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HP 16500B User Manual

HP 16500B User Manual (141 pages)

Logic Analysis System  
Brand: HP | Category: Analytical Instruments | Size: 1.78 MB
Table of contents
Chapter 1, "triggering," Shows You How To Set Up The Analyzer To Trigger On The5................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Triggering11................................................................................................................................................................
To Store And Time The Execution Of A Subroutine13................................................................................................................................................................
To Trigger On The Nth Iteration Of A Loop15................................................................................................................................................................
To Trigger On The Nth Recursive Call Of A Recursive Function17................................................................................................................................................................
To Trigger On Entry To A Function19................................................................................................................................................................
To Capture A Trace Of Activity Associated With A Write Of Known Bad Data To A Particular Variable21................................................................................................................................................................
To Trigger On A Loop That Occasionally Runs Too Long22................................................................................................................................................................
To Verify That All Stacks And Registers Are Restored Correctly Before Exiting A Subroutine23................................................................................................................................................................
To Trigger After All Status Bus Lines Finish Transitioning25................................................................................................................................................................
To Find The Nth Occurrence Of Asserting A Chip Select Line26................................................................................................................................................................
To Verify That The Chip Select Line Of A Memory Chip Is Strobed After The Address On The Address Bus Is Stable27................................................................................................................................................................
To Trigger When Expected Data Does Not Appear On The Data Bus From A Remote Device When Requested28................................................................................................................................................................
To Test Minimum And Maximum Pulse Limits30................................................................................................................................................................
To Detect A Handshake Violation32................................................................................................................................................................
To Detect Bus Contention33................................................................................................................................................................
Cross-arming Trigger Examples34................................................................................................................................................................
To Examine Software Execution When A Timing Violation Occurs35................................................................................................................................................................
To Look At Control And Status Signals During Execution Of A Routine36................................................................................................................................................................
Intermodule Measurements37................................................................................................................................................................
Intermodule Measurement Examples40................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up A Group Run Of Modules Within The Hp 16500b41................................................................................................................................................................
To Start A Group Run Of Modules From An External Trigger Source43................................................................................................................................................................
To Start An External Instrument On Command From A Module Within The Hp 16500 And 16501 Mainframe45................................................................................................................................................................
To See The Status Of A Module Within An Intermodule Measurement47................................................................................................................................................................
O See Time Cor Re La Tion Of Each Mod Ule Within An In Ter Mod Ule Meas Ure Ment48................................................................................................................................................................
To Use A Timing Analyzer To Detect A Glitch49................................................................................................................................................................
To Capture The Waveform Of A Glitch50................................................................................................................................................................
O Cap Ture State Flow Show Ing How Your Tar Get Sys Tem Pro Cesses An In Ter Rupt51................................................................................................................................................................
Using Stimulus-response To Test A Circuit53................................................................................................................................................................
To Use A State Analyzer To Trigger Timing Analysis Of A Count-down On A Set Of Data Lines55................................................................................................................................................................
To Use Two State Analyzers To Monitor The Activity Of Coprocessors In A Target System56................................................................................................................................................................
Special Displays57................................................................................................................................................................
To Interleave Trace Lists58................................................................................................................................................................
To View Trace Lists And Waveforms Together On The Same Display60................................................................................................................................................................
Skew Adjustment62................................................................................................................................................................
To Adjust For Minimum Skew Between Two Modules Involved In An Intermodule Measurement63................................................................................................................................................................
File Management65................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Files Using The Flexible Disk Drive67................................................................................................................................................................
To Save A Measurement Configuration68................................................................................................................................................................
To Load A Measurement Configuration70................................................................................................................................................................
To Save A Trace List In Ascii Format72................................................................................................................................................................
To Save A Menu Or Measurement As A Graphic Image74................................................................................................................................................................
To Load System Software76................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Hp 16500l Lan Interface77................................................................................................................................................................
To Set Up The Hp 16500b78................................................................................................................................................................
To Transfer Data Files From The Hp 16500b System To Your Computer80................................................................................................................................................................
To Transfer Graphics Files From The Hp 16500b System To Your Computer82................................................................................................................................................................
Concepts83................................................................................................................................................................
The Trigger Sequencer85................................................................................................................................................................
The Inverse Assembler92................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Translation For Analyzer Modules95................................................................................................................................................................
If You Have A Problem99................................................................................................................................................................
Analyzer Problems101................................................................................................................................................................
Intermittent Data Errors101................................................................................................................................................................
Unwanted Triggers101................................................................................................................................................................
No Setup/hold Field On Format Screen102................................................................................................................................................................
No Activity On Activity Indicators102................................................................................................................................................................
Capacitive Loading102................................................................................................................................................................
No Trace List Display102................................................................................................................................................................
Preprocessor Problems104................................................................................................................................................................
Target System Will Not Boot Up104................................................................................................................................................................
Slow Clock105................................................................................................................................................................
Erratic Trace Measurements105................................................................................................................................................................
Inverse Assembler Problems107................................................................................................................................................................
No Inverse Assembly Or Incorrect Inverse Assembly107................................................................................................................................................................
Inverse Assembler Will Not Load Or Run108................................................................................................................................................................
Intermodule Measurement Problems109................................................................................................................................................................
An Event Wasn't Captured By One Of The Modules109................................................................................................................................................................
Messages110................................................................................................................................................................
Default Calibration Factors Loaded" (hp 16540, 16541, And 16542)110................................................................................................................................................................
Inverse Assembler Not Found110................................................................................................................................................................
"measurement Initialization Error111................................................................................................................................................................
"no Configuration File Loaded112................................................................................................................................................................
"selected File Is Incompatible112................................................................................................................................................................
"slow Or Missing Clock112................................................................................................................................................................
"state Clock Violates Overdrive Specification113................................................................................................................................................................
Time From Arm Greater Than 41.93 Ms113................................................................................................................................................................

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