Support Question of the Week: How Can I Use the Cheetah SPI Host Adapters to Control SPI Devices with Different Bitrates and Command Lengths?

I have two different SPI devices and I need to transmit two different command settings. Because of the separate SS (slave select) signal pins, it looks like the Cheetah host adapter should work with this:

  • Using the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter for the SPI Interface. The two SPI devices that I intend to control with the Cheetah adapter have diff...

Support Question of the Week: With a USB Protocol Analyzer, What is the Fastest and Most Accurate Way to Capture USB 2.0 Bus Data for a Sales Transaction?

I need to capture USB 2.0 bus data between a scanner and computer. The information is scanned from a coupon, and then OCR (optical character recognition) is applied to identify the information on that coupon - the amount to deduct from the purchase price. Currently, the process is slow and the result of the scan is not always accurate - the ...

Support Question of the Week: How Do I Clear the Saturated Buffer When Using the Komodo CAN Duo Interface?

I am using a Komodo CAN Duo Interface with the LabVIEW software and Komodo LabView Drivers (VI). I write a packet, and when I read the bus, the packet I am looking for has already been sent by the other node - I miss reading it. The loop works fine for two iterations before this fault occurs.

This behavior suggests a buffer is overloaded...

Support Question of the Week: How do I Control the SPI Slave Responses from an Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter that is in SPI Slave Mode?

I am using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter in the SPI Slave mode. How can I specify multiple responses for the Aardvark to return, such that each packet returns a different response?

To provide some background, the delay between bytes in my application is short enough that the Aardvark adapter can only echo what is reads from MOSI after t...