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What advantages does the expanded memory option (option 003) on the 16700 Series Logic Analyzers provide?
Generally, expanded memory will provide enhanced performance with certain hardware configurations and will support monitor resolutions up to 1600 X 1200.

FAQ 2012-03-12

1671xA: How Do I Coordinate the Triggering of Two Measurements Happening on the Same Logic Analyzer

FAQ 2010-05-16

How many ground connections do I need to make when using flying lead probes with a logic analyzer?
Generally speaking, the higher your data rate, the more ground connections you will need. We recommend that you use a minimum of one ground connection for every two signals

FAQ 2008-01-07

1655xA: Is it Possible to Inverse Assemble Multiple Data Sets in the Same Listing?

FAQ 2002-06-27

16534A: Can the 16534A Oscilloscope Module Perform an FFT?

FAQ 2002-06-27

16522A: Can I Drive My Target With the Clock Rate the Pattern Generator Uses to Stimulate the...

FAQ 2002-06-27

1653xA: Can I Do High Frequency Rejection to Filter a Signal Captured by the 16534A?

FAQ 2002-06-27

16700A: Will Emulation Probe for Pentium Processor Support Pin-compatible AMD Processor?

FAQ 2002-06-27

167xxA: Does Keysight Have a Probing Solution for the VME64 Bus?

FAQ 2002-06-27

167xxA: Does Keysight Have a Probing Solution for the PCI Bus?

FAQ 2002-06-27

167xxA: Do I Need an Emulation Probe & E2466B for Inverse Assembly on Pentium Pro Processor?

FAQ 2002-06-27