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Getting Started with a $10 Logic Analyzer using Sigrok and PulseView

[001] Sigrok and Logic Analyzers

[011] USB Debugging with sigrok

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  • down?
    Just bought a 8ch signal analyzer from sparkfun, but has been down for at least a few days. anyone know if this project is still active? Source: over 2 years ago
  • Accurate USB voltmeter suggestions?
    You might look at meters supported by, and the sigrok project (open source datalogging/instrument control.) At least may serve as a starting list to narrow down to what you need. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Tools for Embedded Development and Your Routines as Firmware Engineer
    A USB logic analyzer. A Saleae ( or others that interace to sigrok ( ). The API can be used to automate testing and debugging by accessing onboard registers from your PC. I find it easier to work on a PC than a benchtop logic analyzer - but it depends on the application. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • [Project show case] For my senior design I created an open-source logic analyzer in Verilog and a GUI for it too in Python. Hopefully some of you might find it mildly interesting or useful.
    Nice! Have you considered adding support for your LA to sigrok PulseView? It's a great open-source test equipment GUI and you'd get a lot of neat features for free (like protocol decoding). Source: about 3 years ago
  • I thought I was dying: My apartment was built on toxic waste
    > I can write something about it if there's any interest* That would be great. has support for basic CO2 monitors, maybe it could be extended to support the sensors you mentioned.. - Source: Hacker News / about 3 years ago
  • Equipment for a Home Lab
    Instead of getting a high$ brand name scope, consider something supported by Sigrok ( ). They're writing firmware that will decode a lot of serial formats (I2C, SPI, CAN, etc) that will be useful if you get into intermodule communications. Installing and using different firmware is also good practice. Source: over 3 years ago

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