Since our "Realtime Trace Tool" (RTS) has a logic analyzer built into the tool as part of it's "snapshot" verification system (a snapshot is taken and analyzed with every trace before moving it from RAM), a wealth of experience has been accumulated with high end analyzers. Although an Agilent analyzer was typically installed within the tool, significant time was also spent with Tektronics analyzers as well.
Besides the typical achievments of mastering the various trigger and storing techniques, a significant amount of time was
also spent on remote and automated control, networking, and storage of data from the analyzers. This also involved analysis of the
internal architecture of the analyzers.