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Sigrok: Open source logic analyzer client

Posted on Friday, May 21st, 2010 in Bus Pirate, logic analyzer, utilities by Ian

We previously posted the Sigrok open source logic analyzer client.  They’ve done a lot of work and it now supports the Saleae Logic, EE Electronics XLA/ESLA100, and ASIX SIGMA. Open Logic Sniffer support is in progress, which will enable Bus Pirate support at the same time.

The Logic Sniffer is $45, including worldwide shipping. The Bus Pirate is available at Seeed Studio and Adafruit Industries.

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