Logic analyzers are known to be slow, complicated and expensive but LogicStudio changes all this by delivering a powerful feature set, high performance hardware and an intuitive point and click user-interface. With timing cursors, history mode, I2C, SPI and UART decoding, powerful triggering and simple navigation the PC is transformed in to an all-in-one debug machine. pair the LogicStudio 16 with a wave jet 300A oscilloscope and debug systems with analog, digital and serial data signals. LogicStudio is fast, waveforms update quickly and panning or zooming is extremely responsive. The software interface is modern and intuitive creating a new logic analyzer experience. For difficult problems a simple edge or logic level trigger is not enough. LogicStudio advanced triggering provides an environment for creating powerful combinations of edge, logic level, parallel bus and serial bus triggers to isolate difficult problems. Use all 16 channels at 500 MS/s or 8 channels at 1 GS/s for more timing resolution. Sample rate: 1GS/s on 8 Ch, 500 Ms/s on 16 Ch. Minimum detectable pulse width: about 3.75 ns. Memory: 40k points on 8 Ch, 20 kpts on 16 Ch. Trigger types: Edge, pattern, pulse width, pattern width. I2C, SPI, UART. Threshold selections: TTL, CMOS(1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5V), User defined. User-defined threshold range: 0-7V. Maximum survivable input voltage +/- 40VDC. Threshold accuracy +/- 150 mV + 5 percent of threshold. Maximum Input dynamic range: 40 V pk-pk. Minimum voltage swing: 500 mVpk-pk. Input impedance: 150k parallel 12pF. Channel-to-channel skew: 1ns typical. Trigger resolution: 500MS/s. Host port: USB 2.0, bus-powered peripheral. Measures 3-3/16" width by 4-57/64" height by 1-3/32" depth.