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Open Bench Logic Sniffer with OS X

Posted on Wednesday, September 4th, 2013 in Logic Sniffer by DP

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microtherion writes:

While trying to debug a High Voltage Parallel Programming experiment and trying to get an idea of the state of the 15 or so signals involved, I decided I had outgrown the ability of my Bus Pirate (which works quite nicely as a logic analyzer, but is limited to 5 channels, 4096 samples at 1MHz, and very simple triggers).  I decided on an Open Bench Logic Sniffer, made by the same people as the Bus Pirate, and working with the same logic analyzer clients.

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One Response to “Open Bench Logic Sniffer with OS X”

  1. Yoshi says:

    Dude, that’s what I really wanted!! Awesome!!

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