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Logic Sniffer 16-bit input buffer wing back in stock

Posted on Tuesday, August 27th, 2013 in logic analyzer by DP

Logic Sniffer 16-bit input buffer is back in stock at Seeed Studio. This accessory buffers the extra 16 I/O bits on the ‘wing’ header.

The Open Logic Sniffer buffer wing in stock and shipping now for $15.

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3 Responses to “Logic Sniffer 16-bit input buffer wing back in stock”

  1. Peter says:

    Disclaimer: I have zero FPGA experience. I do have a logic sniffer though.

    I often only use one or two channels and would find a longer recording time very useful. On the logic sniffer hardware description page, I see mention of adding external RAM in the next design iteration. I ask this out of interest (and some ignorance): would it be possible to hang a SRAM or DRAM where this wing would usually go? I understand the bitstream would have to be rewritten to take advantage of this but I was wondering if these 16 I/O pins were capable of driving any kind of RAM at the speeds necessary for a logic probe. I would even sacrifice some top speed sampling rate for the functionality.

  2. luftek says:

    Can Logic Shrimp do RLE (run length encoding)??
    Use it on OLS! I my set of data it extends visible window by 10x.

    But still would be a great addition to have more RAM (for under 50MHz)

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