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A "How To" tutorial on logic analyzer basics for digital design

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ar2hn24
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ar2hn24   2/27/2013 3:45:35 PM
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good read. Thank you

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zeeglen   1/14/2012 11:38:46 PM
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A combination scope/logic works good. Or run several different instruments from a common trigger and paste their displays onto the same paper timebase with a word processor. When the digital has a glitch can hekp to see this in analog mode to help deduce why.

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Salman Khan Engineer   1/14/2012 10:30:16 PM
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very helpful artical .. nice

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