68000 logic analyzer

Recalcitrant hardware. Gotta fix it. It has a 8MHz Motorola 68000 in it.

Any suggestions as to good logic analyzers with 68000 suport? Budget is kinda tight.



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Older hardware calls for older test equipment. You can probably find a Tektronix 1240 series on Greed-Bay, or at a ham radio swap meet, with minimal effort.

After that, it's a simple matter to get hold of the EPROM images to make the 68000 mnemonics ROM Pack.

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thanks Sqeeg. I have a Tek 1240 lined up, but I did a web search for variations of "68000 pm203 tek* personality module" and no luck.

Any hints as to where one might find this software ( legally would be nice ) ?



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I'd go for a HP 1630D (or 1630G). I spent many an hour poking into

68k stuff with one. But that was 20 years ago, with the CPU DIP cable, the probe adaptor box, and the disassembler (on a micro-cassette).

See if you can find a G with disk and software.

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If you're just looking to repair hardware and don't need true emulation with breakpoints and all, I'd suggest a Fluke 9010 with a 68000 pod. Figure it'd cost you about $500 to $600 or so on ebay.

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Fluke 9010A with the 68000 pod will do the trick - not a logic analyzer, rather a CPU exorcisor (in most respects. I sell these (blush) and use them all the time in my shop...have the technical manuals on disc as well.

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