Philips PM 3580 Logic Analyzer
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PM 3580
Date:
1990
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Dual logic analysis

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The PM 3580.PM 3585 Logic Analyzer family is a new 1 generation of general purpose logic analyzers giving twice the information with only half the work. All four models of this family {PM 3580/30, PM 3580.60, PM 3585/60, PM 3585.90) feature an exclusive Dual Analysis Per Pin architecture allowing these instruments to analyze and store state and timing data on each of up to 96 channels in a single acquisition at full speed, ail time correlated. No more dual probing; no more repeat measurements needed. The PM 3580 instruments handle 100 MHz timing and 50 MHz state acquisition on aii channeis simultaneously. The PM 3585 instruments handle 200 MHz timing and 50 MHz state acquisition on all channeis simultaneously. Operation of the instruments is more intuitive and easier than ever to learn. The modern Human Interface is user- friendly both in understanding and operation. Whenever you need them, popup menus will remind you of the choices available. So even if you do not use a logic Analyzer very often, you will not be guessing. And when you know exactly where you want to be, you will find the short cuts even faster. For instance, you can type T to move the display directly to the trigger point. No menu needs to be involved. Simultaneous State and Timing Per Pin PM3585: Two Analyzers Both a timing section and a state section simultaneously observe the same target signals. The pattern recognition results (timing events and state events) of both sections are routed to one common sequencer. The sampled timing and state data are routed to the acquisition memory which can store a total of 2K samples (1K for PM 3580 units) and which you can assign to timing only data (100%), timing + glitch data (50%/50%), timing + state data (50%/50%), or state only data (100%). The pattern recognition logic for state and timing patterns operates independently from the storage mode you select. This allows you always to search for state and timing patterns in parallel. Inside your PM 3585 Logic Analyzer there are two independant Logic Analyzers, both having this unique Dual Analysis Per Pin architecture. These two analyzers can arm each other when and where necessary in their respective sequences. Channeis can be assigned in groups of 16 to either analyzer or remain unassigned. Both PM 3580 and PM 3585 units can use any channel as a state/externa! clock. Furthermore, any channel can be used as a clock qualifier. This is another unique feature of this iogic Analyzer family. A maximum of 4 state clocks can be defined at the same time (per Analyzer in PM 3585 units). Timing data is stored using the transitional timing mechanism. This guarantees an optimal usage of acquisition memory. The key features of ail four models are as follows: • “Dual Analysis Per Pin (DAPP)’’ architecture (simultaneous, correiated state and timing acquisition on all channeis) • Transitional timing on ail channels • Powerful triggering functionality integrating state & timing trigger functions in the same trigger sequence • Eight-ievei sequencer with full conditional structure (If...Then...Else) • Eight state trigger words • One range recognizer • Three timing trigger words • One edge detector • One glitch detector • Absolute or relative time stamp, always at full speed (5 ns resolution) • Powerful selective data acquisition functions.

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User Manual
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This Manual The PM 3580.PM 3585 Reference Guide is organized per menu. Given a menu, it concisely describes per field the purpose of the field and all the possible options. Introduction 1 Front Panel 2 Rear Panel 3 Field Types 4 Menu Bar 6 Moving in Menus and Lists 7 Configuration Menu 9 Analyzer Name 10 Analyzer Status 11 Software Options 11 Analyzer Reset 11 Pods 12 Pod Activity 12 System Reset 13 Format Menu 15 Analyzer Name 17 Pod Activity 17 Thresholds 17 Clock Labels 18 Ciock Polarity 19 Clock Selector 20 Clock Qualifier Expression 22 Data Labels 22 Data Polarity 23 Label Selector 24 Clock Attributes Menu 25 Timing Label 26 Qualifier(s) 27 Display Position 27 Label Attributes Menu 29 Timing Label 30 Ciock Validity 31 Trace Menu 33 Pattern Recognition 35 Run Definition 37 Analyzer 37 Sequence Type 38 Type of Data Stored 39 Trigger Position 40 Run Mode 42 Run Parameters 42 Predefined Sequences 44 Timing Sequences 45 State Sequences 46 Last User-defined Sequence 47 Sequencer 48 Store Condition Fields 50 Level Number 51 After Condition 52 if / Or if / Restart Conditions 53 Times 55 Goto 56 Trigger 56 Trigger Words 58 Trigger Word Name 59 Clock Used / Filter Time 60 Base 62 Pattern Fields 62 Input/Output Menu 65 I/O Popup Menus 67 Load New and Settings 68 Save New and Settings 69 Define Autoload 69 Copy File 69 Rename File 70 Delete File 70 Format Disk 70 Timing Display 71 Analyzer Name 73 Time per Division 74 X Position 75 R and S Positions 76 Display Special Functions 77 State/Timing 77 Data Source 77 Y Scale 78 Dial Operation 78 Mode 79 Cursor Difference R-S 80 Displayed Value 80 Label Name 81 Bus Fields 82 Level 83 Polarity Fields 83 Value Fields 83 State Display 85 Analyzer Name 87 Disassembler Switch 88 Y Position 88 R and S Positions 89 Dispiay Special Functions 90 State/Timing 90 Data Source 91 Disassembler Parameters 91 Dial Operation 91 Mode 92 Cursor Difference R-S 93 Label Name 93 Base of the Data 94 Display Special Functions Menu 97 Dispiay Type 98 Coscrolling 99 Sample Number Fields 99 Copy New to Reference 99 Exchange New and Reference 100 Disassembler Parameters Menu 101 Program Context Mode 102 Program Context Mode 102 Program Context Mode 102 Show Data Transfers 103 Restart 104 Synchronization 104 AtY 105 Options 106 Print Menu 107 Print Screen 108 Dump Screen 108 Cancel 108 Acquisition Progress Display 109

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Getting started guide Introduction 5 Exploring the Instrument 9 Front Panel 10 Rear Panel 11 Keyboard 12 Power On 13 Experimenting with Fields 14 Confirmation Fields 15 Pod Field 15 Other Field Types 16 A List Field 16 Connecting Signals to be Measured 17 Summary 19 Timing Acquisition 21 The Purpose of Timing Acquisition 22 A Practical Problem 22 Logic Target PF 8669/20 22 Connecting the Logic Target 23 Setup and Acquisition 23 The Timing Display 24 Specifying Signal Names 25 The Format Menu 26 Measurements 29 Measuring a Time Difference 29 Specifying a Trigger Condition 31 The Trace Menu 32 Menu Areas of the Trace Menu 32 An Example 32 Defining the Events 32 Summary 33 State Acquisition 35 The Purpose of State Acquisition 36 The Problem 36 Connecting the Target 36 Specifying External Clocks 36 Specifying a Trigger Condition 38 Synchronous and Asynchronous Trigger Words 38 Setting Up a Trigger Sequence 39 The State Display 40 Grouping Signals Under a Label 41 Summary 43 Dual Analysis Per Pin (DAPP) Mode 47 Why DAPP? 48 Back to the Practical Problem 48 Connection 48 Setup of the Logic Analyzer 48 Determining the Maximum Clock Speed 50 Summary 51 Use of Microprocessor Disassembly 55 What is a Disassembler? 56 The Problem 57 Connection 57 Setup of the Logic Analyzer 58 Summary 61 Making a Printout 65 Getting Examples from the Disk 67

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Guarantee Statement ii Disclaimer iii Introduction The PM 3580 / PM 3585 Family 1 -2 Dual Analysis Per Pin Architecture 1*3 Key Features 1 -4 Menus 1-5 Basic Measurement Loop 1 -5 Defauit Set up 1-6 Repetitive Runs 1-6 Disk Facilities 1 -6 Menu Overview 1-7 Manuals 1-7 Accessories 1-10 Switching on the Logic Analyzer 1-10 Overview of the Instrument Front Pane! 2-2 Keyboard 2-3 Rear Panel 2-7 Menu Overview The Menus 3-2 The Menu Bar 3-2 Menu Fields 3-3 The Analyzer Name Field 3-3 Field Types 3-4 The Configuration Menu 3-6 The Format Menu 3-8 Clock and Label Attributes 3-9 The Threshold Level 3-11 Polarity 3-12 The Trace Menu 3-14 Run Definition Area 3-15 Sequencer Area 3-16 Trigger Words Area 3-17 The Display Menus 3-18 The Special Functions Popup Menu 3-20 Time Origin - T0 3-21 The I/O Menu 3-22 The Print Menu 3-24 State Clocks Sampling of State Data 4-2 Example 4-2 Specifying State Clocks 4-2 Clock Qualification 4-3 Example 4-5 Specifying Clock Qualifiers 4-5 Multiple Clocks 4-6 Example 4-6 Maximum Number of Clocks and Qualifiers 4-8 Label Attributes 4-9 Valid for Clock 4-9 Timing Label 4-11 Default Values 4-11 Clock Attributes 4-12 Display on Same Line as 4-12 Qualifier(s) 4-13 Timing Labe! 4-14 Default Values 4-14 Multiplexed Busses 4-14 Example 4-15 Trace Control Trace Control Features 5-3 Kind of Data Stored 5-4 Triggering 5-5 Trigger Point Position 5-5 Pattern Recognition 5-7 Timing Pattern Recognizers 5-7 Timing Words 5-7 Timing Pattern Duration 5-7 Glitch Detector 5-8 Edge Detector 5-9 State Pattern Recognizers 5-10 State Words 5-10 Not State Words 5-11 immediate State Words 5-11 Range Detector 5-12 Not in Range Detector 5-15 State Clocks 5-15 Combinations of Pattern Recognizers 5-16 Specifying Patterns for Recognition 5-17 Recognizer Fields 5-17 Value Entry 5-20 Overlapping Labels 5-21 Ranges 5-21 Sequencer Facilities 5-22 Level Structure 5-23 Creating a Level 5-24 Time-Out Value 5-25 Restart Sequence 5-26 Examples 5-26 Program Flow 5-26 Interrupt Response Time 5-28 Check Minimum Pulse Width 5-29 Check Maximum Pulse Width 5-29 Check Pulse Duration 5-30 Check Pattern Sequence 5-31 Wait for a Pattern Sequence 5-31 One immediate Sequence of Two Patterns 5-32 Two immediate Sequences of Two Patterns 5-33 Separately Trigger State and Timing 5-34 Predefined Sequences 5-35 The Predefined Timing Sequences 5-36 The Predefined State Sequences 5-37 Last User-defined Sequence 5-38 Repetitive Measurements 5-39 Starting Repetitive Measurements 5-39 Terminating Repetitive Measurements 5-39 Repeat Mode Timer 5-41 Analyzing the Data Display Concepts 6-2 Data Source 6-4 Data Type and Form 6-6 Reference Data 6-7 Data Comparison 6-7 Measurement Data Overview 6-8 Time Origin - T0 6-9 Time or Sample Numbers 6-10 Sample Number 0 6-10 Dial Operation 6-11 Viewing Parts of the Measurement Data 6-12 Display Locators 6-14 Measurements (R and S cursors) 6-15 Selecting Labels for Display 6-16 Display of Sequencer Levels 6-17 Waveform Displays 6-18 Dial Movement (Dial Mode) 6-19 X-scale (T/div and S/div) 6-21 Y-scale 6-23 Bus Data 6-23 Waveform Data Representation 6-26 Label Vaiues 6-26 Accumulate Mode 6-27 List Displays 6-28 Dial Movement (Dial Mode) 6-29 List Data Representation 6-30 The Find Function 6-30 'Time” Label 6-31 “Level” Label 6-32 Labet Base 6-32 Disassembly 6-33 Split Screen 6-34 Creating a Split Screen 6-34 Deleting a Window 6-35 Active Window 6-35 Moving Between Windows 6-35 Coscroil 6-36 Disassemblers Disassembly 7-2 Disassembler Packages 7-2 Microprocessor Adapters 7-2 Loading a Disassembler 7-3 Disassembler Setup 7-3 Instruction Representation 7-5 Instruction Mnemonics 7-5 Operand Field 7-5 Disassembler Parameters 7-6 Display Options 7-7 Translation Options 7-9 Activating/Deactivating the Disassembler 7-10 Probing The Pod System 8-2 Front Ends 8-2 Probe Impedance 8-3 Pod Cable 8-3 Standard Front End 8-4 Microprocessor Adapters 8-6 RC Connectors 8-7 Adapter Types 8-7 Disassembler and Setting Files 8-8 RC Connectors 8-9 User Hardware Specifications Floppy Disk Drive 9-2 Centronics Connector 9-3 IEEE-488 Connector 9-4 RS232 Connector 9-5 Video Connector 9-6 Pod Cable Connector 9-7 File Formats Hardcopy File 10-2 Header 10-2 Screen Image 10-2 Safety and Installation Initial Inspection 11-2 Operator Safety 11-3 Safety Precautions 11 -3 Caution and Warning Statements 1 Symbols 11 -4 Impaired Safety Protection 11 -4 Safety Notice 11 -4 Installation 11-6 Working Position 11 -6 Earthing 11-6 Setting the Line Voltage 11 -7 Switching on the Logic Analyzer 11 Setting the Date and Time 11-10 Fluke/Philips Addresses 11-11 U.S.A. 11-24 Utilities Utility Disk 12-2 Setting the Date and Time 12-3 Formatting Disks 12-4 Copying Disks 12-4 Index Microprocessor Support

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