Re: Logic Analyzer Recommendations?

Kevin Oconnor

Hi Richard,
First, how much do you want to spend?
What logic levels do you want to work with?
How many channels do you need?
What protocols do you want to use?
You can buy a new logic analyzer for many $K. Or you can buy a used HP or Tek dedicated box that's 10, 20 or 30 years old that supports 1980's protocols. Or you can buy a new USB based unit like a $600 Saleae 16 channel Pro that decodes modern protocols. Or you can buy a $50 Saleae logic 16 channel nockoff that suits many users and supports the same modern protocols.

Join to automatically receive all group messages.