PALO ALTO, CA – Agilent Technologies Inc. has expanded its logic analyzer portfolio with eight new fixed-configuration models creating its next-generation 16800 series. The 16800 series of analyzers is said to offer high-performance measurement capabilities in a smaller, fixed-configuration package with advanced features at an affordable price.
The series is comprised of eight logic analyzer models - all equipped with a 15-inch display and optional touch-screen interface. The touch-screen interface has been a hallmark of Agilent's modular logic analyzer systems for more than 20 years, but has never before been available in a fixed-configuration model.
The16800 family reportedly quadruples the industry's maximum fixed-configuration memory depth to 32M samples. Products with this acquisition depth were previously only available in higher-priced modular logic analyzers. In addition, three models offer an integrated digital stimulus that allows design teams to quickly emulate missing components, inject faults and assist in performing design characterization.