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Michael Karas
04/26/10 06:14
  04/26/10 06:23

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Beaverton Or

#175390 - DIY? Kind Of
Responding to: Andy Neil's previous message
At the time I had engaged with another individual to help with the PC application part of the project. The thought was to share the task roughly 50/50. I am not at all intimidated at preparing such graphics type software. We were going to use the Agilent LogicWave software as a design guide. That software has a rather nice user interface and encapsulates almost all of the features needed in a product of that type. (Note that Agilent pulled the LogicWave off the market a 5 or 6 years ago and let any active support wane. This has really dismayed me since I own one and was still waiting for their promised update to get the USB port on the unit working instead of having to rely on its parallel port interface with special cable. Unit usability is not at all compatible with WinXP or Vista and so I have a used T43 that I keep with Win2K just so I can use the device.)

I looked just last night at the software for the "Logic" and it is not too bad for what it supports. Their serial protocol decoding features are a nice addition that was not originally in my plan but could have been added.

If you go read the blog of Joe Garrison, linked from the bottom of the Saleae web site you will see that he has found the software to be a major task, particularly in trying to get it ported over to Linux and Mac. Note Joe is the guy behind Saleae.

Michael Karas

List of 25 messages in thread
Has anyone used one of these?      Jez Smith      04/25/10 13:15      
   No?      Jez Smith      04/25/10 13:33      
      NICE      Steve M. Taylor      04/25/10 13:49      
   yet another fancy soundcard      Jan Waclawek      04/25/10 14:30      
      Humor      Per Westermark      04/25/10 14:55      
      I think      Jez Smith      04/25/10 14:57      
         I'm definitely interested in this one      Per Westermark      04/25/10 15:27      
         But can you actually buy one?      Andy Neil      04/26/10 00:05      
            Hardware      Jez Smith      04/26/10 00:10      
            Stock Available      Michael Karas      04/26/10 00:53      
         Intronix      Andrew Ayre      04/26/10 10:54      
            Sample compression      Per Westermark      04/26/10 11:29      
               I use the Intronix...      Jan Waclawek      04/26/10 14:06      
                  Definitely a lot of work in the software      Per Westermark      04/26/10 14:41      
   Look Very Carefully      Michael Karas      04/25/10 23:03      
      DIY...      Andy Neil      04/26/10 04:47      
         wxWidgets      Per Westermark      04/26/10 05:15      
            It's not the GUI part      Andy Neil      04/26/10 06:26      
               Quite easy to use drawing primitives      Per Westermark      04/26/10 06:44      
                  product is similar to usbee      J. Guy      04/26/10 10:54      
         DIY? Kind Of      Michael Karas      04/26/10 06:14      
      it's a long way from idea to the real stuff      Jan Waclawek      04/26/10 14:21      
         Efforts Are Huge!!      Michael Karas      04/26/10 17:00      
            oh, no, thanks,..      Jan Waclawek      04/26/10 21:46      
   Look Very Carefully      Michael Karas      04/25/10 23:03      

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