How Do I Filter Data on Two Addresses using Command Line Instructions?

Question from the Customer:
I have captured hours of data using Data Center Software (.tdc files). I’d like to filter data starting with a specific address, such as 0xF0 OR 0xFF. How can I do that? Also, is it possible to filter data on two addresses?

I’m also looking into using command line instructions (CLI), such as:

filter({'addr_10bit'...

You Can Easily Create and Verify XML Part Files for your SPI Flash Device using Flash Center Software and Cheetah GUI Software

Question from the Customer:

I purchased a Cheetah SPI Host Adapter to read and write to a SPI Flash device and it is working well for that task. The board I am working on also contains a SPI FRAM (Cypress FM25V01) and I wonder if a device file can be created so that I can read/write to this part? I glanced at some of the Flash Center Software x...

How Can I Best Read the Packets from the USB Power Delivery Analyzer to Ensure I Capture All the Data?

Question from the Customer:

I’m using the USB Power Delivery Analyzer and I have questions about using the Software API.

  • Does the API only read from the hardware buffer of the USB PD analyzer?
  • API - Start Capture - How does this work? Does it start monitoring to save the data from any buffer or a specific buffer (hardware or software buffers...

How Can I Run Parallel Scripts with the Promira Serial Platform To Toggle GPIO During SPI Writes?

Question from the Customer:

I am using the Promira Serial Platform with Promira Software API I2C/SPI Active. I’m looking to create a script (in Python) so that the SPI and GPIO commands occur in parallel; the GPIO toggles during SPI writes. Here is a summary of what I’m looking to do:

 

start gpio toggle;
submit spi write queue;
delay;
stop g...

What’s New About CAN FD?

CAN, Control Area Network, was created to improve vehicles as well as reduce the cost and maintenance of internal wiring – which was quickly increasing as more features were moving from mechanical to electronic technologies. For interaction and control, a protocol was required to handle the increasing complexity of operative devices within a v...

How Are Promira Serial Platform Pins Configured? Do I Need to Add Pull-Up Resistors?

Question from the Customer:

Can you tell me about the pin configuration of pin 14 and pin 15 of the Promira Serial Platform? I am using these two pins as DO. Are they both open-collector pins – will I need to add pull-up resistors?

Response from Technical Support:

Thanks for your questions! The I/O circuit depends on how you are using the Pro...

Can the Promira Serial Platform Reduce Clock Cycle Gaps and Provide Precise Timing when Testing a New SPI Device?

Question from the Customer:
We’ve been using the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter for years – the software updates have been great, but now we’re testing a faster prototype SPI device. We need a faster adapter. Our goal: eliminate gaps between clock cycles.

Currently, there is a gap between each 8 clock cycles. For test harness purposes, to ...

How to Program Large Files to SPI Flash Memory Using the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter

Flash Center Software should be used with our Cheetah SPI Host Adapter to program large files to SPI flash memory. A common use case related to this topic is loading field-programmable gate array (FPGA) images to different addresses within SPI flash memory.

When loading large files, you often need to program one sector of memory while leaving o...

What Causes Partial Error Codes to Occur When the SPI Data Is Correct?

Question from the Customer:

I’m using the Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer and the Data Center Software. I have a question about the results I see. I send a 20-bit (2.5bytes) data packet, and the results show the data is wrong.  The error code is P4, as shown below.

Viewing error codes in Data Center SoftwareWe are certain the SPI data is correct – why is the Data Center Software ...

How Can I Simultaneously Monitor and Respond to SPI and I2C Devices?

Question from the Customer:

I was wondering if you have a sniffer solution that allows me to test a single master on a bus? In other words, are there sniffers that respond as  slave devices with ACK and returning data?  I’m working with SPI and I2C devices.

Response from Technical Support:

Thanks for your question! For your test requirement...