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The Ant18e logic analyzer is compact, easy to use, powerful, and inexpensive. The Ant18e features high speed data acquisition, state (synchronous) and timing (asynchronous) acquisition modes, Trigger-In and Trigger-Out connections, and a user-level programming interface.
In addition, the Ant18e offers very high speed (1000MHz) operation, a deep acquisition memory, transition sampling, and frequency and event counting.
- Ultra-portable - fits in a pocket
- Powered from USB port - no additional power supply required
- 18 Channels, 8K acquisition memory depth typically accomodating 50,000 samples, depending on channel activity. At low activity levels, the acquisition memory holds hundreds of millions of samples.
- 1GHz asynchronous (timing) sampling speed
- 100MHz synchronous (state) sampling speed
- Transition sampling
- Trigger In and Trigger Out connections
- 18 500MHz Frequency, Period, and Event counters - one on each channel
- Applications run on any recent version of Windows
- Simple or Complex triggering
- Free user-level programming interface software
- Software upgradeable
- View captured traces on the display of your PC
Control Panel Software
- Familiar Windows interface
- Can drive a local Ant18e or a network-attached Ant18e
- Data saved as plain text or in CSV format
- Step-by-step instrument setup and trigger setup
- Upgradeable via the internet
Click here to download and evaluate the Ant control panel software.
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A free software package allows the user to write programs to control an Ant18e. The Ant18e can be attached to the same computer, or it can be controlled over a local network, or even controlled across the Internet.
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- USB socket. Either a USB socket on the PC or a socket on a powered USB Hub
- Windows 98, ME, 2000, or XP
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Please note that the Ant18e is high-performance test equipment. It is designed for users who are familiar with electronic design and debugging, and familiar with the usual safety precautions when working with electronic equipment.