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Logic Sniffer: Demon Core v6

Posted on Wednesday, February 9th, 2011 in FPGA, logic analyzer by Ian

Dogsbody released v6 of the Verilog core for the Logic Sniffer, codename “Demon Core”. Try it with Jawi’s latest 0.9.3.1 client software:

Feb 8 Edit: Release6. Removed inclusive-RLE mode, since breaks older clients and is no longer used by Jawi’s. Also fixed 24-bit RLE counts. Note: Please be sure to use Jawi’s 0.9.3 release (or newer)!

Via the forum!

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One Response to “Logic Sniffer: Demon Core v6”

  1. George Gallant says:

    The Logic Sniffer is working quite well. Would like to add a couple high speed a/d ports to it. Unable to locate the latest Verilog code. Browser spends a long time trying to connect to the SVN and then quits.

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