Looking for the Tek 465 of Logic Analysers

Eric Smith spacewar at gmail.com
Sat Jun 13 01:17:30 CDT 2015

On Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 4:18 PM, Sean Caron <scaron at umich.edu> wrote:
> * Generally anything the "C" can do, the "B" can do and vice versa.

The 16500C can accept the 16533A and 16534A DSO options, while the
16500B cannot.

The 16500A, B, C, 16600 series, 16700 series, and 16900 series each
support different subsets of the plug-in modules.  The 16700 doesn't
support any of the early 16500 series plug-ins, and the 16900 doesn't
support *any* of the 16500 plugins, nor the early 16700 plugins.

The details are in a table:

It's a shame that they didn't offer a CPU upgrade for the 16700/16702.
It has a 150 MHz PA-RISC, which is a step up from the 68030 of the
16500C, but is still frustratingly slow.

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