Logic State Analyser

From: Doug Yowza <yowza_at_yowza.com>
Date: Sun Apr 26 04:46:30 1998

On Sun, 26 Apr 1998, Olminkhof wrote:

> I have been rearranging my storage area and uncovered a HP 1611A Logic State
> Analyser fitted with a Z80 option that I picked up a few years ago.
> I have no idea what one would do with this. Should I cherish it? Play with
> it?
> Does one need the specific manual or are these generic and perhaps explained
> in standard texts?
> There are a number of plugin points for various types of probes, none of
> which I have off course. It powers up fine though.

If you don't have the probes, it won't be very interesting to play with.
Unless the Z80 option includes a pod that attaches to a Z80, then you
should cherish it :-) The only LA I've used was an Arium ML4100, but you
should be able to do interesting things without a manual. You'll probably
need the specific HP manual if you want to set complex triggers, but you
should be able to do some simple CPU tracing without the manual (I would

-- Doug
Received on Sun Apr 26 1998 - 04:46:30 BST

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