Performance underscores Windows 95-based logic analyzer

Granville, Fran; Strassberg, Dan
February 1996
EDN;02/03/97, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p11
Trade Publication
Introduces Tektronix Inc.'s TLA 700 series of personal computer-based logic analyzers that offer two-gigahertz timing and 100- and 200-megahertz state analysis. Features; Logic-analysis capabilities; Design specification; Market price.


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