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?
I personally have the Openbench Logic Sniffer from Dangerous Prototypes. I was also going to do a comparison based upon what I can find on the web at these price points. These would be more of a paper comparison.
According to what has been told to me and what their device simulator has on their webpage, you can have each channel taking both analog and digital or set to either or. Each channel can be configured individually.
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