Tips, Tools and Applications for the Electronic Industry in Europe

How to Analyze USB 2.0 Bus and Current/Voltage

Posted on 2013/09/16 by George

As USB devices continue to grow in number and complexity, developers need their monitoring and analysis tools to keep pace. The Beagle USB 480 Power Protocol Analyzer enables your competitive edge with its unique, powerful features and a price that is a fraction of competing equipment.

The Beagle USB 480 Power Protocol Analyzer – Ultimate Edition enables VBUS current and voltage measurement within our industry-leading Data Center software.

The enhanced USB 2.0 advanced triggering, extra-large hardware buffer, and one-click correlation of voltage and current measurement to protocol-level activity ensures that engineers can take advantage of our unique real-time data analysis and display, enabling them to easily debug the functionality of their embedded systems while also optimizing the power profile of their applications.

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How to create complex match and trigger output for USB 2.0 analysis

Posted on 2013/08/19 by George

Watch this step-by-step demonstration and learn how to set a multi-state USB 2.0 complex match and trigger an external output with the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer.

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What is a SPI interface adapter and why use it?

Posted on 2013/07/22 by George

This presentation shows the benefits of using a SPI - and other serial protocol - interface from PC to access, test and debug digital embedded systems such as digital ICs. It presents Byte Paradigm's SPI Storm host adapter.

Learn more about this SPI adapter at The LAB eShop.

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Oscium's Logic Analyzer for iPad, iPhone and iPod

Posted on 2013/07/15 by George

Here we're having a little fun introducing the 100MHz logic analyzer designed specifically for iPhone, iPad or iPod. Not only is this the most sexy logic analyzer available, it's intended to inspire our inventor customer. Our goal is to make your life easier and with LogiScope we're delivering a truly intuitive interface. This logic analyzer is so powerful, you can count the hair on your bug...

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A complete set of industry leading SPI development tools and popular accessories

Posted on 2013/05/30 by George

The SPI Development Kit from Total Phase is a comprehensive and cost-effective kit that bundles together a complete set of Total Phase's industry-leading SPI development tools and popular accessories.

With this kit, developers can:

  • Exercise target devices on an SPI bus as a master device.
  • Simulate an SPI master or slave device.
  • Program and verify SPI-based Flash devices.
  • Passively monitor an SPI bus in real-time with bit-level timing down to 20 ns.

Both beginners and advanced developers will appreciate the convenience and value of the kit for developing and debugging an SPI bus on an embedded system.

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Update your Zeroplus Logic Analyzer software and get 24 Protocol Decodes Free of Charge!

Posted on 2013/05/08 by George

If you are a current user of the LAP-C series logic analyzer from Zeroplus then you have a great opportunity to update your PC analyzing software in order to open up for 24 more protocol decodes, truly free.

Simply download the software package here and install.

Here is what you will get:

  • 1-WIRE
  • CAN 2.0B
  • SSI Interface
  • LCD1602
  • 3-WIRE
  • USB 1.1
  • I2C(EEPROM 24L)
  • JTAG 2.0
  • PS/2
  • SPI Compatible(Atmel Memory)
  • I2C(EEPROM 24LCS61/24LCS62)

Don't have one yet? Learn more and get one here

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How to transform your iPad or iPhone into an 100MHz logic analyzer

Posted on 2013/04/03 by George

We have seen a lot of application for iPad and iPhones but have you ever seen a logic analyzer before?

This introductory video shows how easy your iPad transforms into an 100MHz, 16 channels logic analyzer with advanced triggering!

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Presentation: How to Generate Digital Input Stimulus…

Posted on 2013/03/05 by George

Digital input stimulus generation is system analysis’ counterpart. When going to ‘real hardware’ prototype early in the design cycle of your embedded system, a digital stimulus source allows emulating the missing parts of your embedded system.

What is a digital pattern generator?

A digital pattern generator is an essential stimulus source for almost every type of digital device: digital and mixed-signal ASIC, FPGA, microprocessors and microcontrollers. The digital pattern generator can be used early in the design cycle to substitute for system components that are not yet available.

Because nowadays circuits use digital interfaces that may run at more than a few 10th of megahertz, the old way to do it with microcontrollers coupled with a GPIO is not practicable any more. By substituting for missing pieces and offering maximal flexibility when generating digital logic signals, digital pattern generators speed up new product’s time-to-market.

The digital pattern generator is an effective solution just about anywhere that complex digital bit streams are needed to stimulate a device under test (DUT).

Click through the presentation below and learn more about this new methodology...

Byte Paradigms powerful PC-based digital pattern generators easily tackle most stimulus-and-response testing scenarios.

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