[time-nuts] Low cost logic analyzer

Patrick optomatic at rogers.com
Fri Apr 25 12:02:28 EDT 2008

Hey Guys

I have a scope/logic analyzer/spectrum analyzer from Bitscope. I can't 
say enough good things about it. There pretty cheap. I think you can get 
a logic analyzer only too but I'll have to double check.

Their in Australia but long distance fees have really dropped. Why not 
call and ask for Bruce and explain your situation.


Ulrich Bangert wrote:
> Gents,
> I know some of you are hardware hackers like me too. In the 25 years of
> electronic development I have always refused to work with logic
> analysers and always have claimed "Give me a fast scope and some hours
> and I will do the job". However, these days I had VERY strange problems
> with an I2C bus based device. 
> Communication on the bus would work flawlessly over hours and then stop
> due to... yes, due to what? That clearly is an situation where the "fast
> scope" mentality not applies. On the search for something affordable I
> came over this:
> http://www.pctestinstruments.com/
> I still have the device not here and still do not know the reason of my
> problems but the technicians at Intronix said to me "That is exactly
> what we have built it for" when I asked them very specific if their
> device could be helpful in this situation. It it were true this thing
> were worth its price in gold.
> Best regards 
> Ulrich Bangert
> www.ulrich-bangert.de
> Ortholzer Weg 1
> 27243 Gross Ippener 
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