#libsigrok 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.
#libsigrok 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.
#libsigrokdecode 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.
#libsigrokdecode now supports the seven_segment protocol decoder.
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.
The #sigrok pre-built #Linux binaries in the form of #AppImages 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. #Qt.
The new AppImages should thus run fine on any somewhat modern Linux distro more recent than roughly 2016.
Downloads are available from here, as always:
If you notice any issues, please let us know.
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...
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.
#libsigrokdecode 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 😉
#libsigrokdecode, the #sigrok protocol decoder library (library is written in C, decoders are written in #Python), now supports the new Maxim DS2408 protocol decoder (a 1-Wire 8-channel addressable switch).
USB low level debugging, feat. sigrok and OpenVizsla https://diode.zone/videos/watch/46748667-b78b-4cd2-b05f-e7d5454b111c
You no longer have to remember your session setup, which decoders you added, which decoder settings you used, and so on...
After figuring out from the Chinese datasheet that the part requires an init sequence I found a very helpful thread on @HennerZeller rpi rgb led matrix repository. You should read it if you want to know the details: https://github.com/hzeller/rpi-rgb-led-matrix/issues/746#issuecomment-453860510 Attached are the init signal traces.
This is currently invoking sigrok-cli from the gtkwave #python scripting facility, nicer integration will be available once the current sigrok architectural restructuring that we're working on is finished.
Neat little explanation fit into such a short slot!
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