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Using a Logic Analyzer 🚧

Unlike an oscilloscope, a logic analyzer only measures the voltage levels of digital signals.

The way a logic analyzer measures and analyzes signals is different from an oscilloscope. Instead of measuring analog details, a logic analyzer detects logic threshold levels. It only looks for two logic levels: when the input is above the threshold voltage (threshold), the level is called high or 1; when the level is below the threshold, it is called low or 0. When the logic analyzer samples the input, it outputs 0 or 1 based on the signal level relative to the voltage threshold.

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