now supports the SPI-based nrf905 decoder, used for the Nordic Semiconductor nRF905 433/868/933MHz transceiver chip protocol.

sigrok.org/blog/new-protocol-d

A new bunch of protocol decoders is now available: ad5626, ad79x0, adxl345, ltc242x, and ltc26x7.

All decoders stack on SPI or I²C and were contributed by Analog Devices Inc., thanks a lot!

sigrok.org/blog/new-protocol-d

0.4.2 released! Lots of new features, e.g. saving session setups, GUI translations, easier decoder selection, decoder annotation filtering/hiding, "binary" (WAV, PNG, PCAP) decoder output view, handy key shortcuts, tons of bugfixes.

sigrok.org/blog/pulseview-042-

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@sigrok, you rock! My new oscilloscope (Hantek 6022BE) works plug-and-play, displays beautiful captures in PulseView and has managed to decode everything I threw at it so far, despite my improvised physical setup.

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Recent features you might have missed: annotation export in various formats (printf-style spec), protocol decoder subwindow which allows nicer PD selection and stacking.

sigrok.org/blog/pulseview-feat

0.5.2 is released!

Roughly 40 or so additional devices (or whole device series) supported, improved USB HID support via HIDAPI, Bluetooth/BLE support (Linux-only for now, via BlueZ), and tons of improvements and bugfixes.

sigrok.org/blog/libsigrok-052-

now supports the MASTECH MS6514 2-channel, USB-based thermometer.

It supports K,J,T,E,R,S,N thermocouple types.

Full teardown and protocol docs available in the wiki.

sigrok.org/blog/mastech-ms6514

recently gained and support.

Currently only a based, ( only) backend is implemented. Contributions for other OSes welcome!

Supported devices so far: 121GW, , some DMMs with Bluetooth cables.

sigrok.org/blog/bluetooth-and-

0.5.3 is released!

New decoders: lin, x2444m, ds2408, cc1101, enc28j60, pca9571, seven_segment, amulet_ascii, tdm_audio, signature, nes_gamepad, flexray, ir_rc6, ieee488, hdcp.

Total PDs supported in this release: 109.

sigrok.org/blog/libsigrokdecod

sigrok-firmware-fx2lafw 0.1.7 has been released!

Adds support for the YiXingDianZi MDSO and support for FX2-based LAs to sample at 48 MHz (as long/short as USB bus conditions allow).

Fixes a few bugs for oscilloscope devices and some sdcc related issues.

sigrok.org/blog/sigrok-firmwar

The pre-built binaries in the form of are now being built on a more recent OS (Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus from 2016) since we now require more recent versions of some libraries, e.g. .

The new AppImages should thus run fine on any somewhat modern Linux distro more recent than roughly 2016.

sigrok.org/blog/sigrok-appimag

Downloads are available from here, as always:

sigrok.org/wiki/Downloads

If you notice any issues, please let us know.

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Wow, this little logic analyzer for 10 bucks (and @sigrok) make suuuuch a difference working with hardware, it's unbelievable. With all the debugging options I have now, I might just be able to get the original design with the PIC working...

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While looking around in mastodon for interesting accounts to follow, one of them was @sigrok.

This actually reminded me that I had an old LCsoft mini board which I bought for a project many years ago (wanted to build a stereo synchronized USB camera).

Now that I found it I suddenly have a 16bit 24MHz logical analyzer for free.

now supports 100 different protocol decoders!

The latest addition was a TI CC1101 decoder, stacking upon the SPI PD.

Looking forward to your contributions so we can get to 200 decoders next 😉

sigrok.org/blog/100th-supporte

, the protocol decoder library (library is written in C, decoders are written in ), now supports the new Maxim DS2408 protocol decoder (a 1-Wire 8-channel addressable switch).

sigrok.org/blog/new-protocol-d

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Awesome new video by @tnt showing multiple options of USB protocol capture, decoding and analysis. Including a new solution using iCEBreaker to capture 96MSPS, and decoding the data in @sigrok Also featuring the amazing OpenVizsla! youtube.com/watch?v=JjU5OQCWgm

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