The logic analyzer is a versatile tool that can help engineers with digital hardware debug, design verification, and embedded software debug. Yet many engineers turn to a digital oscilloscope when they should be turning to a logic analyzer, often because they’re more familiar with oscilloscopes. But logic analyzers have come a long way over the last few years, and for many applications they will help reveal the root cause of troublesome bugs in less time than alternative instruments.
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