You know, if you just want to play and learn with one, I'll bet you
could do something straight with Arduino. If you're analyzing something
like a 555 circuit at audio frequencies this might be sufficient.
Couple that with Processing and add a couple of traces to the graph
On 10/21/2012 06:37 AM, Bill French wrote:
> Yeah, just to be clear, i would guess it would work "stand alone" but it's
> really designed to fit on an arduino and sniff those signals. The
> xprotolab device looks cool.
> Lots of folks have and like the Saleae analyzers:
> They are more expensive but quite luxurious.
> On Friday, October 19, 2012 10:14:49 AM UTC-4, Eric B. wrote:
>> Anyone familiar with this item?
>> Has anyone ever seen or used one, and if so would it be a good, cheap LA
>> p.s. thanks again for the interesting Arduino class last weekend was
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