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by AndyPreston
Fri Feb 21, 2020 7:09 pm
Forum: Test Equipment
Topic: Hobby Components 16 Channel Logic Analyser (HCTEST0035)
Replies: 6
Views: 11965

Re: Hobby Components 16 Channel Logic Analyser (HCTEST0035)

Note that this is not a Saleae clone. It was designed purely to work with the open source Sigrok software and so is not compatible with Saleae software. I'm not really looking for comparability with Saleae's software, I'm "sigrok all the way". I was just wondering if there was any packing (which is...
by AndyPreston
Wed Feb 12, 2020 9:09 pm
Forum: Test Equipment
Topic: Hobby Components 16 Channel Logic Analyser (HCTEST0035)
Replies: 6
Views: 11965

Re: Hobby Components 16 Channel Logic Analyser (HCTEST0035)

I see from your section here about drivers that this is a Cypres FX2 based analyser. But can anyone tell me what else is inside? In Joel Holdsworth's Open Tech Lab episode about logic analysers https://opentechlab.org.uk/videos:001:notes he shows us a Chinese Saleae Logic 16 clone that as well as ha...
by AndyPreston
Tue May 01, 2018 1:04 pm
Forum: Test
Topic: HC CY7C68013A 16CH Logic Analyser (HCTEST0021-25)
Replies: 1
Views: 16189

Re: HC CY7C68013A 16CH Logic Analyser (HCTEST0021-25)

More tips for Linux users. For this to work properly you need at least version 0.4.0 of libsigrok. Versions of Ubuntu prior to 18.04 came with version 0.3.0 which will not work "out of the box". Ubuntu 18.04 comes with version 0.5.0 which is fine. ----- There's all sorts of tricks you can try to ge...