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Question asked by latech on Nov 13, 2012
Latest reply on Nov 26, 2012 by algoss
I was wondering if the Agilent E5339A probe would be able to capture higher voltages than
the ones inside its -3V..+3V voltage threshold range possibly with the help of the used logical analyzer.

I would also want to know if you could remap the signals, including the ground pads, captured 
from a Mictor or Samtec PCB test connector footprint. I know that there are FPGA dynamic probe
systems from Altera and Xilinx, e.g. B4655A and B4656A, but I would like to know if I can do this manually 
using the Logic Analyzer.