Equipment information:

Gould K100-D Logic Analyzer
Manufacturer:
Gould
Model: K100-D
Date: 1980
Category: Measurement instruments
Group: Logic Analyzer
Description: Digital Logic Analyzer
Information:
                                    The Model K100-D Logic Analyzer was designed to provide
the utmost in performance and versatility for the digital
designer and troubleshooter; i.e., it can be considered
to be a true benchmark tool. It serves as both a time
domain (data recorded asynchronously), and a data domain
analysis tool (data recorded synchronously). The unit
accepts up to 16 logic signals through its active input
probes, and stores these discriminated signals in its
1024 word memory, at sample rates to 100 MHz.

The Model K100-D has comprehensive recording and
display analysis capabilities that enable the user
to perform complex timing and state analysis of his
digital systems. The unit has three distinct features
that make it a useful tool for logic troubleshooting.

First, the signals from the user's system are input
via specially designed hybrid active probes. The input
impedance of each probe is 1 MΩ , 5 pF. The probes
are individual to allow spanning to physically separated
points in the system, and also to provide for convenient
connection at the PC board level. Signal conditioning,
or threshold detection, and buffering of a particular
signal is provided at a point as close as possible to
the user's circuitry. The probe tip, with its accessories,
allows convenient connection to a system. The probes
detect logic spikes or glitches down to 5 ns regardless
of clock rate used.

Second, the instrument can clock at rates to 100 MHz
allowing timing measurements on up to 16 signals,
with a 10 ns time resolution. A relatively long memory,
1024 words, allows precise timing measurements over longer
intervals of time. The performance of the active probes
complement this high-speed recording capability.

Third, the instrument uses a microprocessor linked
to a front keyboard for instrument control. Comprehensive
display prompting is used to make it easy to set up
the unit for desired recording and display formats.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Gould -- K100-D -- Service and User Manual
File name: Gould-4210-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: Service and User Manual
Pages: 155
Size: 10.20 Mbytes (10698838 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 0112-0102
Date: 15 February 1980
Quality: Scanned document, reading partly badly, partly not readable.
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Information:
General Information
1.1	Certification	1
1.2	Warranty	1
1.3	Description	1
1.4	Specifications	3
Installation		
2.1	Introduction	5
2.2	Unpacking and Inspection	5
2.3	Storage and Shipment	5
2.4	Power Connection	5
2.5	Preparation for Use	5
2.6	Initial Warm-up	6
Operation		
3.1	Introduction	8
3.2	Front Panel Controls and Inputs	8
3.3	Rear Panel Inputs and Outputs	20
3.4	Set-up Procedure and	21

Operation
Principles of Operation
4.1	Introduction	26
4.2	Basic General Description	26
4.3	Detailed Description	29
4.4	Front End	41
4.5	Record Control	48
4.6	Record Memory	58
4.7	Threshold	64
4.8	Front Panel and Keyboard	67
4.9	Probes	67
4.10	Regulator	69
4.11	CRT Display	70
Calibration Procedures		
5.1	Recalibration of Internal Circuits	74
5.2	Required Test Equipment	74
5.3	Calibration of Raster Scan Display	74
5.4	Power Supply Adjustments	77
5.5	Threshold Adjustments	77
5.6	Record Memory Adjustments	78
5.7	Special Precautions	80
Maintenance		
6.1	Introduction	81
6.2	Diagnostic Routine and Indications	81
6.3	Required Test Equipment	87
6.4	Diagnostic and Troubleshooting
        Procedures	87
Gould-4210-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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