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Logic Sniffer back in stock at Seeed

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

The Logic Sniffer is back in stock at Seeed Studio. The Open Bench Logic Sniffer is an open source logic analyzer. It's designed to support the SUMP logic analyzer software at the lowest possible cost. Get a Logic Sniffer for $50, with free worldwide shipping.

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Reverse engineering wireless pro studio lighting

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Richard Webb just finished an article on reverse engineering the wireless protocol used to communicate with some pro studio lighting. His approach involves sniffing the SPI bus into the lighting controller's RF module using the Open Bench Logic Sniffer to obtain preliminary addressing information, then used an nRF24L01+ module in...

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Logic Sniffer back in stock at Seeed

Thursday, September 25th, 2014

The Logic Sniffer is back in stock at Seeed Studio. The Open Bench Logic Sniffer is an open source logic analyzer. It's designed to support the SUMP logic analyzer software at the lowest possible cost. Get a Logic Sniffer for $50, with free worldwide shipping.

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Yet another laser cut Open Bench Logic Sniffer case

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

  Yet another laser cut Open Bench Logic Sniffer case by builttospec: This one is a bit thinner thanks to the use of brass inserts and 0.06" acryic for the board layer. The PCB is nice and secure and the buttons are easily accessable without the use of a paper...

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Yet another Logic Sniffer case

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

@0x2B2B tweeted, “Case for my OLS, laser cut at @RazorLAB. Design file in post 2byt, make your own! Why the case? Well, being the fan of OSS/OSH (that’s; Open Source Hardware :) that I am, this was a nice, affordable entry into the market of Logic Analysers. It’s always great...

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Logic Sniffer back in stock at Seeed

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

The Logic Sniffer is back in stock at Seeed Studio. The Open Bench Logic Sniffer is an open source logic analyzer. It's designed to support the SUMP logic analyzer software at the lowest possible cost. Get a Logic Sniffer for $50, with free worldwide shipping.

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Logic Sniffer back in stock at Seeed

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

The Logic Sniffer is back in stock at Seeed Studio. The Open Bench Logic Sniffer is an open source logic analyzer. It's designed to support the SUMP logic analyzer software at the lowest possible cost. Get a Logic Sniffer for $50, with free worldwide shipping.

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OpenBench Logic Sniffer ported to Pipistrello LX45

Monday, September 16th, 2013

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...

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Open Bench Logic Sniffer with OS X

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

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...

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Cross platform Open Logic Sniffer client 0.9.6 final released

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Jawi continues to make excellent progress with the cross-platform Open Logic Sniffer client. Version 0.9.6 final is out. Check out the change log below. New signal display component in place, with most of the long-promised functionality now in place; new default look and feel, thanks to Marius Jonsson; allow OLS...

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WORKSHOP VIDEO #28: Exploring the serial port

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6grUGkShWJE[/embed] While USB is all around us, the humble (virtual) serial port is still everywhere. Today we explore the serial interface on the Infrared Toy, Bus Pirate, and Logic Sniffer. See a demonstration of the binary interfaces and commands normally used only by software utilities. Grab some terminal software like Tera...

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Logic Sniffer client 0.96 beta 3 is released

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Jawi made excellent strides with the cross-platform client for the Logic Sniffer. Last week v0.96 beta 3 was released. The latest release features an improved UI, as well as dual/quad mode SPI decoding. Most of the UI repainting bugs should be squatted by now (at least the most annoying ones...

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AVR performance monitoring using the Open Bench Logic Sniffer

Wednesday, June 13th, 2012

Alan wanted to check out just how much performance he could squeeze out of the ATMega328P. He needed was a way to measure the amount of time the CPU actually uses while executing various tasks. Using the Logic Sniffer to read a pin, that he toggles ON when the CPU...

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Laser cut case for the Logic Sniffer and the Buffer Wing

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

PariahZero laser cut some black Delrin plastic to build a case for the Logic Sniffer. He also designed a detachable case for the Buffer Wing. If you are interested in the source SVG files for laser cutting, contact him in the forum. I've used laser-cut 0.125" black Delrin plastic; I...

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Measuring hexacopter rotor speed with Logic Sniffer

Friday, January 20th, 2012

Philip Peter has made a somewhat unconventional use of the Open Bench Logic Sniffer. Recently we suspected that one motor of our hexacopter had been damaged in a crash. Since removing the motor requires almost the complete disassembly of the copter I started thinking of ways to test the motor...

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