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Re: Per-Channel or Total Capacity
Aeroengineer   4/7/2014 4:33:00 PM
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Joe,

Thanks for chiming in, and welcome to EETimes.  I am surprised that you are back on your feet.  It sounds like you guys had a late night last night.

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Price?
MeasurementBlues   4/7/2014 4:04:32 PM
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Do you have pricing on these devices?

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Dual use
MeasurementBlues   4/7/2014 4:03:35 PM
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Can you program each channel invidually for analog or digital inputs?

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Compared to what?
MeasurementBlues   4/7/2014 4:00:11 PM
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Adam,

Interesting device. Which devices will you compare against this one?

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Re: Per-Channel or Total Capacity
Max The Magnificent   4/7/2014 3:07:18 PM
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@joegarrison: Hi Clive -- these numbers are per-channel.

Wonderful -- thansk for getting back to me so quickly -- this really does look like a very useful addition to one's test setup.

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Re: Per-Channel or Total Capacity
joegarrison   4/7/2014 3:04:01 PM
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Hi Clive -- these numbers are per-channel.

The performance numbers do go down once the data rate exceeds the USB pipe bandwidth -- i.e. when you add more channels than can be supported simultaneously.

We put together an interactive configuration tool so you see what to expect for a given application:  https://www.saleae.com/#interactive-tile

 

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Per-Channel or Total Capacity
Max The Magnificent   4/7/2014 2:37:32 PM
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Hi Adam -- in this column you say "The performance of the devices has also been expanded at the top end.  The previous Logic and Logic16 devices had a max digital sampling rate of 24MS/s and 100MS/s respectively.  The newest devices max out at 500MS/s.  On the analog side of the equation, the max sampling rate that can be had is 50MS/s.  This equates out to about 5MHz of bandwidth at the -3dB point."

Are these numbers per channel, or the total capacity of the device for all channels?

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