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2020-05-28 Rena Ayeras
For IPMI analysis, can I export data from the Beagle I2C/SPI analyzer into Wireshark?
2020-05-26 Kathleen Chan
It is a full-duplex protocol that requires four signals: clock, master out/slave in, master in/slave out, and slave select. Data is simultaneously transmitted and received. SPI allows for multiple slaved devices to be controlled by a single master and each slave device has an individual slave select line.
2020-05-21 Rena Ayeras
I am using the new Advanced Cable Tester v2 to test our USB 3.2 Standard-A to Type-C cables and am running into some problems after creating a custom profile. So far, I have not been able to modify the setting for the ground resistance to fit the specification. Here is where the test report shows failure:
2020-05-19 Staff Writer
The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the billions of devices around the world that are now connected to the internet and capable of uploading sensor data and other information through wireless networks and into the cloud. In addition to residential applications like smart home security systems and washing machines, IoT devices have made their way into the workplace where they promise to enhance workplace safety and efficiency across industries and around the world.
2020-05-14 Rena Ayeras
I am using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter in I2C mode to perform a Master Register Read. Normally, I can do that with Aardvark Software API, but this time I’m using LabVIEW and it’s not working for me. How do I successfully implement I2C Master Register Read with LabVIEW?
2020-05-12 Jessica Hopkins
The Control Center Serial Software allows users to easily control their I2C or SPI devices, including multi I/O SPI devices. In this blog, we’ll cover how to use the Multi I/O SPI Master Mode function to configure your master device to support dual and quad SPI modes.
2020-05-07 Rena Ayeras
For a project focused on SD cards in SPI mode, I am looking at the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter and the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter. To cut costs, I am also looking at using Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzers instead of oscilloscopes. Looking at the specifications, I want to confirm how the Aardvark adapter works.  Based on the article How Do I Set Up SDC or MMC Cards in SPI Mode to Verify Files were Successfully Programmed?, it looks like the Cheetah adapter would do a better job for me, at least for the verification part of the project. When it’s finalized, the verification process will be moved to the production floor, where speed matters.
2020-05-05 Staff Writer
Product testing and software debugging are two of the biggest challenges that embedded systems engineers face when creating a new product. To help streamline the process, embedded systems developers must invest in various types of electronics testing equipment that provide clear and concise feedback and insight into product performance. Logic analyzers and protocol analyzers are two of the most popular debugging tools for embedded systems, but there's another versatile tool that can be deployed in a variety of electronics testing applications: a signal generator.