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2022-03 - Total Phase


Issue 2

Volume 22

In This Issue


CAN Protocol: Monitor and Transmit CAN Data Using the Komodo CAN Duo Interface


Video Feature:I Spent $1100 on DisplayPort Cables… for Science!


Data Center Software Series: Block View

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Monitor and Transmit CAN Data Using the Komodo CAN Duo Interface

The Komodo CAN Duo Interface is a powerful two-channel USB-to-CAN adapter and analyzer that is capable of active CAN data transmission up to 1 Mbps as well as non-intrusive CAN bus monitoring.

The Komodo interface's two independent CAN channels allow users to actively send CAN messages/monitor two CAN buses simultaneously, or users can transmit CAN data with one channel and monitor the data with the other at the same time.

Our latest blog, Monitor and Transmit CAN Traffic Using the Komodo CAN Duo Interface, provides insight into how the Komodo CAN Duo Interface can be used to send CAN data over the bus and monitor the data in real time all using this one device.

Additionally, our video 
Record and Playback CAN Traffic Using the Komodo CAN Duo Interface shows a demo using the Komodo interface with our Data Center Software, Komodo GUI Software, and CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro to easily record and playback CAN traffic.

Watch the video here:

Video Feature: I Spent $1100 on DisplayPort Cables… for Science!

Linus Tech Tips is a well-known, tech-focused Youtube channel that explores various consumer technologies - performing product reviews, step-by-step computer build guides, and a variety of other technology-focused content to educate users of all ages.

One of their latest videos, "I Spent $1100 on DisplayPort Cables… for Science!", showcases our Advanced Cable Tester v2 and how they have used this tool to determine whether or not some of the most popular and well-known cables on the market meet the DisplayPort cable specifications. Additionally, this video provides an excellent overview of DisplayPort cables and the technology behind them.

Take a look at this video here:

Data Center Software Series: Block View

The Data Center Software is Total Phase's bus monitoring software for I2C, SPI, CAN, USB, and eSPI protocols and offers various features to help with the debugging process. In our latest Data Center Software blog series, we highlighted the Block View feature.

Data captured within the Data Center Software is displayed via the Transaction Window in a tree view format. The Block View, on the other hand, is a widely requested feature that provides an alternate graphical representation of the selected data record that combines the hierarchical layout of the Transaction Window with the detailed information found in the Info Pane.

To learn more about this feature and how it's used, read our latest blog:

Data Center Software Series: Block View

Spotlight: I2C Development Kit



The Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer and Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter are great and easy-to-use tools to work with I2C platforms. Integrated with Data Center Software and Control Center Serial Software transforms my research and test environment into a very powerful platform.




- Francisco M.

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