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Open source logic analyzer software

Posted on Friday, July 2nd, 2010 in logic analyzer by Ian

We woke up in a strange world where everyone knew about a new logic analyzer frontend for the Logic Sniffer, except us.

LogicAnalyzer is a framework as well as an application to operate a PC based logic analyzer. It’s built using the Eclipse RCP and designed with extensibiliy in mind. Integrating devices, providing tools or creating completely new functionality is easy.

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