The LA-5000 software can also perform Pulse Measurement calculations.
Up to 8 measurements for each channel can be displayed at the same time.
Calculations can be performed on the entire buffer or on a range defined by 2 cursors.
Pulse width (logical 0), Pulse width (logical 1), Minimum Pulse width (logical 0), Minimum Pulse width (logical 1),Maximum Pulse width (logical 0), Maximum Pulse width (logical 1),Frequency, Period, Duty cycle (rising), Duty cycle (falling) and Pulse count.
The LA-2124 logic analyzers have software for Win XP, Win 2K, Win NT, Win 95, and Win 98. The logic analyzers are PC-based and we regularly upgrade the software with more features and support for new operating systems. Software updates are free and available on the website.
Statelist and Timing waveforms can be printed on any Windows compatible printer.
The logic analyzer data can be stored on your PC in a number of ways: Files can be saved to disk for future viewing. Data can be exported in "CSV" format to programs like Mathcad, Excel, Word, etc... You can paste screen images into your reports using programs like Word, Excel, image editors, etc... Data can even be shared with other computers. You don't need to have our logic analyzer connected to a computer to view the data files. You can capture data in the lab and view it in your office or you can email it to other engineers at remote locations for analysis.
High Speed Operation (up to 100MHz)
Although theoretically you need your logic analyzer to capture at only twice your data rate, in reality you need much more than that. Our analyzers provide up to 100MHz (100MSa/s) clock rates for accurate and detailed data capture.
Deep Data Buffers (up to 512K samples per channel)
Simply put, the deeper the buffer the better. Our data buffer gives you the flexibility to store a great number of events surrounding the trigger. Sometimes it is difficult to pinpoint the exact event that you want to trigger on. With our system you don't need to know exactly where to trigger since our large buffer will capture so many events. And of course you can capture long events that other analyzers may cut off. Also, you can maintain higher sampling rates to get more detail without running out of buffer space.
Continuously Variable Pre/Post Trigger Position
The continuously variable pre/post trigger positioning enables the user to control the amount of data recorded before and after the trigger event. The trigger cursor can be positioned anywhere in the buffer (up to 512K) so that can see a long train of events that led up to the trigger condition, a long series that followed the trigger or many events surrounding it.
Our Logic Analyzer captures the data that is important to you. Its sophisticated 16 level triggering (up to 160 bits each) lets you fine tune the exact point to start capturing. Multilevel triggering can be used to look for a sequence of events (i.e. address xxxx1110xx111x0x followed by address 11xx1110xx111x0x).