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How are channels organized on a probe by probe basis for a given channel width for my TLA600+ TLA5000+ TLA700+ TLA7000 series logic analyzers?

Question :

How are channels organized on a probe by probe basis for a given channel width for my TLA600+ TLA5000+ TLA700+ TLA7000 series logic analyzers?

Answer :

Each single line grouping below shows two 8 channel groups and one clock/qualifier for a total of 17 channels. 17 channel probes will contain one of these groups. Double line channel groupings show how channels are organized in a 34 channel probe. You will notice that the pairing changes going from 68 channels to 102 channels. Clocks and qualifiers are always assigned to the same channels regardless of module or mainframe type.

For 34 channel modules:

A2 A3 CK0
C2 C3 CK3

For 68 channel modules:

A2 A3 CK0
C2 C3 CK3

A0 A1 CK1
D0 D1 CK2

For 102 channel modules:

A2 A3 CK0
D2 D3 Q0

A0 A1 CK1
D0 D1 CK2

C2 C3 CK3
C0 C1 Q1

For 136 channel modules:

A2 A3 CK0
D2 D3 Q0

A0 A1 CK1
D0 D1 CK2

C2 C3 CK3
C0 C1 Q1

E0 E1 Q2
E2 E3 Q3


This FAQ Applies to:

Product Series: TLA5000

Product:

FAQ ID 63446

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