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The 318 has 16 channels with 50 MHz maximum clock speed and 256-word memory, with a glitch capture function on all channels.
 
The 318 has 16 channels with 50 MHz maximum clock speed and 256-word memory, with a glitch capture function on all channels.
The standard probes are the [[P6451]] (4 pieces) and [[P6107]] (trigger/serial).
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The standard probes are the [[P6451]] (2 pieces) and [[P6107]] (trigger/serial).
  
 
Model '''318S1''' adds an [[RS-232 interface]], nonvolatile memory, and a serial state analysis function (5 to 9 bits/char, asynchronous or synchronous, two continuous word recognizers, 50 to 19.2K baud; binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal, ASCII, or EBCDIC display).
 
Model '''318S1''' adds an [[RS-232 interface]], nonvolatile memory, and a serial state analysis function (5 to 9 bits/char, asynchronous or synchronous, two continuous word recognizers, 50 to 19.2K baud; binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal, ASCII, or EBCDIC display).

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Tektronix 318
16 channel logic analyzer
Tektronix 318

Produced from 1984 to ?

Manuals
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Sony/Tektronix 318 and its sister model 338 are keyboard-controlled multifunction portable logic analyzers.

The 318 has 16 channels with 50 MHz maximum clock speed and 256-word memory, with a glitch capture function on all channels. The standard probes are the P6451 (2 pieces) and P6107 (trigger/serial).

Model 318S1 adds an RS-232 interface, nonvolatile memory, and a serial state analysis function (5 to 9 bits/char, asynchronous or synchronous, two continuous word recognizers, 50 to 19.2K baud; binary, octal, decimal, hexadecimal, ASCII, or EBCDIC display).

Specifications

Probes P6451 (8-channel) and P6107 (trigger/serial)
Number of channels 16 channels
Features
  • RS-232

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Pictures