Q. Which DIMMs does the FS2358B DDR3 interposer support?
A. The FS2358B supports a 240-pin, 667 MHz clock (1333 MT/s data rate), 64-bit, Registered or Unbuffered Synchronous Double Date Rate (DDR) DRAM Dual In-Line Memory Module (DDR SDRAM DIMM). 800 MHz clock (1600 MT/s data rate) DIMM's or 933 MHz clock (1867 MT/s data rate) DIMM's are supported by adding the optional FS1181 Support Package.
Q. Can you guarantee the FS2358B will operate correctly in my system?
A. A good question. Electrically, the FS2358B extends the DDR3 bus approximately 1.0 inch in etch length. FuturePlus has carefully simulated and designed the FS2358B to work in your system. Factors that can have a significant effect on the performance of the whole DDR3 system include the type of memory controller, the target layout, the type of DIMM used, and which DIMM socket is being probed. All users are given 30 days to qualify the FS2358B in their system.
Q. How does the FS2358B require only 2 logic analyzer modules for 1600+ operation?
A. The FS2358B hardware and software takes advantage of the unique multiplexing feature of the TLA7BB4 modules, thus cutting the module requirements in half.
Q. Does the FS2358B product provide for automated sample point setting?
A. Yes. The FuturePlus Sample Point Finder software provides for automated sample point settings, both voltage and time.
Q. Does the FS2358B DDR Protocol Decoder display ECC?
Q. What software is included with the FS2358B DDR3 interposer?
A. The protocol disassembler and the setup files with Sample Point Finder are included for 1333 operation. For 1600 and 1867 operation, you need to order the optional FS1181 Support Package. Command performance analysis software is also provided.
Q. Does your probe get its power from my system?
A. No. The FS2358B requires external power and a DC power supply is included.
Q. How do I find out what are the latest versions of Tektronix logic analyzer operating software?
A. Contact your nearest Tektronix Call Center.
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