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A logic analyzer using the PC’s parallel port

A logic analyzer using the PC’s parallel port

A logic analyzer is useful in electronic development and debugging, especially where fast logic circuits are involved with lots of signals whose relations have to be verified or examined.
Features

This logic analyzer can:

Run on Win95 and Win98 and ME using non-interrupted burst acquisition.

Run on Win2000 NT XP with interrupted acquisition, using the allowio driver.

Support ECP parallel ports.

Record up to 8 channels.

Use any parallel port.

Sampling at up to 1 million samples per second, depending on your hardware.

Record 32768 samples.

Save and load recordings to/from disk

Use an “Advanced Trigger” sceme. It waits for a channel to remain stable for a given time (Delay), and then it starts sampling after the first change of that channel.

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