Support Question of the Week: Viewing Timestamps for USB 2.0 Transactions

Q: I'm using a Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer to monitor some USB data from a mouse. When I plug in the device and run a capture, the timestamps don't always show up in chronological order. Is there a function I can use in Data Center Software so that I can view the transactions in chronological order?

A: Thanks for your question! When using t...

Live from Booth 1824 at the 2013 Design West Expo...

Hello from Total Phase! We are eagerly awaiting the start of Day 2 of the Design West Expo in San Jose, CA. Thanks to everybody who dropped by our booth yesterday! Day 1 was exciting as many attendees dropped by to discuss our USB, I2C, SPI, and CAN development tools and also viewed live demonstrations of our award-winning suite, including the B...

Total Phase Sponsors Class at the Design West Conference!

To kick off the Design West Conference this week, Total Phase sponsored a class hosted by Micrium by providing Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzers. The class entitled “Essentials of USB Device Development” provided attendees with an overview of how to design a USB device and the complexities they may face. Users explored the fundamentals of US...

Writing and Reading from SPI Flash Using the Cheetah Adapter and Cheetah GUI Software – Part 2

Here is part 2 of our Support Question of the Week feature on how to write and read an SPI flash device using the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter and the Cheetah GUI Software. In Part 1, we went over the instructions for using the M25P32 flash part, which is used as an example for writing and reading with the Cheetah adapter and Cheetah GUI.

Memory Pro...

Writing and Reading from SPI Flash Using the Cheetah Adapter and Cheetah GUI Software - Part 1

Last week, we featured a two-part blog feature on how to program a single sector of an SPI flash with the Cheetah adapter and the Flash Center Software. This week, we want to demonstrate the versatility and fast functions of the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter with the Cheetah GUI Software. This week's two-part Support Question of the Week series will ...

Programming a Single Sector of an SPI Flash Using the Cheetah Adapter and Flash Center – Part 2

Here is part 2 of our Support Question of the Week feature on how to program a single sector of an SPI flash device using the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter and Flash Center Software. In Part 1, we provided an overview of the different programming options available in the Flash Center Software. We also included some background on the specific flash de...

Programming a Single Sector of an SPI Flash Using the Cheetah Adapter and Flash Center - Part 1

The Cheetah SPI Host Adapter is popular for its fast SPI programming capabilities. In this week's Support Question of the Week, we will feature a two-part series focusing on how to program a single sector of an SPI flash device using the Cheetah adapter with the Flash Center Software.

This two-part article is also available in our Total Phase Kn...

How to Read and Write to an I2C EEPROM Using the Aardvark adapter and Control Center - Part 2

Here is part 2 of our Support Question of the Week feature on how to read and write to an I2C EEPROM with the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter and Control Center Software! In Part 1, we provided some background on the set up of the I2C EEPROM with the Aardvark adapter. Now, in part 2, we will demonstrate how to write and read back several bytes of ...

How to Read and Write to an I2C EEPROM Using the Aardvark adapter and Control Center - Part 1

One of the most popular uses for the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter is to read and write to an I2C memory device. In this special two-part Support Question of the Week feature, we will focus on how to take information in an EEPROM datasheet and execute commands with the Control Center Software. Engineers can also accomplish reading and writing to...