Workshop Update for January 22nd, 2013

Posted on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013 in Workshop Update by DP


Today we worked on the Bus Pirate future version development. We’re trying to incorporate the Logic Shrimp v2 method of recording signals to the Bus Pirate. This new project extends Bus Pirate’s features into recording and replaying protocol signals and more.

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5 Responses to “Workshop Update for January 22nd, 2013”

  1. AMS says:

    Any thoughts on putting some basic ESD/overload protection on the I/O lines? A few resistors, TVS and/or polyfuses would go a long way towards saving them from dumb mistakes and riding around in backpacks. (I’m starting on a mod of the BPv4 but have been sidetracked by trasferring everything to KiCAD).

  2. Electronic Eel says:

    What kind of ISP connector is that on the new BP layout? I’ve seen the ISPtouch concept posted here a few weeks ago and I know the TagConnect products. But this seems to be something different.

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