OpenBench Logic Sniffer ported to Pipistrello LX45

Posted on Monday, September 16th, 2013 in Logic Sniffer by DP


mkarlsson ported the Open Bench Logic Sniffer code to run on Pipistrello LX45:

FYI, I have ported the Demon 3.07 code to Pipistrello LX45 FPGA board with the following changes:

1) The sample buffer size is increased by a factor of 8 from 24kB to 192kB
2) The interface is changed to serial (Pipistrello uses a FTDI 2232H High-speed USB chip)
3) The baud rate is increased from 115200 to 921600 to reduce the data upload time
4) The meta data has changed to indicated Pipistello implementation

I believe this is the largest buffer size of any of the “SUMP” implementations. It runs great with the latest JaWi OLS Java client.

Via the forum.

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3 Responses to “OpenBench Logic Sniffer ported to Pipistrello LX45”

  1. ken says:

    Hmm…200MHz sampling.

    A Pipistrello LX45 is $150:

    Still need probes (not sure where to get them) for a logic analyzer…

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