The Hewlett Packard/Agilent 1671A benchtop logic analyzer has 102 channels to help the embedded system design team find hardware and software defects quickly. With 64K of acquisition memory (500K with option 030) this logic analyzer is the first benchtop logic analyzer which lets you view processor mnemonics and verify critical hardware timing relationships over a long period of time. With the standard Ethernet LAN interface, the software designer can now capture a real-time microprocessor trace and correlate it to source code in C++ or other high level languages on a PC or workstation. The combination of deep memory, large internal mass storage and LAN make the HP 1671A benchtop logic analyzers especially well suited to solving your integration problems.
Mass storage is provided by internal hard drive which provides quick storage and retrieval of files.
The 3.5-inch high-density flexible disk drive supports both DOS and LIF formats.
Ethernet LAN interface enables access to the logic analyzer files via FTP or NFS. Use X11 windows to control or view the logic analyzer on a PC or workstation. The LAN interface includes both 10Base-T and 10Base-2 connectors.
Store data as ASCII files and screen images in TIFF, PCX and PostScriptTM formats.
New graphical trigger macros make trigger setup easier.
Centronics, RS-232 and HP-IB communication ports make connecting to other devices easier than ever.