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Logic Sniffer client 0.96 beta 3 is released

Posted on Tuesday, June 26th, 2012 in logic analyzer, Logic Sniffer by DP

Jawi made excellent strides with the cross-platform client for the Logic Sniffer. Last week v0.96 beta 3 was released. The latest release features an improved UI, as well as dual/quad mode SPI decoding.

Most of the UI repainting bugs should be squatted by now (at least the most annoying ones ;)), and some small improvements in the look and feel have been made. Also extended the keyboard/mouse control a bit, see this wiki page for the current bindings and additional information.

With the help of TitanMKD, the SPI decoder tool is now also able to decode dual/quad mode SPI (aka SPIFI). An initial attempt to a Manchester decoding tool is also added, which should work but might need some additional attention before fully usable…

Thanks Jawi! Via the forum.

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One Response to “Logic Sniffer client 0.96 beta 3 is released”

  1. 7 says:

    the manchester decoding would be a very great addition! I am looking for that on Lecroy oscilloscopes and they have none (as far as i know).

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