New USB, JTAG and SENT protocols decoders!

5. Januar 2015, 00:00 Uhr

Dear hobbyists, fellow electronics engineers and all users of our Logic Analyzers,

First let me wish you all the best for 2015!

I am happy to announce that we have some new protocols decoders in our growing repository!

Among these, there is the – long awaited – USB decoder:

usb decoder screen shot

It can decode both low speed and full speed USB protocols. As you can see in the image above, it’ll present the decoded data in a nice “packet view” window.

Similarly, the JTAG decoder will also present decoded data using the packet view:

jtag decoder screenshot

The JTAG decoder can be configured to suit your needs using the configuration windows :

jtag configuration

Most importantly, the “data organisation” parameter will allow you to group the data into 8, 16 or 32 bit words. This can be very useful when – for example – you’re using a JTAG probe that reads or write MCU firmware in words of 32 bits (which is very often the case).

Finally, a Single Edge Nibble Transmission (SENT) decoder according to SAE2716 Jan 2010 was written by Volker Oth [forum username: 0xdeadbeef] and we thank him for his contribution!

SEND protocol decoder screenshot

The protocol decoder is very professionally written, does CRC verification and supports the packet view to provide a nice colorful view of the data packets.

Source: Ikalogic

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