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Simple 50+ kHz logic analysis with ATtiny2313 and FTDI friend

Posted on Tuesday, September 24th, 2013 in logic analyzer by DP

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Joonas Pihlajamaa over at Code and Life  writes:

While banging my head against the wall with debugging my PS/2 keyboard thingy, I really wished I had a dedicated logic analyzer (preferably with PS/2 decoder, but even raw binary data would’ve been fine). So I decided to try out a long hatched idea – combine an ATtiny2313 and FTDI for some unlimited-length logic capturing with a PC.

For project details visit Joonas’ blog.

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