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From: "John Miles"
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Subject: Re: AN: New Logic Analyzer, 500MHz, $166
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 17:36:44 -0800
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"Tim" wrote in message
> chris wrote
> > > It does look good... 8 channels might not be enough though and I have
> > > doubts about the probes. A ribbon cable is not something you want to
> > > hook up to your high speed digital design. Even my old 100MHz Philips
> > > LA has active probes.
> > Hi, that was my first thought. I can't see any way that it can work,
> > maybe the vendor could provide some details, like input circuitry.
> Well, the design is not open-source :-)
That's a missed opportunity on your part, IMHO. If you shipped a
COM-compatible library for the analyzer with even a rudimentary API (e.g.,
"bool readInput(int probe_number)"), your analyzer would suddenly become
more attractive than many of the HP/Tek/Gould boatanchors selling at eBay
for 2 cents on the dollar. If I could write custom acquisition software in
MSVC, I'd order one myself in 2 nanoseconds. It would be a faster, wider
version of the homebrew parallel-port hack I usually use.
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