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Logic analyzer client roundup

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

The most recent documentation is now on the wiki There are now several open source logic analyzer clients that speak the SUMP protocol, the most popular open logic analyzer protocol currently in use. They should all be compatible with the Logic Sniffer, the Bus Pirate, and the USB Infrared toy....

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Open source logic analyzer software

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

We woke up in a strange world where everyone knew about a new logic analyzer frontend for the Logic Sniffer, except us. LogicAnalyzer is a framework as well as an application to operate a PC based logic analyzer. It’s built using the Eclipse RCP and designed with extensibiliy in mind....

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