However, logic analyzers interpret the voltage measurements only as either above or below a predetermined voltage threshold. Voltages above the threshold are considered a logic 1 while voltages measured below the threshold are considered a logic 0. Then, with the aid of a clock signal, a stream of digital bits can be decoded.
The large number of features make the DSLogic Logic Analyzer the most outstanding tool in its class. Firstly, with 3 different models available ranging in price from $149.00 to $399.00, one can purchase an affordable logic analyzer with the features they need. Secondly, every model comes with a 3-year warranty.
Thirdly, a CNC metal case protects all DSLogic analyzers, providing both strength and EMF noise resistance. Lastly, with up to 32 channels, 1GHz sample rate, 16Gb stream buffer, 2Gb memory buffer, and protocol triggering, the DSLogic performs as well as any expensive Mixed Signal Oscilloscope (MSO).