How have our Beagle Protocol Analyzers Sniffed Out Your Bugs?


Total Phase released the Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyzer in August of 2005, the first among Total Phase's line of Beagle protocol analyzers. This affordable and effective device monitors Full/Low-speed USB data, which expanded Total Phase's protocol expertise into USB. Less than two months later, Total Phase released the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer, providing engineers the ability to sniff out I2C and SPI bugs. In 2007, the Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer was added to Total Phase's growing line of Beagle analyzers. Working with the Data Center Software, the Beagle USB 480 analyzer's ability to monitor and analyze High/Full/Low-speed USB data in real-time while applying class-level decoding has propelled it to be one of Total Phase's most popular tools. The most recent addition to the Beagle protocol analyzer family is the Beagle USB 5000 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer. Released in December 2010, the Beagle USB 5000 analyzer demonstrates Total Phase's ongoing successful efforts to provide high-performance and affordable embedded systems tools for engineers.

All four of these Beagle protocol analyzers have been used by many engineers to successfully debug USB, I2C, and/or SPI bugs for various development projects. Now, we would like to hear how you've used these tools to get the job done! Email us your story on how you've used any one of the Beagle protocol analyzers, or any other Total Phase tools, to by December 2, 2011. One lucky winner will receive a 16GB iPad!

Contest Information

In order to enter the contest, submit a testimonial about how Total Phase tools helped you get your job done by December 2, 2011. One prize winner will be determined at a random drawing of all eligible respondents who submit a testimonial. The prize winner will be selected at random by Total Phase. The winner will be notified by email and/or telephone by December 19, 2011.

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