capture buffer


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capture buffer

A reserved area in memory for holding incoming data. See capture and buffer.
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It allows users to create multiple capture buffers and control whether the trace buffers will wrap or stop capturing when full.
The integrated monitoring capability uses a dedicated i960 processor and a 1 MB packet capture buffer, ensuring that packet switching performance is not impacted by network management overhead.
Deep capture buffers -- 72 GBs of DDR3 memory; 36 GBs upstream and 36 GBs downstream
With the SPI interface, configuration options include programmable digital filters offering low-pass and band-pass options, condition monitoring /alarm settings, capture buffers configuration control, and embedded self test control.
The system is designed for line-speed capturing and has twice the maximum capture buffers of other analyzers in the market.