Brendan Murphy



Email: bmurphy@totalphase.com

Posts by Brendan Murphy:

I2C vs. I3C: What Are the Differences?

Introduction of I2C

I2C, or “Inter-Integrated Circuit,” has become a de facto standard in the embedded systems industry since its inception in the 1980s by Philips. As the rapid adoption of electronic devices became more mainstream in the late 1900s and early 2000s, a need arose to make devices smaller and more portable. After a...

Data Center Software Series: Details Window

The Data Center Software is one of Total Phase’s most well-known test and measurement tools. With its ability to display detailed, real-time data as it takes place on the bus, it is a must-have tool for debugging embedded systems. In the Data Center Software series, we dive into specific features that make the Data Center Softw...

Data Center Software Series: Block View

The Data Center Software is a staple tool for embedded engineers. It allows users to easily monitor and sniff bus data in embedded systems, which is often necessary when developing new products or debugging existing ones. Total Phase, a company built by and for engineers, knows the value of bus monitoring which is why Data Cente...

Data Center Software Series: LTSSM View

The Data Center Software is a free software interface that allows users to seamlessly monitor traffic occurring on USBCANI2CSPI, and eSPI buses. The software provides a variety of different ways to debug and analyze data and has become a familiar tool to engineers across the world. In this blog post, we will discuss a p...

Control Center Serial Software Series: Using I2C and SPI Mode

The Control Center Serial Software is a GUI offered by Total Phase that can be used with the Promira Serial Platform, the extremely popular Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter, and the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter to interface with I2C protocol and SPI protocol applications. The software provides easy access to all the I2C and SPI features ...

Data Center Software Series: Capture Control Window

The Total Phase Data Center Software is a free software interface that allows users to seamlessly monitor traffic occurring on USB, CAN, I2C, SPI, and eSPI buses. The software provides a variety of different ways to debug and analyze data and has become a familiar tool to engineers across the world. A feature that users often ...