D.3.2. Logic analyzer connector

Figure D.6 and Table D.6 show the pinout of the Mictor connector J4. You can use this connector to monitor PCI signals on the backplane.

Note

Agilent, formerly HP, and Tektronix label these connectors differently, but the assignments of signals to physical pins is appropriate for both systems and pin 1 is always in the same place.

Figure D.6. AMP Mictor connector J4

AMP Mictor connector J4

Table D.6. Mictor connector pinout J4

ChannelPinPinChannel
NC12NC
GND34NC
PCI_CLKE56NC
PCI_nIRDY 78NC
PCI_nTDRY 910NC
PCI_nINTD 1112NC
PCI_nINTC 1314SYSTEM_nRESET
PCI_nINTB 1516PCI_PAR64
PCI_nINTA 1718PCI_nSERR
PCI_nGNTC 1920PCI_nPERR
PCI_nGNTB 2122PCI_nACK64
PCI_nGNTA 2324PCI_nREQ64
PCI_nREQC 2526PCI_M66EN
PCI_nREQB 2728PCI_nRST
PCI_nREQA 2930PCI_nSTOP
SPARE4 3132PCI_nDEVSEL
SPARE33334PCI_nFRAME
SPARE23536PCI_nLOCK
SPARE1 3738PCI_PAR

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