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Agilent Technologies Introduces New Portable Logic Analyzers

Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced its 16850 Series portable logic analyzers. The instruments offer the industry’s fastest timing capture with deep memory for quickly debugging digital systems. The 16850 Series also offers the industry’s only portable logic analyzer with both single-ended and differential probing options to help designers get their high-speed digital devices to market faster.

A video demonstration of Agilent’s new logic analyzers is available at www.agilent.com/find/16850-series_video.

With 2.5 GHz, 400 ps period timing capture across all input channels, and up to 128-megasample memory depth, the 16850 Series of logic analyzers provide up to 50 percent faster timing capture with deep memory than any other portable logic analyzer on the market, with twice the memory depth.

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The Agilent 16850 Series offers a standard state data rate of 700 Mb per second as well as an upgrade option to 1400 Mb per second. Users can choose the desired memory depth, starting with the standard, 2-megasample depth, along with a variety of choices up to the maximum 128-megasample depth. Both state speed and memory depth options can also be upgraded after the initial purchase.

Additional information about Agilent’s 16850 Series portable logic analyzers is available at www.agilent.com/find/16850-series.

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