Logic State Analyser

From: Joe <rigdonj_at_intellistar.net>
Date: Tue Apr 28 18:10:55 1998

At 06:33 PM 4/27/98 +0100, you wrote:
>> > There are a number of plugin points for various types of probes, none of
>> > which I have off course. It powers up fine though.
>> AFAIR the ordinary probes are just micro-hooks on single wires, which plug
>> into a little distribution box on the end of a ribbon cable.
>Are you _sure_? Every logic analyser that I have ever worked with has
>quite a bit of circuitry in the 'pod'. Both Gould and Tektronix had some
>(custom) high-speed comparator hybrid circuits in the pods. Even the HP
>LogicDart has something moulded into the probe connector, I think.

   There IS a lot of circuitry in the HP LA pods. I've taken a few apart
and it's packed full. I have extra pods for the 1610 & 1615 but I don't
know if they're the same ones that are used on the 1611.

Received on Tue Apr 28 1998 - 18:10:55 BST

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