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2015-11-23 Rick
Many of the new ARM designs support the CAN Bus and the USB Bus. A number of engineers (especially from the automotive industry) stopped by our booth to see how our tools can help with more efficient data transfer across their embedded network. With the Komodo CAN Duo Interface, we were able to show how easy it is to generate CAN traffic, communicate with CAN devices, and analyze CAN traffic from multiple devices at the same time. The Komodo interface is an invaluable tool when designing CAN systems with your ARM processor.
2015-11-19 Karen
It’s always exciting to learn something new – especially when it’s about use cases for Total Phase tools.  As someone who is relatively new to the company, I’m interested in hearing how our customers use our tools in their line of work. There is no better way to learn from customers than to meet with them face-to-face. I had that opportunity in Minneapolis last week at ESC. It was great to meet new customers and put faces to names of existing customers. Conversations are always more engaging in person and demonstrations are too. After speaking a bit with one customer we were able to determine that using the Beagle USB 480 Power Protocol Analyzer in their projects would not only save time but also money.
2015-11-17 Rena
It appears that the default receiver termination detection system of the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer – Ultimate Edition is auto-detect. I’m testing and debugging a device on the USB 3.0 bus and want to control the receiver termination. Can I manually set the receiver termination to be always “on” or always “off” in the upstream or downstream direction?
2015-11-12 Rena
I am using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter in SPI slave mode, with MATLAB to interface with the Aardvark adapter. The master outputs a packet that we would like to read. But we aren’t able to read our entire packet, because it appears that the data output is limited to 8 bits. In the header file, the SPI slave read data output only is an 8-bit variable. Is there a way to work around this?
2015-11-10 Rena
I am using the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer to analyze a UVC (USB Video Class) device.
2015-11-05 Rick
One of my favorite aspects of my job is meeting new and existing customers and learning about their projects and initiatives.  I recently had the chance to meet face-to-face with a number of USB-minded developers and engineers at the USB Developer Days in San Diego. The event is sponsored by the USB Implementers Forum; the USB-IF facilitates the development of USB compatible devices and provides compliance standards and testing. If you are working in USB and don’t  know about USB-IF events – you should definitely check them out.
2015-11-02 Gil
“Changes are coming in established driver interface protocols” Embedded Computing Design (Sept 24, 2015), written by Dr. Jerry Krasner, Ph. D., Vice President of Embedded Market Forecasters raises many points of the challenges and opportunities in the field of driver protocols, I2C, SPI and USB, a significant component of embedded devices.