By DE Editors
Saelig Company, Inc.’s GP-24100 is a PC-controlled USB 2.0 device featuring arbitrary digital waveform generator (ADWG) and logic analyzer capabilities.
It enables the simulation and analysis of digital interfaces, streaming data to/from a PC to 16 data lines at up to 10MHz, with six additional control lines for repetitive sequence generation, in/out clocking, or trigger definition.
With its 8MB embedded memory buffer and 100MHz operation on all 16 digital lines, GP-24100 complements conventional lab equipment for digital electronic system design, test, and debug. It has a maximum sustained throughput via USB of up to 30MB/s.
The supplied 8PI Control Panel Software offers graphical scripting (TCL/tk) and programming (C/C++) interfaces to automate tasks and bridge between programming environments and hardware prototypes.
With its ADWG / Pattern Generator mode of operation, the GP-24100 allows users to generate extended depths of arbitrary digital stimuli, directly from a PC through a USB connection and create16 bit-wide arbitrary patterns at up to 100 MHz.
GP-24100’s Analyzer mode of operation transforms the test box into a simple logic analyzer to collect and analyze digital data, sampling 16 bits at up to 100 MHz and storing data in 8 Mbytes of internal memory.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.