Logic Analyzers are an essential piece of test equipment for debugging digital designs. This seminar will cover the fundamentals of Logic Analyzers, from key questions like "when would I use a Logic Analyzer" to "what is a timing/state analyzer and how does it work". The seminar will also cover areas like probing and cross correlation between Oscilloscopes and Logic Analyzers. Engineers who are new to Logic Analyzers, or engineers who may just want a refresher, will find this seminar extremely beneficial.

Duration: One hour

Who should view this webcast: Digital designers, hardware engineers, software engineers, FPGA developers

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joel_birch.gif.gifJoel Birch, Senior Applications Engineer, Agilent Technologies

Joel Birch is a senior applications engineer for Agilent Technologies, currently supporting customers that develop high speed digital silicon and systems. He has worked for HP/Agilent for 28 years in manufacturing, technical support and marketing, and in field applications engineering. He supports customers using real-time oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, and protocol analysis test equipment.