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'OT: recommendations for a pc based logic analyzer'
1998\05\28@013007 by David Schmidt

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Anyone recommend a decent and inexpensive (hopefully) PC based
logic analyzer?

At least 4 channels and 0.1 uS timebase would be great.
Thanks in advance.
Dave

1998\05\28@025753 by Andrew Warren

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David Schmidt <spam_OUTPICLISTTakeThisOuTspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU> wrote:

> Anyone recommend a decent and inexpensive (hopefully) PC based
> logic analyzer?
>
> At least 4 channels and 0.1 uS timebase would be great.

Dave:

I don't know how you define "inexpensive", but Boulder Creek
Engineering makes an excellent PC-based logic analyzer called
the Pod-8820 (previously known as the "Pod-A-Lyzer 820").
List price is $1295, but they have occasional promotions
during which they drop the price to $995.

18 channels, 100 megasamples/second async (66 MSa/S sync), 64K
samples/channel, great Windows-based software, and it'll fit
in your shirt pocket.

You can download the host software for the thing -- it runs as
a demo if you don't have the hardware -- from their web site
at:

   http://www.pod.com

-Andy


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