Recommended logic analyzer/scope tools? (was: RL02 write faults, fixed it! Another cable mistake)
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Fri Jan 6 14:53:19 CST 2006
In article <447524F844B59D48B8F7AE7F560935EE02CE2288 at OVL-EXBE01.ocevenlo.oce.net>,
"Gooijen, Henk" <henk.gooijen at oce.com> writes:
> Yes, working your way through the schematics, actually measuring the
> signals, makes you "learn" how something works - in detail!
> I know a little more about the M7859 11/34 console than I did, say
> 2 months ago ...
So what would y'all recommend for logic analyzer/oscilloscope type
tools that are useful for vintage computing (i.e. their max
bandwidth/speed can be slower than needed for current tech) that are
I know Tektronix and HP are major manufacturers in this area, but I
would know what to get. *Lots* of these items go up for auction via
government liquidation at the local Hill AFB, so if I know what I'm
looking for I should be able to eventually get something by low-bidding.
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