Logic Analyzer is a software component in DSP System Toolbox™, and is one in a set of multichannel streaming scopes. Engineers use Logic Analyzer to visualize, measure, and analyze transitions and states over time for multichannel signals or streaming data. The tool is used during simulation with MATLAB® and Simulink®.
With Logic Analyzer, engineers examine system behavior by analyzing multiple waveforms, timing information, and states in a customized window display or scope. The logic analyzer shows digital and analog signals for the input and output characteristics of a mixed-signal system. This analysis is also helpful when debugging models targeted for HDL implementation on FPGA, ASIC, or SoC ARM® Cortex® boards.
Logic Analyzer in DSP System Toolbox provides several properties and features including:
For more information on Logic Analyzer, see DSP System Toolbox documentation.
Top left: Visualizing multiwaveform types including digital and analog signals of an FIR subsystem HDL model implementation.
Top right: Utilizing waveform groups to analyze an LTE OFDM modulator and detector.
Bottom right: Measuring the amount of time between pixel control bus horizontal start signals from Vision HDL Toolbox™.
Bottom left: Single-precision floating-point data types displayed as analog waveforms for a field-oriented control design.