kelly


Email: kelly@totalphase.com

Posts by kelly:

Support Question of the Week: Transfer Rate and Size for SPI Programming

Q: I recently came across two of your products – the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter and the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter. I am interested in programming SPI data, but I'm not sure which SPI host adapter I should use. Can either of these host adapters support 16-bit, 32-bit, or larger continuous transfers to an SPI slave? I'm looking to generate up ...

Support Question of the Week: Erasing Memory from Any Total Phase Product

Q: I'm interested in buying some of your products, but I have a few questions. First, is there any memory in any of your products that would retain information when powered down? If the answer to this is yes, I have another question – is there a sanitization procedure for these devices that can be performed after using a classified processing ...

Support Question of the Week: View the Last I2C Data Transaction with the Data Center Software and Beagle I2C/SPI Analyzer

Q: I am using the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer with the Data Center Software to monitor a particular coming across the I2C bus. I would like to monitor the latest Read transactions that occur after a Write transaction on the I2C bus. Right now, I'm manually scrolling down to see the last transaction. Is there a way to set up the screen so th...

Support Question of the Week: Monitoring Ethernet Frames Using the Beagle USB 480 Analyzer

Q: I recently bought a Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer and have started using it with the Data Center Software to monitor the CDC-ECM and CDC-NCM classes on the USB 2.0 link. Now, we would like to integrate this USB bus monitor into a custom application. Do you have any software development kits available for this?

Additionally, we would like t...

Support Question of the Week: Testing Multiple Units Simultaneously with the Aardvark Host Adapter

Q:  We are ready to use Aardvark Host Adapters (6 units) in order to test our 6 units simultaneously.

Does it mean we should use a separate computer (laptop, for instance) for each Aardvark Adapter?

Or we can use one for all Aardvark Host Adapters?

A:  Thanks for your question!  Depending on your specific testing application, there are multip...

Support Question of the Week: Monitor USB Traffic with Data Center Software

Q: I am interested in sniffing USB traffic on my USB 2.0 device with the Beagle USB 480 Protocol Analyzer. I have a few questions about the capabilities of the Data Center Software that can be used with the Beagle USB 480 protocol analyzer. First, when monitoring data, does the transaction log show all of the data bytes in the summary view? Seco...

Support Question of the Week: EEPROM and Flash Programming with the Aardvark

Q: I plan on using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter with the Flash Center Software to program SPI flash chips and I2C EEPROM chips on my prototype board. Is there built-in support in the Flash Center Software to program memory devices? If these parts are not supported in the software, will I still be able to program these parts using the Aardva...

Guten Tag from Total Phase at Embedded World!

This week, the Total Phase sales team packed their bags and traversed across the world to Nuremberg, Germany for Embedded World! Embedded World is held this year from Tuesday, February 26 to Thursday, February 28. Attendees had the opportunity to drop by our Total Phase booth and experience a live demonstration of our USB, I2C, SPI, and CAN tool...

Support Question of the Week: Working with a Loop Command using the Aardvark adapter

Q: I'm interested in trying to loop the same command every 3 minutes with my Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter. Is there a repeat command in the XML script language that I can use?

A: Thanks for your question! We can certainly help you with doing a loop command using the Aardvark adapter.

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Windows 8 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion Support Now Available!

Total Phase has always provided the most comprehensive debugging and development solution across the USB, I2C, SPI, and CAN protocols featuring cross-platform support on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. We are proud to feature cross-platform support for all of our software, APIs, and drivers, and strongly believe our tools offer the most freedom fo...