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8 Channel USB digital signal generator

Posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 in Development, DIY by DP

 

Dilshan developed a 8 channel USB digital signal generator and an open source Windows application called Kidgo Player to drive it. The hardware is basically just a PIC18F2550 USB breakout board used to provide 8 digital outputs for his software. The Kidgo Player’s source is available on GitHub, and has the following features:

  • Save waveforms and settings as binary file (KDF file) or export waveform as a text file
  • Playback controls such as “Play to segment”, “Play from segment”, “Step back”, “Step next” and “Clear”
  • Shifting and rotating waveforms
  • Invert, Reset, Clocking and Binary Generator functions
  • Copy and Paste waveforms
  • Mute function to each individual channel
  • Launch without any installation or configuration (design to work as portable Windows application)

Via LucaDentella.

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