Q. Which SO-DIMMs does your FS2333 DDR Analysis Probe support?
A. The FS2333 supports the PC2700 module, a 200-pin, 167 MHz clock (333 MT/s data rate), 64-bit, Unbuffered Synchronous Double Date Rate (DDR) DRAM Small Outline Dual In-Line Memory Module (DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM). It also supports slowers versions that uses a 100 MHz (200 MT/s data rate) or a 133 MHz clock (266 MT/s data rate) DDR SDRAM SO-DIMM. Registered and non-registered SO-DIMMs are supported.
Q. How does the Agilent logic analyzer connect to the FS2333 DDR Analysis Probe?
A. The FS2333 attaches to the logic analyzer with Termination Adapters. Two are available. The FS1014 (Agilent E5378A) attaches to a 16753A thorugh 16756A or 16760A and the FS1015 (Agilent E5385A) attaches to a 16717, 16740 or 16750. The necessary impedance matching networks are included in the adapters. See Ordering Information for the correct quantities.
Q. Are there egress issues with the FS2333 DDR Analysis Probe?
A. No. The FS2333 comes with two different adapters (click on the photo to the right to see them). One of the adapters should allow the FS2333 to fit into any target system.
Q. What software is included with the FS2333 DDR Analysis Probe?
A. Files are included that automatically set up your Agilent logic analyzer for state or timing analysis mode and label all the signal names. Another file is the transactor, which translates the signals into bus transactions during state analysis.
Q. Does your probe get its power from my system?
A. No. All necessary power is supplied by the logic analyzer.
Q. How do I find out what are the latest versions of Agilent logic analyzer operating software?
A. Contact your nearest Agilent Call Center.
Q. How do I know which Agilent logic analyzer is best for my needs?
A. Click here.
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