What are sampling rate, memory depth and trigger?
- The sampling rate how many inputs can be acquired by the analyser per second.
- The memory depth describes the number of signal inputs that can be acquired simultaneously within one measurement run.
- Trigger defines the temporal start of the measurement and an event that triggers the measurement cycle of the logic analyser.
The terms sampling rate and memory depth are explained in detail under Oscilloscopes.
Do you want to get to the bottom of the error? Do you already have a product on your shortlist?
Our high-end analyser range is ideal for getting to the bottom of the error. They are available with:
- Timing / status analysis of up to 4 GHz
- Up to 136 channels (can be interconnected for more channels)
- Up to 32 GB RAM
We also offer a wide range of:
- Bus triggers (incl. SD3.0/eMMC4.5, etc.)
- Protocol analysers (incl. eSPI, SD3.0, etc.)
Are you price-conscious but still interested in high-performance models?
Opt for a 2-in-1 model. This way you get a logic and a protocol analyser with 19 channels and 200 MHz timing / status analysis in one instrument.
- An I2C port with Schmitt trigger
- A differential CAN, RS485 / RS422
- A ProfiBus port
USB-controlled logic analysers
As with the USB oscilloscopes, there are also models of logic analysers that are PC-controlled via USB 3.0 and can optionally be connected together with a digital signal oscilloscope (DSO) to form a mixed signal oscilloscope (MSO).