Q. Is there any power drawn from my system?
A. No. The DDR3 Mixed Signal Interposer is totally passive.
Q. What type of oscilloscope do I need?
A. See the System Requirements section for a complete list.
Q. On the FS2382 where you can see all the data (5 paddle boards), how many total pins are there to hook up to?
A. The FS2382 is the MSI DDR3 DIMM interposer with the greatest visibility. It has 5 Paddle cards. One Paddle card is dedicated to use with the P6780 Digital probe. That "Digital" Paddle card provides access to 34 Address, Command, Control and Clock signals as single-ended connections.
The second Paddle card provides access to these same 34 signals for a P750x series Analog scope probe with a Tri-Mode cable. The "Analog" Paddle card is set-up so that the P750x probe can measure any differential signal (CK0 or CK1) differentially.
The remaining 3 Paddle cards are "Analog" Paddle cards also and provide access to all the DQx (Data bit) signals as single-ended measurements and all the DQSx_p/n (Data strobe) signals as either single-ended or differential measurements. This totals 100 signals, which includes the ECC byte and all DQ strobes as 2 (single-ended) signals.
The SO-DIMM MSI has similar pin numbers.
Q. How do I find out what are the latest versions of Tektronix oscilloscope operating software?
A. Contact your nearest Tektronx Office.
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