1. Intronix logic analyzer channels correlate as follows:
||Agilent Odd probe D[15..0] = Intronix D[15..0]
Agilent Even probe D[15..0] = Intronix D[31..16]
Agilent Odd probe CLK = Intronix CLK1
Agilent Even probe CLK = Intronix CLK2
(Replace Odd or Even with actual probe number used, e.g. probe 1 is
||Tektronix probe x0:[7..0] = Intronix D[7..0]
Tektronix probe x1:[7..0] = Intronix D[15..8]
Tektronix probe x2:[7..0] = Intronix D[23..16]
Tektronix probe x3:[7..0] = Intronix D[31..24]
Tektronix CLK:0 = Intronix CLK2
Tektronix CLK:1 = Intronix CLK1
(Replace x with actual probe used, e.g. A0:[7..0] is part of
2. Agilent documentation uses the AMP
Mictor pin numbering convention, while Tektronix
uses a different convention. The Mictor pin numbers shown here use the AMP
assignments shown here have been translated to the AMP convention, so they may
to match Tektronix documentation (though the physical connections are
correct). The MA134A is
compatible with target systems using either convention.
3. Pins 1-4 are special function pins for Agilent emulators only. Tektronix recommends
connecting these pins to ground. Agilent says not to connect these pins at all. We
recommend leaving them open because Agilent connects power and signals to these pins. The MA134A
brings these pins out to solder pads P1 through P4 which can be used as you see fit.
4. Pins 39-43 are the large ground pins in the center of the Mictor. Be sure to
connect all of these pins directly to the ground plane in the target system for best performance.
5. Pin numbers for the 40 pin input header used by Intronix logic analyzers (shown for reference only).
to change without notice