Logic Analyzer Trigger

- the trigger technology behind the logic analyser is one of the key issues within its design and operation. .

One of the key features of a logic analyzer is its triggering capability.

When investigating and debugging complex software driven digital circuits it is necessary to be able to see the response of the system after a particular occurrence.

As this may involve a number of lines to be in a given state, it is necessary for the logic analyzer to be able to trigger after this combination occurs. This facility is one of the key advantages of logic analyzers and enables them to be used to quickly home in on problems that may only occur under a particular set of circumstances.

By Ian Poole


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