wow... even though both hardware/software may be good, honestly spending 500 USD sounds a bit extreme given the context. not to mention that i'm not even sure i'll be capable of using it anyway
That's the Saleae Logic, I've got one and they are great, no analog though.______Rob
Quotewow... spending 500 USD sounds a bit extreme given the context.That is nothing for a quality instrument, it won't even get you a decent scope. I spent £10,000 on a logic analiser (at work) when I lived in a house that cost me £8,000.
wow... spending 500 USD sounds a bit extreme given the context.
QuoteThat's the Saleae Logic, I've got one and they are great, no analog though.Correct, but the original question was for a logic analyzer to monitor USB data exchanges so the Saleae logic would be his cheapest option.
That's the Saleae Logic, I've got one and they are great, no analog though.
so will Saleae be able to understand/capture/decode raw usb frames ?
USB Low Layer Protocol The integrated USB driver of the xxxxxxxxxxx device emulates a RS232 serial port.The xxxxxxxxxxx device is processed as a Communication Device Class (CDC), in accordance with the "USB Device Class Specifications, version 2.0" available from the http://www.usb.org/ web site, in "developers, document" section.The xxxxxxxxxxx device use the full speed transfer rate 12 Mbits/s, and is compatible with USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 Host Systems or hubs.
You can get a Saleae Logic clone for $50, I'm talking about the Mini Logic on iTead Studio