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re: Test tools to empower engineers for PCIe 3.0 designs
JmS0   3/14/2011 3:18:28 PM
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I know this article is mostly about protocol analyzers, but Table 1 really should include a LeCroy scope model, perhaps a WM816Zi or WM820Zi. An option for these scopes actually lets them do PCIe decode for Gen1, Gen2 and Gen3 - on the scope.

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