approximately 15 minutes.
1 If the CD-ROM drive is external to the logic analysis system,
turn on the CD-ROM drive first; then, turn on the logic
analysis system.
2 Insert the CD-ROM in the drive.
3 In the logic analysis system’s user interface, select the
System Admin icon.
4 In the Software Install tab, select the Install... button.
Change the media type to CD-ROM if necessary.
5 Select the Apply button.
6 From the list of types of packages, double-click or
double-select the AUXILIARY-SW package.
A list of the auxiliary software packages on the CD-ROM will
be displayed.
7 Select the “N4219A Serial ATA Analysis Probe Support Package”
package.
If you are unsure if this is the correct package, click Details
for information on what the package contains.
8 Select the Install... button.
The dialog box will display “Progress: completed
successfully” when the installation is complete.
9 Select the Close button.
The configuration files are stored in
/logic/configs/hp/Serial ATA.
See the instructions printed on the CD-ROM package for a
summary of the installation instructions.
See the online help for more information on installing,
licensing, and removing software.
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Loading Configuration Files
You configure the logic analyzer by loading a configuration file.
The information in the configuration file includes:
• Label names and channel assignments for the logic analyzer.
• Workspace configuration including logic analyzer machines,
Serial ATA tools, and Listing tools.
This tool is not supported by the Setup Assistant.
To choose a configuration file
Use the table choose a configuration file based on how many
logic analyzer cards you have, the mode, and whether or not you
want decoded data and commands to be directed into separate
listing windows.
Table 1
Configuration file names
File name
Mode
Logic analyzer cards required
N4219_Basic.___
Basic
1 card (4 pods)
N4219_Extended.___
Extended
2 cards (8 pods)
Basic configurations split a single logic analyzer card into two
machines, with two bytes of data stored in each state.
Extended configurations use two logic analyzer cards, with four
bytes of data stored in each state. This allows you to capture
data at twice the rate as a basic configuration.
Figure 2
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To load a configuration files
1 Click on the File Manager icon. Use File Manager to ensure that
the subdirectory /hplogic/configs/hp/Serial ATA exists.
If the above directory does not exist, you need to install the
software. See “To install software from CD-ROM” on page 25.
2 Using File Manager, select the configuration file from the
/hplogic/configs/hp/Serial ATA directory, then click Load. If
you have more than one set of logic analyzers installed in
your logic analysis system, use the Target field to select the
machine you want to load.
3 Close File Manager.
What loading a configuration file does
Loading one of these configuration files:
• Sets up the workspace.
• Selects the state (synchronous) sampling mode for each logic
analyzer machine.
The clock is set up:
• Master J Rising Edge (Extended Mode)
• Master J Both Edges (Basic Mode, Host Analyzer)
• Master L Both Edges (Basic Mode, Device Analyzer)
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TimingZoom does not provide any useful data, so this feature
is turned off.
• Sets each logic analyzer machine’s pod threshold voltages for
TTL.
• Labels (maps) buses and signals coming from the analysis
probe to the channels of the associated logic analyzer
machines.
CAU TI O N
You must set up the workspace and the analyzer labels by loading a
configuration file. Do not attempt to change the labels associated with
the logic analyzer machines using the analyzer’s Format tab. To control
what data is displayed, use the configuration options in the Serial ATA
tool. Do not attempt to set up the workspace by dragging and dropping
a Serial ATA tool onto an analyzer.
What Next?
Once you have loaded a configuration file, you can:
• Configure the options for the Serial ATA tool.
• Set up a trigger.
• Capture data.
• View the captured data.
These steps are briefly introduced in Chapter 4, “Making
Measurements” and documented in more depth in the online
help for the Serial ATA tool.
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Making Measurements
After you have connected the analysis probe and loaded a
configuration file, follow these steps to make a measurement:
1 Calibrate the analysis probe
2 Set preferences
3 Set up the logic analyzer to trigger on Serial ATA packets
4 Run the measurement
5 Display the captured data
Detailed information about these tasks is in the online help.
This chapter provides a brief overview of each step.
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To view the online help
1 Open the Workspace window.
2 If a Serial ATA tool is not already in the workspace, load the
appropriate configuration file.
3 Open the Serial ATA tool display.
4 Select Help > On This Window....
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Calibrating the Analysis Probe
The analysis probe must be calibrated before use.
The analysis probe calibrates itself when:
• The analysis probe is turned on.
• The Calibrate Probe button in the Serial ATA tool is selected.
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There must be no switching activity on the Serial ATA link during
calibration.
Calibration takes about 45 seconds. During calibration, the
Synchronization LEDs will be steady red, and the Amplitude
LEDs will flicker.
To prevent switching activity during calibration
Two ways to prevent switching activity are:
• Turn off the equipment under test, or
• Unplug the interposer from the Serial ATA link.
To determine whether calibration was successful
• If calibration fails, the Amplitude and Synchronization LEDs
will all continuously flash red then green.
• If calibration takes place before the configuration file is
loaded, and the calibration fails, a “Probe not calibrated”
message will be displayed when you load the configuration
file.
• If you use the Calibrate Probe button in the Serial ATA tool,
and the calibration fails, a “Probe not calibrated” message
will be displayed.
• If you have connected a serial or LAN cable to the analysis
probe, the results of the calibration will be displayed in your
terminal emulator window. See “Verifying Analysis Probe
Performance” on page 46.
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To recalibrate using the Serial ATA tool
1 In the Workspace window, open the Serial ATA tool display.
2 Select the Setup tab.
3 Select Calibrate Probe.
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Setting Preferences
To set the mode of the the analysis probe
1 In the Workspace window, open the Serial ATA tool display.
2 Select the Setup tab.
3 Adjust the settings to match the data you wish to capture.
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The probe mode (Basic or Extended) is set by loading the
configuration file.
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Table 2
Analysis Probe Modes
Data Mode
Select 8B to see decoded packets and to use the “Find
Serial ATA Packet” trigger macro. 10B symbols are
translated to 8B and descrambled.
Select 10B to see the raw, scrambled, undecoded data. The
“Find Serial ATA Packet” trigger macro does not work with
10B mode.
Filter Mode
Select which primitives should be filtered out of the 8B
data. In 8B mode, the analysis probe acts as a receiver, so
the CONT primitive is always filtered. The SOF and EOF
primitives are never filtered.
See the online help for information on each of the settings.
4 Select Apply.
Note that you must make the Setup selections before you run
a measurement.
To set preferences for the Serial ATA tool
1 In the Workspace window, open the Serial ATA tool display.
2 Select the Filter, Analysis, Labels, Fields, and Advanced tabs.
3 Adjust the settings to according to how you want the data to
be displayed.
See the online help for information on each of the settings.
4 Select Apply.
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Setting Up a Trigger
To trigger the analyzer to collect data from both directions when a
particular packet is found (8B Mode only)
Trigger functions are provided which help you to:
• Trigger on particular Serial ATA packets.
• Trigger both logic analyzer machines together so you can
capture data in both directions.
1 Open the Setup window for either logic analyzer machine.
2 Select the Trigger tab.
3 Select the Find Serial ATA Packet trigger function.
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4 Select which bus (host-to-device or device-to-host) to watch
for the packet.
5 Define the packet to trigger on.
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To trigger on primitives in 10B mode
Triggers have been stored to make it easy to trigger on the
occurrence of a primitive in 10B mode.
1 Open the Setup window for either logic analyzer machine.
2 Select the Trigger tab.
3 Select the Save/Recall tab.
4 Select the one of the 10B primitives.
5 If you wish, change the “occurs” count or the “then” action.
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To trigger on other 10B patterns
The “Find Serial ATA Packet” trigger macro does not work in
10B mode, but you can use many of the other trigger functions.
1 Open the Setup window for either logic analyzer machine.
2 Select the Trigger tab.
3 Select a trigger function.
4 Select Replace (or Insert before/after to create a complex,
sequential trigger).
5 Set the particular values you are interested in.
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Running a Measurement
1 Select the Group Run button in any window.
The Group Run button starts both logic analyzer machines,
so that you can collect data from both directions at the same
time.
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Displaying the Captured Data
• To see the captured data, select the Listing tool from the
workspace window.
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Interpreting the Status Lights
The Amplitude and Synchronization LEDs tell you the status of
the connection to the Serial ATA link. If the analysis probe is
not connected, expect the Amplitude LED to be off and the
Synchronization LED to be red.
Table 3
Amplitude LEDs
Light
Description
Off
Squelch (no differential signal is detected)
Red
Insufficient signal (a signal is detected, but the level is too low
to decode)
Green
Normal (switching activity is detected)
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Synchronization LEDs
Light
Description
Red
No bit synchronization (unable to recover a clock)
Off
Bit synchronization, but no character synchronization
Green
Successful bit and character synchronization (the data is fully
aligned and framed up at the character level)
During calibration, the Synchronization LEDs will be steady
red, and the Amplitude LEDs will flicker. If calibration fails, all
four LEDs will continuously flash red then green.
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Table 5
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Module Indicator LEDs
Light
Description
Red
Not used
Yellow
Not used
Green
Not used
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Troubleshooting Problems with the Displayed Data
If no data is displayed after a run
✔ Check that the logic analyzer is correctly connected to the
analysis probe.
✔ Check that the interposer is correctly connected to the
analysis probe.
✔ Load one of the supplied configuration files. If the format
specification (the mapping of signals from the logic analyzer
pods to labels) is changed, the Serial ATA tool will work
incorrectly or not at all.
If registers appear in the wrong place
If you see a “Register - Host to Device” FIS under the “Device
Packet Decode” label or a “Register - Device to Host” FIS under
the “Host Packet Decode” label:
✔ Check that the logic analyzer connection to the analysis
probe is not reversed.
✔ Check that the interposer connection to the analysis probe is
not reversed.
If triggering does not work
✔ Check that the analysis probe is configured for 8B mode. The
“Find Serial ATA Packet” trigger macro will work only with
8B mode.
If CONT primitives do not appear in the listing
This is normal behavior. CONTs are translated to the preceding
primitive in 8B mode. To see all of the data in its raw form, use
10B mode.
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If the byte order is backwards
The Serial ATA specification places Byte0 on the right and Byte
3 on the left. The “Find Serial ATA Packet” trigger macro
requires Byte0 to be on the left, so this is the order used
internally by the logic analyzer.
✔ Use the Analysis tab of the Serial ATA tool to add a column to
the display with the byte order you prefer.
If incorrect data is displayed
✔ Turn off the equipment under test and recalibrate the
analysis probe. See “To recalibrate using the Serial ATA tool”
on page 32.
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Verifying Analysis Probe Performance
If you suspect the analysis probe is not working properly, you
can view its power-on performance verification tests.
You can view the analysis probe’s performance verification tests
from its built-in command interface, which you can access via:
• The analysis probe’s serial RS-232 interface and a terminal
or computer running terminal emulation software.
The analysis probe has a 9600 baud RS-232 serial interface
with an RJ12 connector.
• The analysis probe’s LAN interface and the telnet command
on a networked computer.
The analysis probe has an IEEE 802.3 Type 10/100Base-TX
LAN connector and is compatible with both 10 Mbps
(10BASE-T) and 100 Mbps (100BASE-TX) twisted-pair
ethernet LANs. (The analysis probe automatically negotiates
the data rate for the LAN it is connected to.)
Accessing Built-In Commands via the Serial Port
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For this product, the built-in command line interface is useful only for
viewing the power-on self test and calibration results.
Before you can access the analysis probe’s built-in commands
via the serial port, the analysis probe must be connected to a
terminal or computer running terminal emulation software.
You need a serial cable (with RJ-12 connectors on both ends,
with 6-wire straight-through connections) and an adapter
(female RJ-12 to female 9-pin D subminiature). The adapter
plugs into 9-pin serial ports found on most PCs.
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Serial connections on a workstation
If you are using a UNIX® workstation as the host computer, you
need to use a serial device file. If a serial device file does not
already exist on your host, you need to create one. Once it
exists, you need to ensure that it has the appropriate
permissions so that you can access it. See the system
documentation for your workstation for help with setting up a
serial device.
Serial connections on a personal computer
Serial connections are supported on personal computers. (You
must use hardware handshaking.)
If you are using a personal computer as the host computer, you
do not need to set up any special files.
1 Connect the serial cable from the host computer to the
analysis probe.
Use the DB9-to-RJ12 adapter and the serial cable supplied
with the analysis probe.
2 Start a terminal emulator program on the host computer.
If you are using a personal computer, the HyperTerminal
application in Microsoft Windows® will work fine.
If you are using a UNIX workstation, you can use a terminal
emulator such as cu or kermit.
3 Configure the terminal emulator program for:
• Communication rate: 9600 baud
• Data bits: 8
• Parity: none
• Stop bits: 2
• Flow control: None
4 Turn on power to the analysis probe.
When the analysis probe powers up, it sends a version
message to the serial port, followed by a prompt.
5 Press the Return or Enter key a few times.
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You should see a prompt such as "T>".
If you don’t see a prompt, refer to “If there are serial port
connection problems”.
For information about the commands you can use, enter “?” or
“help” at the prompt.
If there are serial port connection problems
If the analysis probe prompt does not appear in the terminal
emulator window (or terminal display) after pressing the
Return or Enter key:
✔ Make sure that you have connected the analysis probe to the
proper power source and that the power switch is on.
With certain serial (RS-232) port interface cards, connecting
to a serial port when the analysis probe is turned off (or is
not connected) will hang the personal computer. The only
way to get control back is to reboot the computer. Therefore,
we recommend that you always turn on the analysis probe
before attempting to connect via a serial port.
✔ Make sure the serial cable is connected to the correct serial
port on your computer (or terminal).
✔ Make sure you are using the serial cable and adapter which
are supplied with the analysis probe.
✔ Make sure the sure you have properly configured the
terminal emulator (or terminal) data communications
settings:
• Communication rate: 9600 baud
• Data bits: 8
• Parity: none
• Stop bits: 1
• Flow control: Hardware
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Accessing Built-In Commands via the LAN Port
Before you can access the analysis probe’s built-in commands
via LAN, the analysis probe must be connected to the LAN and
set up with the proper LAN parameters. The analysis probe’s
LAN parameters can be configured) in two ways:
• By using a computer with terminal emulation software (or by
using an actual terminal) connected to the analysis probe’s
serial (RS-232) port, and by entering commands to set the
LAN parameters.
• By a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server
that responds to BOOTP requests.
What is DHCP?
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) allows clients
(like the analysis probe) to obtain LAN parameters
automatically from a server.
How does the analysis probe use DHCP?
The analysis probe uses “static allocation” (sometimes called
“manual allocation”) to obtain a permanent IP address. Every
time the analysis probe is turned on, it sends out a BOOTP
request packet. If the DHCP server on the network responds to
BOOTP requests and has been configured to reply to the
analysis probe’s link-level address, it will respond with the
IP address and other LAN parameters.
The analysis probe does not support “automatic allocation”,
which permanently allocates IP addresses from a pool of
addresses.
Nor does the analysis probe support “dynamic allocation” of IP
addresses—it does not track lease duration and request a new IP
address when the lease is about to expire.
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How does DHCP interact with other methods of setting LAN
parameters?
Every time the analysis probe is turned ON, it sends out a
BOOTP request packet (even if the LAN parameters have
already been configured). As long as the DHCP server is
configured to reply to BOOTP requests from the analysis
probe’s link-level address, it will respond with the IP address
and other LAN parameters.
To set LAN parameters using the serial port
1 Access the built-in command interface via the serial port (see
“Accessing Built-In Commands via the Serial Port" on
page 46).
2 Find out whether port numbers 6470 and 6471 are already in
use on your network and if that use constitutes a conflict.
Computers on the network (running debugger software)
communicate with the analysis probe through two TCP
service ports. The default base port number is 6470. The
second port has the next higher number (default 6471).
In almost all cases, the default numbers (6470, 6471) can be
used without change. If necessary, the base port number LAN
parameter can be changed (using a serial port connection) if
the port numbers conflict with some other product on your
network.
3 Display the current LAN parameter settings by entering the
lan command:
R>lan
lan is enabled
Link Status is UP
100BaseTX
lan -i 15.5.24.116
lan -g 15.5.23.1
lan -s 255.255.248.0
lan -p 6470
Ethernet Address : 08000909BAC1
R>
The Ethernet address, also known as the link level address, is
preassigned at the factory, and is printed on a label on the
analysis probe.
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4 Change the LAN parameters by entering lan commands
using the following syntax:
lan -i <internet> [-g <gateway>] [-p <port>] [-s <subnet>]
The lan command parameters are:
Table 6
Example
lan command parameters
Parameter
Meaning
-i <internet>
The IP address which you obtained from your network
administrator.
-g <gateway>
The gateway address. Setting the gateway address
allows access outside your local network or subnet.
-s <subnet>
This changes the subnet mask.
-p <port>
This changes the base TCP service port number,
normally 6470.
Do not change the default port numbers (6470, 6471)
unless they conflict with some other product on your
network. The numbers must be greater than 1024. If you
change the base port, enter the new value in the
configuration of your debugger (and, for UNIX
workstations, in the /etc/services file).
To assign an IP address of 192.6.94.2 to the analysis probe,
enter the following command:
R>lan -i 192.6.94.2
If you’re using a LAN connection, you can telnet to the
analysis probe from a computer on the network and enter
commands (see “To access the build-in commands via telnet" on
page 53).
To set LAN parameters using DHCP
If there is a DHCP server on your network which responds to
BOOTP requests and supports “static allocation” of IP
addresses, it can be used to set the analysis probe’s LAN
parameters.
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Ask your system administrator to set up the IP address and
other LAN parameters for the analysis probe on the DHCP
server.
You will need to supply the link-level address of the analysis
probe. The link-level address (LLA) is printed on a label above
the LAN connector on the analysis probe. This address is
configured in each analysis probe shipped from the factory and
cannot be changed.
To connect the LAN cable
Connect the LAN cable to the connector on the analysis probe.
Be sure to use the appropriate Category 3 or Category 5 cable
for your LAN.
To cycle power on the analysis probe
1 Cycle power on the analysis probe by powering it off then on
again.
When using DHCP, you must cycle power in order for the
analysis probe to send out a DHCPDISCOVER packet so that
its LAN parameter settings can be set automatically by a
server.
When using a serial connection, you must cycle power in
order for the analysis probe’s LAN parameter changes to take
effect.
2 Wait at least 20 seconds for the analysis probe to recognize
the LAN.
3 To verify that the analysis probe is now active and on the
network, follow the instructions in the “Communicating with
the analysis probe” chapter.
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To access the build-in commands via telnet
1 Verify your analysis probe is now active and on the network
by issuing a telnet command from a networked computer to
the analysis probe’s IP address.
Example
$ telnet 192.35.12.6
R>
R>
If you do not see a prompt, press the Return or Enter key a few
times.
This connection will give you access to the analysis probe’s
built-in command interface.
2 To enter a command, type it in at the built-in command
interface prompt, and press the Return or Enter key.
For example, to view the LAN parameters, enter the “lan”
command.
Example
R>lan
lan is enabled
Link Status is UP
10BaseT
lan -i 130.29.66.134
lan -g 130.29.64.1
lan -s 255.255.248.0
lan -p 6470
Ethernet Address: 0030D300A10C
3 To exit from the telnet session, type Ctrl-d at the prompt.
If you cannot “telnet” to the analysis probe
✔ Refer to “Verifying Analysis Probe LAN Communications" on
page 53.
Verifying Analysis Probe LAN Communications
Follow these steps if there are problems establishing LAN
communications to the analysis probe from a debugger or by
using telnet on a networked computer.
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Step 1. Verify the physical connection
1 Make sure that the proper LAN cable is connected.
• Use a Category 5 cable if your connection is running at
100 Mbps (100BASE-TX).
• Use a Category 3 cable if your connection is running at
10 Mbps (10BASE-T).
2 With the analysis probe powered on, look at the LAN status
lights to verify that the analysis probe is seeing LAN activity.
The yellow LED, on the right side of the connector, indicates
LAN activity (receive or transmit).
The green LED, on the left side of the connector, is lit when
the LAN interface is operating in 100Base-TX mode.
No activity indicates a problem with the LAN port or cable.
Contact your network system administrator.
Step 2. Use the “ping” command on a networked computer
These instructions assume you are using a personal computer
running Microsoft® Windows® 95 or Windows® 98. The
procedure for other operating systems is slightly different.
1 Open an MS-DOS Command Prompt window, or choose
Start->Run....
2 Enter the “ping” command followed by the IP address of the
analysis probe.
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Example
C:\WINDOWS>ping 192.35.12.6
Pinging 192.35.12.6 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply
Reply
Reply
Reply
from
from
from
from
15.6.253.138:
15.6.253.138:
15.6.253.138:
15.6.253.138:
bytes=32
bytes=32
bytes=32
bytes=32
time=1ms TTL=254
time=1ms TTL=254
time=1ms TTL=254
time<10ms TTL=254
3 If ping gets replies from the analysis probe (but you are
unable to telnet to it), try rebooting the analysis probe by
turning its power switch off then on again.
Problems with analysis probe firmware could lead to situations
where the LAN interface is up and running but you are not able
to telnet to the analysis probe or, if you are able to telnet to the
analysis probe, you are not able to enter commands.
If there are LAN connection problems
If the results of the “ping” command shows something like
“100% packet loss” or “Destination host unreachable”:
✔ Make sure that you have connected the analysis probe to the
proper power source and that the power light is lit.
✔ Make sure that you wait for the power-on self test to complete
before connecting.
✔ If you have just changed the IP address of the analysis probe,
leave the analysis probe powered on and connected to the
LAN for a few minutes, then try again.
Some hubs, routers, and hosts maintain tables of IP
addresses and link-level addresses. It may take a while for
these tables to be updated.
✔ Make sure that the analysis probe’s IP address is set up
correctly.
To do this, repeat the steps shown in “To set LAN parameters
using the serial port" on page 50.
✔ If the analysis probe is on a different subnet than the host
computer, make sure that the gateway address is set up
correctly.
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The default gateway address of 0.0.0.0 does not allow the
analysis probe to communicate with computers on other
subnets.
If it takes a long time to connect to the network
✔ Check the subnet masks on the other LAN devices connected
to your network. All of the devices should be configured to
use the same subnet mask.
Subnet mask error messages do not indicate a major problem.
You can continue using the analysis probe.
If there are many subnet masks in use on the local subnet, the
analysis probe may take a very long time to connect to the
network after it is turned on.
Using the Analysis Probe’s Built-In Commands
The analysis probe has a built-in command interface which you
can use for configuring or troubleshooting the analysis probe.
You can access the the built-in command interface via:
• A serial connection (as may have been used in “To set LAN
parameters using the serial port” on page 50).
• A telnet (LAN) connection.
Command Prompts
The prompt indicates the status of the analysis probe:
?
Table 7
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Unknown state
Commonly Used Commands
Command
Description
help
Help—display online help for built-in commands
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Table 7
Commonly Used Commands
Command
Description
init
Initialize—init -c re-initializes everything in the analysis
probe except for the LAN software.
lan
Configure LAN parameters.
pv
Run performance verification.
ver
Version—display the product number and firmware version of
the analysis probe.
To display the product number and firmware version of the
analysis probe, enter:
T>ver
Copyright (c) Agilent Technologies, Inc. 1999
All Rights Reserved. Reproduction, adaptation, or
translation without prior
written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under
copyright laws.
HPE8130A Series Emulation System
Version:
A.01.09 May 21 2002, 10:27:51 Lab Proto
Location: Generics
N4219A Analysis Probe for Serial ATA
Version:
A.01.00 00Jul02
T>
Built-In Online Help
Use help command_name to see the command syntax.
Example
To access online help for the “lan” command, enter:
T>help lan
Note that some of commands listed in the help screens are
generic commands and may not be available for your analysis
probe.
NO TE
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Viewing the Power-On Performance Verification Tests
The results of the power-on performance verification and
calibration tests can be viewed using either a LAN connection
or a serial port (RS-232) connection.
1 Power OFF the analysis probe.
2 Power OFF the device under test, or disconnect the
interposer from the Serial ATA link.
3 Leave the analysis probe connected to the interposer.
4 Access the analysis probe’s built-in command interface.
If you’re using a serial port (RS-232) connection, you can
connect a terminal emulator or an actual terminal to the
analysis probe and use it to enter commands (see “To set
LAN parameters using the serial port" on page 50).
If you’re using a LAN connection, you can telnet to the
analysis probe from a computer on the network and enter
commands (see “To access the build-in commands via
telnet" on page 53).
5 Turn the analysis probe ON again.
6 Compare the output to the following successful power-on
output:
HPE8130 Powerup
Control Board Version 02_A
Starting RAM Test: Passed
PCI Bridge Programmed: Initialized
Emulation Module Port Feedback Test:
Run Control FPGA Programmed
Run Control Data Bus Test: Passed
Clock Generator Test: Passed
Flash LEDs
Passed
Powerup PV Complete
Requesting boot parameters via network
Board ID: 0xdb Board Rev: 0x0e CPLD ID: 0x01
CPLD R/W test PASSED
SATA FPGA pv programmed and ready.
SATA FPGA ID: LSB=0x3a MSB=0x13
FPGA R/W test PASSED
FPGA 187MHz FP REF clock register: count = 74
<<<< Starting DAC CAL >>>>
Calibrating A's
RX Calibration
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..db.... 0x2654=655350/655350
0x2655=655350/655350
..db.... 0x2670=
0/655350
..db.... 0x2672=
0/655350
..nf.... 0x2663 - 0x2666
<...more calibration output...>
..db.... 0x2696=
0/655350
..nf.... 0x2687 - 0x268a
Final Setting=0x2660
<<<< DAC's Calibrated >>>>
..db....
..db.... 0x2671=
..db.... 0x2673=
0/655350
0/655350
..db.... 0x2697=
0/655350
Copyright (c) Agilent Technologies, Inc. 1999
All Rights Reserved. Reproduction, adaptation, or
translation without prior
written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under
copyright laws.
HPE8130A Series Emulation System
Version:
A.01.18 May 30 2002
Location: Generics
N4219A Analysis Probe for Serial ATA
Version:
A.01.00 00Jan00
T>
If a power-on test fails
✔ Save or print the results of the test, and contact Agilent
Technologies for support.
✔ If the test results indicate a failure of the analysis probe,
return the probe to Agilent Technologies for service.
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Service and Repair Information
To return a part to Agilent Technologies for service
1 Follow the procedures in the “Troubleshooting...” chapters to
make sure that the problem is caused by a hardware failure,
not by configuration or cabling problems.
2 In the U.S., call 1-877-4Agilent (1-877-424-4536). Outside the
U.S., call your nearest Agilent sales office. Ask them for the
address of the nearest Agilent service center.
To locate a sales or service office near you, go to the
world-wide web site:
http://www.tm.agilent.com
and select Contact Us.
3 Package the part and send it to the Agilent service center.
Keep any parts which you know are working.
4 When the part has been replaced, it will be sent back to you.
The unit returned to you will have the same serial number as
the unit you sent to Agilent.
The Agilent service center can also troubleshoot the hardware
and replace the failed part. To do this, send your entire
measurement system to the service center, including the logic
analysis system and cables.
In some parts of the world, on-site repair service is available.
Ask an Agilent sales or service representative for details.
To get replacement parts
The repair strategy for this product is board replacement.
However, some mechanical parts may be replaced if they are
damaged or lost. Contact your Agilent Technologies Sales Office
for further information.
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For some parts, exchange assemblies are available when a
repairable assembly is returned to Agilent Technologies. These
assemblies have been set up on the “Exchange Assembly”
program. This allows you to exchange a faulty assembly with
one that has been repaired, calibrated, and performance
verified by the factory. The cost is significantly less than that of
a new assembly.
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Analysis probe—operating characteristics
The following operating characteristics are not specifications,
but are typical operating characteristics for the Agilent N4219A
analysis probe.
Table 8
Table 9
Connectors
Serial ATA Inputs
Serial ATA male and female connectors on the N4218A
interposer. Maximum SATA rate supported is 1.5 Gb/s.
The interposer is an 8:1 passive divider off of the SATA link.
Analysis Probe Inputs
4 SMA connectors, for use only with the supplied N4218A
interposer.
Logic Analyzer Outputs
Four 100-pin Samtec connectors
Serial Port
RJ12 connector. RS-232 DCE to 115.2 kbaud.
Used only for troubleshooting.
LAN Port
IEEE 802.3 Type 10/100Base-TX LAN Port.
RJ-45 connector is compatible with both 10 Mbps (10Base-T)
and 100 Mbps (100Base-TX) twisted-pair ethernet LANs.
Used only for troubleshooting.
Trig In/Out
These two SMB connectors are not used.
Electrical Characteristics
Electrical Characteristics
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Power Requirements
(Power Supply)
Input: 100-240 V, 1.0 A, 50/60 Hz, IEC 320 connector
Output: 12 V, 3.3 A
CAT II (Line voltage in appliance and to wall outlet)
Power Requirements
(N4219A Analysis
Probe)
Input: 12 V DC, 1.5 A. Use only with the provided power supply.
CAT I (Mains isolated)
Power Requirements
(N4218A Interposer)
Not applicable (passive device)
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Table 9
Electrical Characteristics
Electrical Characteristics
Load Modell
The interposer and analysis probe do not present any DC load to
the Serial ATA link. This model is valid at frequencies up to
approximately 1.6 GHz. This model does not include insertion loss.
For effects at frequencies higher than 1.6 GHz, refer to the
following TDR trace:
The trace shows an approximately 88 ohm differential impedance
over the whole length of the interposer (from one SATA connector
to the other) except for the SATA connectors themselves. The
SATA connectors are primarily inductive and produce a relatively
large 12.5% reflection.
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Table 9
Electrical Characteristics
Electrical Characteristics
Table 10
Rise Time (input)
The intrinsic 20-80% rise time of a differential signal through the
N4218A interposer (from one SATA connector to the other) is
130ps.
The rise time numbers can be convolved with the 20-80% rise
times of the rest of the system to give a total rise time of the
system, for example:
Ttot = (Ta2 + Tb2 + Tinterposer2 + Tc2 +Td2)1/2
Rise Time (output)
The intrinsic 20-80% rise time of a differential signal out the
N4218A interposer (from SATA connector to SMA connector
terminated into 50 ohms) is 65 ps.
Electrical Length
The electrical length of the N4218A interposer (from one SATA
connector to the other) is 635ps.
Mechanical Characteristics
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Analysis Probe
Dimensions
Width: 17.5 cm (6.98 in)
Height: 5 cm (2 in)
Depth: 16 cm (6.3 in); 25 cm (9.8 in) including cables
See “Bench Space for the Analysis Probe" on page 11 for ventilation
requirements.
Interposer
Dimensions
Length: 11.4 cm (4.5 in)
Width: 3 cm (1.2 in)
Height: 1.2 cm (0.5 in)
Cable length: 152 cm (60 in)
Weight
Probe: 648 g (1.4 lb). Power supply: 314 g (0.7 lb).
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Table 11
Environmental Characteristics (Operating)
Environmental Characteristics (Operating)
Temperature
Operating/non-operating: +20° to +30° C (+68° to +86° F)
Altitude
Operating/nonoperating 4,600 m (15,000 ft)
Humidity
Up to 50% noncondensing. Avoid sudden, extreme temperature
changes which could cause condensation on the circuit board.
For indoor use only.
Pollution degree 2: Normally only dry non-conductive pollution occurs.
Occasionally a temporary conductivity caused by pollution may occur.
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Manufacturer's Name:
Manufacturer’s Address:
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
According to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and CEN/CENELEC EN 45014
Agilent Technologies, Inc.
1900 Garden of the Gods Road
Colorado Springs, Colorado
80907 U.S.A.
Declares, that the product
Product Name:
Serial ATA Probe
Model Number:
N4219A
Product Options:
This declaration covers all options of the above product(s).
Conforms with the following product stardands:
EMC
Standard
IEC 61326-2:2002 / EN 61326-1:1997
CISPR 11:1997+A1:1999/EN 55011:1991
IEC 61000-4-2:1995+A1:1998+A2:2000 / EN 61000-4-2:1995
IEC 61000-4-3:1995+A1:1998+A2:2000 / EN 61000-4-3:1995
IEC 61000-4-4:1995+A1:2000+A2:2001 / EN 61000-4-4:1995
IEC 61000-4-5:1995 / EN 61000-4-5:1995
IEC 61000-4-6:1996+A1:2000 / EN 61000-4-6:1996
IEC 61000-4-11:1994 / EN 61000-4-11:1994
Canada: ICES/NMB-001:1998
Australia/New Zealand: AS/NZS 2064.1
Limit
Group 1 Class A[1]
4kV CD, 8kV AD
3V/m, 80-1000 MHz
0.5kV signal lines, 1kV power lines
0.5kV line-line, 1kV line-ground
3V, 0.15-80 MHz
1 cycle, 100%
Safety IEC 61010-1:1990+A1:1992+A2:1995 / EN 61010-1:1993+A2:1995
Canada: CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1:1992
Additional Information:
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
(including 93/68/EEC) and carries the CE-marking accordingly (European Union).
[1]
The product was tested in a typical configuration with Agilent Technologies test systems.
Date: 2002-08-28
Name
Ken Wyatt / Product Regulations Manager
For further information, please contact your local Agilent Technologies sales office, agent or distributor.
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Product Regulations
Performance Criteria1
EMC
IEC 61326-2:2002 / EN 61326-1:1997
CISPR 11:1997+A1:1999/EN 55011:1991 - Group 1 Class A
IEC 61000-4-2:1995+A1:1998+A2:2000 / EN 61000-4-2:1995 (ESD 4kV CD, 8kV AD)
IEC 61000-4-3:1995+A1:1998+A2:2000 / EN 61000-4-3:1995 (3V/m, 80% AM)
IEC 61000-4-4:1995+A1:2000+A2:2001 / EN 61000-4-4:1995 (EFT 0.5kV line-line, 1kV line-earth)
IEC 61000-4-5:1995 / EN 61000-4-5:1995 (Surge 0.5kV line-line, 1kV line-earth)
IEC 61000-4-6:1996+A1:2000 / EN 61000-4-6:1996 (3V, 80% AM, power line)
IEC 61000-4-11:1994 / EN 61000-4-11:1994 (Dips 1 cycle, 100%)
Safety
A
A
A
A
B
A
IEC 61010-1:1990+A1:1992+A2:1995 / EN 61010-1:1993+A2:1995
Canada: CSA C22.2 No. 1010.1:1992
USA: UL 3111-1:1994 (optional)
Additional Information
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive
89/336/EEC (including 93/68/EEC) and carries the CE Marking accordingly (European Union).
1 Performance Criteria:
A
B
C
D
Sound Pressure Level
Pass - Normal operation, no effect.
Pass - Temporary degradation, self recoverable.
Pass - Temporary degradation, operator intervention required.
Fail - Not recoverable, component damage.
Less than 60 dBA
Regulatory Information for Canada
ICES/NMB-001:1998
This ISM device complies with Canadian ICES-001.
Cet appareil ISM est confomre à la norme NMB-001 du Canada.
Regulatory Information for Australia/New Zealand
This ISM device complies with Australian/New Zealand AS/NZS 2064.1
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Safety Notices
This apparatus has been designed and tested in accordance with IEC Publication 1010,
Safety Requirements for Measuring Apparatus, and has been supplied in a safe condition. This is a Safety Class I instrument (provided with terminal for protective earthing).
Before applying power, verify that the correct safety precautions are taken (see the following warnings). In addition, note the external markings on the instrument that are
described under "Safety Symbols."
Warnings
• Before turning on the instrument, you must connect the protective earth terminal of the
instrument to the protective conductor of the (mains) power cord. The mains plug shall
only be inserted in a socket outlet provided with a protective earth contact. You must not
negate the protective action by using an extension cord (power cable) without a protective conductor (grounding). Grounding one conductor of a two-conductor outlet is not
sufficient protection.
• Only fuses with the required rated current, voltage, and specified type (normal blow,
time delay, etc.) should be used. Do not use repaired fuses or short-circuited fuseholders. To do so could cause a shock or fire hazard.
• If you energize this instrument by an auto transformer (for voltage reduction or mains
isolation), the common terminal must be connected to the earth terminal of the power
source.
• Whenever it is likely that the ground protection is impaired, you must make the instrument inoperative and secure it against any unintended operation.
• Service instructions are for trained service personnel. To avoid dangerous electric
shock, do not perform any service unless qualified to do so. Do not attempt internal service or adjustment unless another person, capable of rendering first aid and resuscitation, is present.
• Do not install substitute parts or perform any unauthorized modification to the instrument.
• Capacitors inside the instrument may retain a charge even if the instrument is disconnected from its source of supply.
• Do not operate the instrument in the presence of flammable gasses or fumes. Operation
of any electrical instrument in such an environment constitutes a definite safety hazard.
• Do not use the instrument in a manner not specified by the manufacturer.
To clean the instrument
If the instrument requires cleaning: (1) Remove power from the instrument. (2) Clean the
external surfaces of the instrument with a soft cloth dampened with a mixture of mild
detergent and water. (3) Make sure that the instrument is completely dry before reconnecting it to a power source.
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Safety Symbols
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Instruction manual symbol: the product is marked with this symbol when it is necessary
for you to refer to the instruction manual in order to protect against damage to the product..
Hazardous voltage symbol.
Earth terminal symbol: Used to indicate a circuit common connected to grounded chassis.
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Index
Numerics
100% packet loss, 55
100BASE-TX, 46
100Base-TX, 54
100-pin probe cables, 19
10B triggering, 37, 38
10BASE-T, 46
12V power cord, 16
8B triggering, 35
A
adapter, serial port, 46
Agilent, 60
Agilent service center, 60
airflow, 11
amplitude LEDs, 41
analysis probe
equipment required, 10
equipment supplied, 8
operating characteristics, 64
automatic allocation, 49
B
basic mode, 33
bench space, 11
BOOTP request, 49, 50, 51
built-in command interface, 53
built-in commands, 56
byte order, 45
C
cable, serial, 46
calibration, 31
Category 3 cable, 52
Category 5 cable, 52
channel assignments, 26
characteristics
analysis probe, 64
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cleaning the instrument, 71
clock setup, 4x analysis, 27
coax cables, 19
command prompts, 56
commonly used commands, 56
communication rate, 47
configuration files, 25
installing vs. loading, 24
loading, 26, 27
connectors, 64
CONT primitive, 34, 44
cu, 47
Find Serial ATA Packet trigger function, 24
firmware version, 57
flow control, 47
format
changing, 28
G
gateway address, 51, 55
generic commands, 57
grounding, 71
group run, 39
D
H
data bits, 47
data mode, 33
data rate for the LAN, 46
DB9-to-RJ12 adapter, 47
destination host unreachable, 55
device file, 47
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol), 49
differential signals, 19
displaying data, 40
DR/DT, 19
dynamic allocation, 49
hardware handshaking, 47
help, 30
hosts, 55
HR/HT, 19
hubs, 55
HyperTerminal, 47
E
electrical characteristics, 64
equipment supplied, 8
analysis probe, 8
errors, display, 45
ethernet address, 50
exchange assemblies, 61
extended mode, 33
F
filter mode, 33
find 10B primitive, 37
I
IEEE 802.3 Type 10/100Base-TX LAN, 46
inputs, 64
installation
software, 24
versus loading, 24
installing logic analyzer modules, 14
instrument, cleaning the, 71
IP address, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55
K
kermit, 47
L
labels
changing, 28
configuration file, 28
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LAN activity, 54
LAN cable, 52
LAN communications, verifying, 53
LAN parameters, 49, 50, 52, 53
LAN port, 64
LAN status lights, 54
LEDs, 41
lights, 41
link-level address, 49, 50, 52, 55
displaying, 50
location of, 52
listing, 40
load model, 65
loading configuration files, 26
local subnet, 56
logic analysis system, 60
logic analyzer
channel assignments, 26
label names, 26
machines, 14
modules, installing, 14
requirements, 10
logic analyzers
supported, 10
M
machines, 14
manual allocation, 49
mode, 33
module indicator LEDs, 42
N
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Package, 25
networked computer, 53
O
online help, 30, 57
operating characteristics
analysis probe, 64
operating system, 25
outputs, 64
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P
packets
triggering on, 35
parity, 47
parts supplied, 8
performance verification, 46
command, 58
personal computer, serial connections
on, 47
physical connection, 54
ping command, 54, 55
pod connections, 20
port number
changing, 51
default, 50
power cord, 8, 15, 16
power supply, 15
power switch, 17
power-on self test, 46
power-ON/OFF sequence, 17
preferences, 33
primitives
10B, 37
CONT, 44
primitives, filtering, 34
Probe not calibrated error, 31
product number, 57
prompts, list of, 56
R
recalibration, 31
registers, 44
repair strategy, 60
replaceable parts, 60
return a part, 60
RJ12 connector, 46
routers, 55
RS-232 serial interface, 46
running a measurement, 39
serial connection, 56
cable, 46, 47
verifying, 47
serial device file, 47
serial number, 60
serial port
connection, 46
service ports, 51
Setup Assistant, no support for, 26
software, installing, 24
squelch, 31, 41
state (synchronous) sampling mode, 27
static allocation, 49, 51
Status, 41
status lights, 41
stop bits, 47
subnet, 55
subnet mask, 51
error messages, 56
synchronization LEDs, 41
T
TCP, 51
TCP service ports, 50
telnet, 53
telnet (LAN) connection, 56
terminal, 49
terminal emulation, 49
terminal emulator program, 47
threshold voltages, 4x analysis, 28
TimingZoom, 28
Trig In/Out ports, 64
trigger macro, 44
triggering, 35, 44
twisted-pair ethernet LAN, 46
V
ventilation, 11
VisiTrigger, 10, 14
S
W
safety notices, 71
save/recall triggers, 37
self-test, 46
Serial ATA analysis software, 25
weight, 66
workspace, 4x analysis, 27
workstation, serial connection on, 47
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