Logger is a very useful
device for test and verification of digital
implemented circuits. using a common interface, a
wide input bus can be attached to the device in its
own clock rate and logging is performed with a
manual or automatic trigger signal. In addition,
user defined input pattern can also in deceive and
applied to the hardware simultaneously. Typical
support clock rates between 70-100 MHZ in 25 or
44-bit busses depending on the quality of the
hardware output buffer.
Logged data is transferred to a PC using a
high-speed USB 2.0 interface with a typical rate of
100-200 Mbps. This efficient interface enables
logging and read-back of a huge amount of data in a
few seconds. This data can then be logged for
comparison or any other user defined process.
Powerful software is developed to control the
logging and read-back processes and for
pre-processing of logged data.