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Open bench logic sniffer tutorial

Posted on Thursday, June 9th, 2011 in how-to, logic analyzer by SQKYbeaver

The longhorn Engineer

I was so impressed by the Open Bench Logic Sniffer that I had to make a little mini review detailing its features.

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One Response to “Open bench logic sniffer tutorial”

  1. Kunal says:

    Hi, Could you please clarify how to set voltage threshold levels in open bench logic analyzer.
    Thanks and regards

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