GAOTek offers logic analyzers that can capture and display multiple signals from the digital system or digital circuit. They are used to debug and evaluate the errors. They also detect improvements that can be performed in digital systems. These devices work in a manner similar to the way that an oscilloscope displays and facilitates the analysis of analog signals. Even though an oscilloscope can perform the functions of a logic analyzer, the analyzers are more useful in a digital environment as they are able to display a large number of signals. A logic analyzer enables the traces of logic signals to be seen so that the operation of various lines in a digital circuit can be monitored and investigated. GAOTek’s analyzers are useful instruments that are widely used by engineers to debug logic arrays.
Logic analyzers capture and display the sequences of digital events. Once the data are captured, they can be rendered as graphical images, state listings, or decoded traffics. These analyzers can compare each captured data set to a previously recorded data set, and let the users know whether or not the two data sets are identical. These devices specify the conditions under which the logic analyzers acquire data and simplify connection to the system under test (SUT). These logic analyzers translate captured data into processor instructions and correlate it to the source code. They also help to trace embedded software execution; detect and analyze timing violations and transients on buses. Logic analyzers are used to solve complex discrete logic by simulating inputs and testing outputs using boundary scan. Logic analyzers can uncover hardware defects that are not found in the simulation. These problems are typically too difficult to model in simulation, or too times consuming to simulate and often across multiple clock domains.
In logic analyzers, sophisticated triggering feature specify the conditions under which they acquire data. Their high-density probes and adapters simplify connection to the system under test (SUT) and analysis capabilities translate captured data into processor instructions and correlate it to the source code. These logic analyzers have long capture times and also navigate the data easily. Features such as debugging source code, built-in decoding is available in logic analyzers. Logic analyzers come in various formats. The most popular one is a test instrument case. However it is also possible to use the processing power of a computer and PC based logic analyzers are also available. These logic analyzers are very useful in solving the digital problems and meet the aggressive design schedules.
Logic Analyzers are very useful in the area of electronics development for engineers. They are also used in association with processors and embedded systems. These logic analyzers are also useful to debug the hardware in digital systems and help technicians to fix problems in malfunctioning systems.
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GAO Tek 3005 USB Arbitrary Waveform Generator and Frequency CounterID: A0210001tek $499.00
GAO 3005 USB Arbitrary Waveform Generator has one channel of arbitrary waveform output, 8 Bits output, synchronized signal outputs, two channels of Counter/Frequency Measurement inputs, 8 Bits input and external trigger input.
GAO Tek DDS Function Generator with Arbitrary Waveform FunctionID: A0230008tek Call for Quote
This DDS function generator is designed for use in such applications as communication equipment and electronic components production.
GAO Tek DDS Function Generator (40 µHz to 60 MHz)ID: A0230007tek Call for Quote
This DDS function generator can generate a variety of precision wave shapes over a frequency range of 40 µHz to 60 MHz.
GAO Tek DDS Function Generator (40 µHz to 5 MHz)ID: A0230006tek Call for Quote
This DDS function generator is used in development, testing and repair of electronic equipment.
GAO Tek DDS Function GeneratorID: A0230004tek
This direct digital synthesis (DDS) function generator is designed for use in such applications as communication equipment and electronic components production.
GAO Tek Digital RF Millivoltmeter and Frequency CounterID: A0230003tek
This digital RF millivoltmeter and frequency counter utilizes a new kind of micro-controller and measures sinusoidal signal voltage over a wide frequency range of 10 kHz to 2000 MHz.