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54831 Datasheet(PDF) 4 Page - Agilent(Hewlett-Packard)

Part No. 54831
Description  Infiniium 54830 Series Oscilloscopes
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Powerful Mixed-Signal Triggering
No matter how complicated the
signals you’re dealing with, the
Infiniium MSO has a triggering
feature that can help you easily
untangle it. The Infiniium MSOs
provide you with the most com-
plete triggering functionality
ever offered in an oscilloscope.
The 54830D Series Infiniium
MSOs come with powerful trig-
gering capabilities across all
16 digital channels and all
available analog channels so you
can easily isolate and analyze
complex signals and interactions
in your mixed analog and
digital designs.
X-Ray Vision for Your FPGAs
The new N5397A FPGA Dynamic
Probe for the Infiniium MSO
enables its 16 digital channels
to capture and trigger on signals
inside of your Xilinx FPGA that
can then be correlated to exter-
nal analog activity.
Seamless Integration of Analog and
Digital Channels
The Agilent 54830D Series
Mixed-Signal Oscilloscopes unique-
ly combine the detailed signal
analysis of a high-performance
scope with the 16-channel timing
measurements of a logic analyzer,
plus the benefits of fast, usable,
and affordable MegaZoom
deep memory.
On one display you can have
both the analog circuit charac-
teristics displayed on the 2 or
4 scope channels and the digital
signals displayed on the 16 logic
timing channels. Digital and
analog events are aligned in time
so you can easily relate cause and
effect in difficult mixed-signal
troubleshooting situations. The
analog and digital channels are
seamlessly integrated giving you
familiar scope-like controls of
both the analog and digital tim-
ing channels. And there is no
compromise on the scope side —
you just can treat all 18 or 20
channels the same.
Verifying and analyzing your mixed-signal design
Here we see a data line and the clock
of a standard SDRAM isolated in a
write cycle. This was accomplished by
triggering with 4 digital channels and
1 analog channel of the 54833D MSO
when the SDRAM’s CS, CAS, and WE
lines are low, while RAS is high on the
rising edge of the clock. The second
analog channel is used for looking at the
analog characteristics of a data line.
The increased channels, deep memory,
and advanced triggering of an MSO can
help you debug today's complex designs
more efficiently than you could with a
DSO. Trying to do this with a traditional
2- or 4-channel DSO would be difficult
or impossible. The traditional option
for measuring a multi-channel system
would be to connect and configure a
logic analyzer with a DSO which can be
costly and time-consuming. Fortunately,
Agilent’s MSO fills this need without
the cost or frustration.

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