Support Question of the Week: Synchronizing Output from a USB 2.0 Analyzer

Q: I'm working on analyzing data on a USB 2.0 bus and I would like to synchronize the USB data with an external device. I was looking on your website and I see that you have three USB protocol analyzers. Would I be able to use any of these to trigger another device?

A: Thanks for your question! Total Phase does offer three USB protocol ana...

Support Question of the Week: Transfer Rate and Size for SPI Programming

Q: I recently came across two of your products – the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter and the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter. I am interested in programming SPI data, but I'm not sure which SPI host adapter I should use. Can either of these host adapters support 16-bit, 32-bit, or larger continuous transfers to an SPI slave? I'm looking to generate...

Support Question of the Week: Erasing Memory from Any Total Phase Product

Q: I'm interested in buying some of your products, but I have a few questions. First, is there any memory in any of your products that would retain information when powered down? If the answer to this is yes, I have another question – is there a sanitization procedure for these devices that can be performed after using a classified processin...

Support Question of the Week: View the Last I2C Data Transaction with the Data Center Software and Beagle I2C/SPI Analyzer

Q: I am using the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer with the Data Center Software to monitor a particular coming across the I2C bus. I would like to monitor the latest Read transactions that occur after a Write transaction on the I2C bus. Right now, I'm manually scrolling down to see the last transaction. Is there a way to set up the screen s...

Support Question of the Week: Monitoring Ethernet Frames Using the Beagle USB 480 Analyzer

Q: I recently bought a Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer and have started using it with the Data Center Software to monitor the CDC-ECM and CDC-NCM classes on the USB 2.0 link. Now, we would like to integrate this USB bus monitor into a custom application. Do you have any software development kits available for this?

Additionally, we would ...

Support Question of the Week: Testing Multiple Units Simultaneously with the Aardvark Host Adapter

Q:  We are ready to use Aardvark Host Adapters (6 units) in order to test our 6 units simultaneously.

Does it mean we should use a separate computer (laptop, for instance) for each Aardvark Adapter?

Or we can use one for all Aardvark Host Adapters?

A:  Thanks for your question!  Depending on your specific testing application, there are mult...