The logic analyzer is a versatile tool that can help engineers with digital hardware debug, design verification, and embedded software debug. Yet many engineers turn to a digital oscilloscope when they should be turning to a logic analyzer, often because they’re more familiar with oscilloscopes. But logic analyzers have come a long way over the last few years, and for many applications they will help reveal the root cause of troublesome bugs in less time than alternative instruments.

Learn the differences between logic analyzers and digital oscilloscopes by reading this article from Test & Measurement World’s Chris Loberg!

Get the most out of your Logic Analyzer!


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