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MSP430 LaunchPad 4 channel logic analyzer update

Posted on Thursday, November 1st, 2012 in Logic Shrimp, MSP430 by DP

OPossum already designed a MSP430 LaunchPad logic analyzer based on our Logic Shrimp. In the latest update he decided to follow our lead in changing the 4 23K256 SRAM ICs for a single 23LC1024 IC.

Preliminary design of a 4 channel version using the new 23LC1024 SPI RAM.
Hope to find some time this weekend to build it.

Grab the Logic Shrimp v1 for $35 at Seeed.

Via the forum.

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  1. hak8or says:

    follow our lead in chagrining the <– *changing :P

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