I'm going to be helping with some embedded work and will likely need a scope and at least 16 channels for logic analyzer (prefer 24 since that is the address bus of the processor). My suggestion was the HP (Agilent?) 54622D, but then I saw the budget (sucks). So, can anyone suggest low cost instruments that you have had good experience with? Used is fine. I'm aware of some of the PC instruments, but have not had experience with anything other than Tek and HP/Agilent (and would love to keep it that way).
Scope specs: * Two or more channels. * 60 MHz (or better) analog equivalent bandwidth (or better) per ch. * External trigger (yes, goes without saying, but...) * Prefer digital, but analog ok Logic ana.: * 16 or more channels * 10 nS * 4 KB min. depth.