The Colorado Springs Embedded Systems Meetup Group Message Board › Lower cost digital debugging tools - What's in you homebrew toolbox?
|Craig H. Anderson||
I'm just getting into Microcontroller projects and went looking for debugging tools:
If I go very far with this I imagine a logic analyzer will be useful.
Debugging hardware from www.seeedstudio.com
FPGA Based Logic Analyzer
The Open Workbench Logic Sniffer is an open source logic analyzer with a USB interface. The hardware is designed for the SUMP open source logic analyzer client and toolchain. This project is a collaboration between the Gadget Factory and Dangerous Prototypes.
Open logic sniffer probe cable
Bus Blaster v3 is an experimental, high-speed JTAG debugger from Dangerous Prototypes.
Thanks to a reprogrammable buffer, a simple update over USB makes Bus Blaster compatible
with many different JTAG debugger types in the most popular open source software.
The Logic Shrimp is a medium speed, low-cost logic analyzer with a USB interface. It can capture up to 256K samples at 20MHz. Compatible with the open source SUMP logic analyzer client.
Bus Pirate v3 is a universal bus interface that talks to electronics from a PC serial terminal. Get to know a chip without writing code. Eliminates a ton of early prototyping effort with new or unknown chips. A laser cut acrylic case for Bus Pirate v3.6 is also available.
Edited by Craig H. Anderson on May 10, 2013 10:42 AM