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Debugging the SPI protocol with a Logic Sniffer

Posted on Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 in logic analyzer by DP

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Debugging the SPI on motherboard with the Logic Sniffer.

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One Response to “Debugging the SPI protocol with a Logic Sniffer”

  1. carlospa87 says:

    Anybody know what the blueboard is?

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