|Hewlett Packard 1630G Logic Analyzer|
Logic analyzers perform trace measurements . The HP 1630A/D/G models are interactive state and timing analyzers for use in the design and troubleshooting of microprocessor based systems . An analyzer traces activity from several points during a period of system operating time. Theanalyzer may perform both state and timing measurements together and interactively control the capture of information in each of these two functions. General Information Model 1630A/D/G The analyzer can perform overview measurements with which the performance of code modules in softwareintensive systems may then be analyzed . Overview measurements available in all three 1630 models include state and time interval histograms. The 1630G has added overview measurement features that enhance the state label histogram andallow time position and linkage measurements . Thelogic analyzers can be described as having two basic functions, that of state and timing, and have special features in each function which are listed below.
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|Hewlett Packard -- 1630G -- Service Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service Manual|
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|Upload date:||01 December 2013|
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This manual applies directly to instruments with serial numbers prefixed: 1630A;2812A 1630D;2812A 1630G;2812A 1631 A; 2811A 1631D; 2811A With changes described within, this manual also applies to instruments with serial prefixes: 1630A; 2242A through 2715A 1630D; 2234A through 2720A 1630G; 2415A through 2602A 1631 A; 2451A through 2714A 1631D; 2446A through 2713A SECTION I, GENERAL INFORMATION. This section contains a description of this manual and the HP 163X logic analyzer family. This section also gives specifications and recommended test equipment for the logic analyzers. SECTION II, INSTALLATION. Section II explains how to prepare the Logic Analyzers for use. SECTION III, OPERATION. Operation of the HP 1630A/D/G and HP 1631 A/D is outside the scope of this service manual. Section III does give a brief description of front panel controls and information about configuration of the logic analyzers for IHP-IB and HP-IL operation. For complete operating instructions see the Operating Manual. SECTION IV, CONFIDENCE TESTS. This section concerns the execution of software-based function verification Self Test (ST) tests, which includes the interpretation of status codes to verify correct operation. SECTION V, ADJUSTMENTS. The logic analyzers require several adjustments that can be done with an oscilloscope, voltmeter, programmable signal source and controller; these adjustments are covered this section. SECTION VI, REPLACEABLE PARTS. This section contains ordering information and a parts list for all models of the family. SECTION VII, INSTRUMENT CHANGES. This section has information which describes changes to the instruments and how to find proper documentation for the instrument being serviced. SECTION VIII, SERVICE. The Service section is divided into eight subsections. The first subsection covers the overall system. This includes system theory, and which service group to reference with a failure. The service groups focus on individual subsystems. Information in these groups includes block and component level theory, mnemonics, and schematics relating to that subsystem.
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|Hewlett Packard -- 1630G -- User Manual|
|Manual Type:||User Manual|
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|Upload date:||31 May 2015|
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OPERATING AND PROGRAMMING MANUAL This manual applies to Models 1630A/D (Option 007) and all 1630G instruments. It also applies to 1630A instruments serial prefixed 2424A and below, and 1630D instruments serial prefixed 2428A and below. This manual describes how to operate the Hewlett-Packard Models 1630A, 1630D, and 1630G Logic Analyzers. The three analyzers operate the same, but each have different configuration capabilities. The 1630G is the latest configuration with added performance measurement capabilities that are not possible with the 1630A or 1630D logic analyzers. The differences are described, wherever applicable, throughout this manual . This first chapter describes the physical and electrical characteristics of the analyzer. At the end of this chapter are two tables: one lists the analyzer specifications guaranteed by HP, and the other lists the analyzer operating characteristics. MANUAL CONTENTS Chapter 1 General Information This manual contains instructions and information to help you install and operate the logic analyzer. It shows how to assign labels in the format specification to identify signals from the input probes, and how to assign symbols to represent values found on those labeled inputs. Chapter 2 describes how to set up the logic analyzer for use. Directions are given for connecting the probe cables to a system under test and initiating the analyzer self test . Chapter 3 contains a menu map and afront panel keyboard description. The menu map helps to put the overall operation of the analyzer into perspective . Page numbers are given byeach menu to reference the description of the menu in the manual . Chapter 4 of this manual is State Measurements . The basic state measurements, from taking a trace in a freerun mode to selective tracing, is explained in a step-by-step process . Chapter 5 contains the software performance analysis measurements . Although these measurements are state measurements, an entire chapter is devoted to them because of the complexity of overview analysis . Chapter 6 is a description of the timing measurements . Simple timing measurements are described in a stepby- step process. Chapter 7 describes interactive state/timing measurements . Chapter 8 is a description of the system peripheral menus of the 1630A/D and the 1630G. Chapter 9 contains the instructions used for programming the 1630 logic analyzers via HP-113 or HP-IL. Appendix A contains all the possible display messages that may appear on the analyzer screen . An HP-113 overview is given in Appendix B for use as a reference for programming over the HP-113 . Appendices C, D, and E explain using a printer, tape memory, or disc memory accessories with the logic analyzer.
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