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PC-Based Logic Analyzer?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Ray Samson, Jul 26, 2004.

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  1. Ray Samson

    Ray Samson Guest

    Hi, I am looking for a PC-based logic analyzer to read a signal with a
    frequency of 1 MHz and store it in memory. My primary concerns are
    cost and reliability. What would you guys recommend based on this?
     
  2. Steve

    Steve Guest

    Hi Ray,

    I've used the Ant8 Logic Analyzer
    (www.usb-instruments.com/hardware-ant8.html) and it offers good value for
    money. The maximum number of samples might be low, but it depends on what
    your doing. It all depends on how much you want to spend. It might be
    worth having a look on eBay for a second hand 'non-pc based' logic analyzer.
    Most of them will have the capabilities to download data to a PC (via RS232
    or floppy disk). As for reliability, the Ant8 is reliable but I think most
    logic analyzers are.
     
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