A logical analyzer has various important applications in many fields. Let’s learn about this device and choose the right product for you.

What is a logic analyzer?

The logic analyzer is a device that records, displays, and measures multiple electrical signals simultaneously in an electronic circuit. The logic analyzer’s capable of displaying the relationship and time between different signals in the electronic system. Moreover, it can analyze digital communication protocols, like I2C, SPI, and serial. Therefore, this is a great tool to detect and correct errors of electronic circuits and electronic data transmission systems.

Types of Logic Analyzer:

Portable logic analyzer:

This is usually larger than the oscilloscope and has all the functions needed to capture, display, and analyze digital signals such as probes, monitors, cursor control, and sometimes keyboard controls.

Logic analysis module:

The logic analyzer module is a rack-mount card or PC. Users can change different modules for testing on the backplane depending on their individual needs.

PC-based logic analyzer:

PC-based logic analyzer combined with a computer to perform the work of displaying and analyzing the collected data. It is a separate device that plugs into one of your computer's accessory ports. The device contains the data acquisition circuits needed to receive many high-speed digital signals. This information is sent to the computer software via the connected port. Due to the speed requirements to transmit large amounts of data have been obtained. So most PC-based logic analyzers rely on high-speed, wired connections, like USB or Ethernet.


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