Scanalogic – The Advance Version of Logic Analyzer!

How well do you think you’re known about the Logic Analyzer? For your information, logic analyzer is an electronic instrument, where it can be used to display signals in a digital circuit that are too fast to be observed and presents it to a user. As a result, the user can be more easily checked for correct operation of the digital system. Beside that, logic analyzers are generally being used for capturing data in system, which have too many channels to be examined with an oscilloscope. The software running on the logic analyzer can easily convert the captured data into many forms, such as timing diagrams, protocol decodes, state machine traces, assembly language or any correlate assembly with source-level software! Guys, let’s meet the “Scanalogic”, where it’s a simple and effective logic analyzer that specially designed to be easily built by all users, no matter you a newbie or expert! Regards of its simplicity, it can be used for debugging and analyzing in many projects. This little thing is a very powerful buddy, where it can be used at sampling… Continue reading

LOGAN18 – The Simple and Multipurpose Logic Analyser Based On The PIC18F252(5)

You have already tried various types of logic analyzer, but you’re failed to find the one that suit you better? Then, why keep on the searching, as you can develop one for yourself? Yep, you will have a brand new and simple low-cost logic analyzer, which is uses the PIC48F252(5) as the capture device and a windows based PC for the display purpose. The LOGAN18 project it’s not a tough task to develop with, where you have to prepare the PIC18F2525, some LEDs, transistors, capacitors and wires. Therefore, it won’t cost you too much, as most of the components are cheap and easy to find. Those things that you might need to pay attention with are the different of two variants. One of them is a simple version that uses a MAXIM level converter and it is works well with the 115 kBaud. Another one is an USB version, which it will support the transfer rates of 500 kbit (PIC with a 10 MHz crystal) or doubled up to 1000 kbit (PIC with a 12MHz crystal). You can find the… Continue reading