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Hewlett Packard 1600A Logic Analyzer
Manufacturer:
Model:
1600A
Date:
1974
Class:
Type:
SubType:
Logic State Analyzer

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The Model 1600A Logic State Analyzer is designed to aid in the analyses of digital systems which depend on sequences of logic states to control their operation. The 1600A provides a functional display of ones and zeros in a tabular format of logic states with up to 16 variables in a digital system (up to 32 variables may be displayed when a Model 1607A Logic State Analyzer is used with the 1600A in the bus mode). Tabular data is displayed in two tables of sixteen 16-bit words. Table A (left half of the CRT screen) is a display of A-memory data acquired from the circuit under test through the 1600A data input connectors. Table B (right half of the CRT screen) is a display of B-memory data (data transferred from A-memory by the STORE A—B pushbutton or Model 1607A input data when the 1600A is connected to 1607A using an I/O Interface Cable), or a display of the exclusive-OR of A-memory and B-memory data. In map-display modes, the 1600A displays digital words (up to sixteen bits in length) as single dots whose location on the CRT screen identifies them uniquely. In the map mode, the 1600A can display up to 65 536 16-bit words (all possible states in a 16-bit state machine).

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Service and User Manual
Manual type:
Service and User Manual
Pages:
231
Size:
34.51 Mbytes (36189653 Bytes)
Language:
english
Revision:
Manual-ID:
01600-90903
Date:
01 September 1975
Quality:
Scanned document, all readable.
Upload date:
06 June 2020
MD5:
548ad9ed4d2b2ebd7d4f3c4d698fa844
Downloads:
35

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This manual applies directly to instruments with serial numbers prefixed 1533A. With changes described in Section VII, this manual also applies to instruments with serial numbers prefixed 1510A. I GENERAL INFORMATION ... 1-1 1-1. Introduction ... 1-1 1-7. Specifications ... 1-1 1-10. Accessories Supplied ... 1-2 1-12. Accessories Available ... 1-2 1-14. Instrument and Manual Identification ... 1-2 II INSTALLATION ... 2-1 2-1. Introduction ... 2-1 2-3. Initial Inspection ... 2-1 2-5. Power Cords for Receptacles ... 2-1 2-7. Power Requirements ... 2-1 2-10. Repacking for Shipment ... 2-1 III OPERATION ... 3-1 3-1. Introduction ... 3-1 3-3. Controls and Connectors ... 3-1 3-5. Clock, Data, and Qualifier Inputs ... 3-1 3-7. Display Modes ... 3-1 3-8. Table Displays ... 3-1 3-11. Partial Displays ... 3-1 3-13. Map Displays ... 3-1 3-16. Norm/Exp ... 3-2 3-17. Cursor ... 3-2 3-18. Sample Modes ... 3-2 3-21. Trigger Modes ... 3-3 3-22. Start Display ... 3-3 3-23. End Display ... 3-3 3-24. Delay ... 3-3 3-25. Norm/Arm ... 3-3 3-26. Local/Bus ... 3-3 3-27. Qualifier Modes ... 3-3 3-30. Pattern Trig Out/Delayed Trig Out ... 3-3 3-32. Display Features ... 3-3 3-34. Display Time ... 3-3 3-35. Column Blanking ... 3-3 3-36. Logic Neg/Pos ... 3-3 3-37. Byte 4 Bit/3 Bit ... 3-3 3-38. , Bus Operation ... 3-4 3-40. Trigger Bus ... 3-4 3-41. I/O Bus ... 3-4 . 3-43. Bus Operating Modes ... 3-5 3-44. Front-panel Controls ... 3-5 3-45. Reset ... 3-5 3-46. 32-bit Word Display ... 3-5 3-47. Operator's Checks and Adjustments ... 3-5 IV PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION ... 4-1 4-1. Introduction ... 4-1 4-3. Basic Information ... 4-1 4-5. Logic States ... 4-1 4-6. Logic Circuitry ... 4-1 4-7. Mnemonics ... 4-1 4-9. Functional Description ... 4-1 4-13. Digital Delay and Trigger Generator ... 4-1 4-16. Memory Index and Control ... 4-4 4-19. Display Cycle ... 4-4 4-25. Reset Algorithms ... 4-4 4-31. Detailed Description ... 4-8 4-33. Data Input ... 4-8 4-36. Temporary Data Storage and Pattern Recognition ... 4-8 4-38. Trigger Bus ... 4-11 4-43. Display Qualifier ... 4-11 4-47. Digital Delay and Trigger Generator ... 4-12 4-58. Timing Generator ... 4-14 4-62. A-memory and Memory Index and Control ... 4-14 4-72. Data Index and Control ... 4-16 4-73. Reset ... 4-16 4-81. Display Data Switch ... 4-17 4-85. Word Intensify ... 4-17 4-90. Data-routing and Multiplexing . 4-18 4-96. Display State Counters ... 4-18 4-101. B-memory ... 4-19 4-104. Blanking ... 4-19 4-109. Data Acquisition Reset ... 4-20 4-115. Display Clock Generator ... 4-20 4-117. Display Reset ... 4-20 4-119. Horizontal/Vertical Decoders and D/A Converters ... 4-21 4-122. Analog Output Amplifiers ... 4-21 4-128. Indicator Light Control ... 4-22 V PERFORMANCE CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS ... 5-1 5-1. Introduction ... 5-1 5-3. Recommended Test Equipment ... 5-1 5-5. Check Record ... 5-1 5-7. Performance checks ... 5-1 5-9. Initial Operational Check ... 5-1 5-10. Specification Check ... 5-1 5-21. Adjustment Procedures ... 5-8 5-23. +5 V Power supply Adjustment ... 5-8 5-24. Timing Adjustments ... 5-9 5-25. High Voltage Supply Adjustment ... 5-10 5-26. Display Adjustments ... 5-10 5-27. Customer Modifications ... 5-12 5-28. 32-bit Word Display ... 5-12 VI REPLACEABLE PARTS ... 6-1 6-1. Introduction ... 6-1 6-3. Ordering Information ... 6-1 MANUAL CHANGES AND OPTIONS ... 7-1 7-1. Introduction ... 7-1 7-3. Manual Changes ... 7-1 7-5. Special Options ... 7-1 7-9. Standard Options ... 7-1 VIII SCHEMATICS AND TROUBLE- SHOOTING ... 8-1 8-1. Introduction ... . 8-1 8-3. Repair and Replacement ... . 8-1 8-5. Mechanical Disassembly and Board Removal ... . 8-1 8-13. Servicing Circuit Boards ... . 8-3 8-14. Semiconductor Replacement ... . 8-3 8-15. Integrated Circuit Replacement . 8-4 8-17. Integrated Circuit Handling ... . 8-4 8-18. Troubleshooting ... . 8-4 8-21. Fault isolation ... . 8-4

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