LogicBoost 6 Channel Logic Analyzer free PCB build

Posted on Wednesday, November 21st, 2012 in builds by DP

Hlipka blogged about his free LogicBoost 6 Channel Logic Analyzer PCB build:

Thanks to the FreePCB drawer, I got my hands on a LogicBoost board. I got it build up last weekend, and after discovering that I need to swap RX and TX on my launchpad it worked without problems (it’s a 1.3 version which doesn’t work with the hardware UART ouf-of-the-box). I have written up a blog post about it, with more detail of the build and some pictures.

Via the forum.

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