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2016-02-25 Rena
Using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter with the DVI DDC Breakout Cable, you can quickly and easily read extended display identification data (EDID data) from a DVI monitor EEPROM.  This article provides an overview of this technique. For more details, please refer to the knowledge base article Reading EDID Data from DVI monitor EEPROM using Aardvark adapter and DVI DDC Breakout Cable. For additional information about EDID, please refer to EDID Documentation.
2016-02-23 Rena
Using the Promira Serial Platform with I2C Active Level 1 and/or Active Level 2 Applications, you can easily program I2C EEPROM devices. And you can do so using  your choice of software tools to use: Control Center Serial Software, Flash Center Software, or the Promira Software API.
2016-02-18 Rena
We are a small automotive instrument workshop and are looking for software and a hardware interface to both read and identify CAN bus signals. We need to identify the relevant cluster signals and reproduce them on the test bench. Which of your interface tools, hardware and software, could work for us?
2016-02-16 Yvonne
We are excited to, for the ninth year, participate in this wonderful worldwide event that represents over 42 countries. Come by and visit in Hall 4, Stand 4-558 to experience the power of our products. We will be offering demonstrations from our entire line of USB, I2C, SPI, eSPI and CAN products:
2016-02-11 Rena
I recently upgraded from the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter to the Promira Serial Platform. To start using the Promira platform as quickly, as possible, I would like to use the API programs that I wrote using the Aardvark Software API with the Promira platform - is this possible?
2016-02-08 Rena
I am using the latest version of the Total Phase Data Center Software v6.63 and a Beagle USB 480 Power Protocol Analyzer running on Windows 7, 64-bit.  There is a lot of orphan data from periodic timeout packets– how can I filter out this orphan data on the USB bus?