Logic_Analyzer_Tutorial

Logic_Analyzer_Tutorial - ECE 331 rev S09 ECE 331: Logic...

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ECE 331 rev S09 Logic Analyzer Tutorial p. 1 ECE 331: Logic Analyzer Tutorial Summary The logic analyzer is a very useful tool in digital hardware design. It displays a circuit’s logic status on the screen and enables observation of each selected each signal as it changes over time. This tutorial will show you how to use the PC-based NCI GoLogic logic analyzer to monitor the signals in a simple counter (sequencer) application. Learning Objectives 1. How to connect the GoLogic logic analyzer with the protoboard. 2. How to monitor the signals using trigging mode. Resources 1. NCI GoLogic Logic Analyzer User Manual. 2. NCI GoLogic PC-based Logic Analyzer. Procedure 1. The NCI Logic Analyzer has female connectors as shown in Figure 1. A 5-pin pinstrip male connector is needed to connect the output of the counter to the logic analyzer. Connect the logic analyzer to the protoboard Figure 2. Female connectors of Logic Analyzer 2. Connect A0, A1, A2 and A4 pins of group A from the logic analyzer to the four
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2009 for the course ECE 331 taught by Professor M.shanblatt during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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