Posts Tagged ‘update’

Getting back to you today!

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Sorry for the delay, there are 300 read-but-not-replied emails that came in during the Shenzhen trip last. Today is all about getting that backlog cleared, at least until FedEx drops off the next batch of toys - then it's video time!

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Posted in #liveupdates | 1 Comment »

WARNING: Out of stock free PCBs will be removed from the drawer

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

We would like to warn anyone that ordered free PCBs, that are now out of stock, that they will soon be removed from our free PCB drawer. Download the documentation while the links are still available. Documentation will still be available on our wiki, but it might be more difficult...

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Posted in News, PCBs | 13 Comments »

AVR-based PIC programmer update

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Fezoj made some updates to the user interface of his AVR-based PIC programmer. The project supports the PIC24F microcontrollers used in the Bus Pirate. There's still lots of work to be done on this project, so if you'd like to contribute join the discussion in the forum.

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New beta release of the OLS client

Monday, November 28th, 2011

Jawi has been working hard on the Logic Sniffer OLS client. After the first beta release two issues were identified and fixed. He is now proceeding with the second beta release. If you'd like to help out, please download and test the OLS client for the Logic Sniffer. Via the...

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Posted in logic analyzer, open source | 1 Comment »

Bus Pirate demoboard v5a update changelog

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

We made a few updates to the Bus Pirate demoboard v5 since the soldering video we posted yesterday. In version 5a we added: A 3.3V pin to the ADC_IN header, to easily connect the AIN pin to 3.3V with a jumper. A Diode D1 to separate the high programing voltage...

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Bus Blaster v2 development

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

We got a big box of PCBs from Seeed this week. This is an update of the Bus Blaster (in test production now) with a CPLD instead of discrete logic buffer chips. The CPLD is connected to the secondary JTAG B port of the ft2232. This should make it like...

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Posted in Bus Blaster, Development | 4 Comments »

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