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2017-10-25 Rena Ayeras
I’ve been using your Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer, and now I’m trying out your Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter. Using the I2C/SPI Activity Board, I want to do something simple like turn on an LED.  What steps do I need to take to perform this action?
2017-10-23 Rena Ayeras
I’m monitoring a USB 3.0 bus with the Beagle USB 5000 v2 SuperSpeed Protocol Analyzer. By default, the Beagle USB 5000 v2 analyzer's receiver termination detection system is set to auto-detect. How can I control the detection system manually?
2017-10-18 Staff Writer
The Internet has made this a very small world. We are increasingly connected with people from different stages of our lives and from any location in the world. Most of us use social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, or Reddit for these connections. And all of these are made available over the Internet.
2017-10-16 Karen
Excitement was palpable in the room at the latest USB-IF Developer Days. What are the interoperability do's and don't's of USB Type-C? What’s the latest on active cables? How do we get Type-C hosts and devices to perform optimally?
2017-10-04 Staff Writer
Hate to break it to you - but not all superheroes have superpowers. After all, they are still mere mortals. That doesn’t mean they aren’t stronger, faster, smarter, than your average Joe.  What differentiates these mortal superheroes from you and me is their use of technology. Some superheroes are your everyday mortals using super technology to gain the superhero edge.
2017-10-02 Rena Ayeras
In the past, I have had great success using the Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer with Data Center Software to collect Ethernet Frames over a USB 2.0 link. Now I am starting a new project where I’m adding Wireshark to the mix. How can I export the data captured in Data Center to Wireshark? Wireshark uses packet capture (.pcap) format. If you don’t offer a direct export to pacp, do you know of a way that I can re-encode the captured data to the pcap format that Wireshark uses?