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#saleae #i2c #uart Logic analyzers can be used to peak into the actual signals used to communicate data. We will also use it to decode the signals into various protocols such as asynchronous serial, I2C, and even dig into some datasheets to decode a non-standard protocol all using common sensors connected to an Arduino board. ⏰ TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Intro 0:52 Decoding asynchronous serial 3:52 Decoding I2C 10:33 Decoding a non-standard protocol ‣ Some links below are affiliate. I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. 📻 PRODUCTS MENTIONED Saleae 8-Channel Logic Analyzer 🤍 Adafruit Si7021 board 🤍 DHT11 sensor 🤍 🎩 DEMO FILES UART Code and wiring: 🤍 I2C Code and wiring: 🤍 Non-standard protocol code and wiring: 🤍 🔗 LINKS SHOWN Saleae Logic Analyzer 🤍 Logic Analyzer vs. Oscilloscope 🤍 Supported protocols 🤍 Decoding UART 🤍 Binary to ASCII 🤍 Adafruit Si7021 breakout board 🤍 Si7021 Datasheet 🤍 DHT11 sensor 🤍 DHT11 datasheet from Mouser 🤍 DHT11 datasheet 🤍 🔌 TOOLS USED 🤍
Previous Video: 🤍 Download Logic 2: 🤍 Logic 2 Forum: 🤍 Analyzer SDK: 🤍 User-Created Analyzers: 🤍 Welcome to our series of tutorials on Logic 2, a brand new application to debug your hardware using your Saleae Logic analyzer. In the previous video, linked below, we talked about TRIGGERS and showed an example when using it to record SPI data. In this video, we'll begin where we left off and learn how to decode the SPI data we previously recorded. Our Logic 2 application comes equipped with several PROTOCOL ANALYZERS to decode data according to a particular protocol. You can check these out by navigating to the ANALYZERS panel and clicking the PLUS button. Here, you'll see a list of several ANALYZERS that our software currently supports. In case a certain protocol is not found on this list, we offer the ability to create custom analyzers using our PROTOCOL ANALYZER SDK. I've provided a link to the SDK below, as well as a list of user created protocol analyzers. Please note that, at the time of publishing this video, custom analyzers are not yet supported by Logic 2. We're currently working on adding support for this, so we're excited to share that with you once it's ready. For this tutorial, we'll capture and decode SPI data. Let's click "SPI" to configure our SPI ANALYZER. We'll configure it as follows. ENABLE is connected to CHANNEL 0. CLOCK is connected to CHANNEL 1. MOSI is connected to CHANNEL 2. For MISO, we'll leave this blank as we don't have a SPI slave device connected. As for the rest of the settings, we'll leave them to their default values as they properly indicate how our SPI data is transmitted. Note that you may need to change these settings to reflect your own SPI data structure. We'd also like to show our decoded SPI data in a RESULTS TABLE VIEW, and we'll stream the data to our built-in terminal. Both of these options allow for different ways of viewing your decoded data. Once these are all set, lets click 'SAVE' and begin our capture. Note that your saved settings will also be used automatically next time you add a SPI analyzer. Now let's click Start. We've programmed our Arduino to send out SPI data every second, and you'll notice that it gets decoded in real time via the table on the right. Once the capture is complete, there are a few ways you can view your decoded data from within the application. First, you can zoom in and navigate your data to view the decoded results. For our SPI ANALYZER, the decoded results can be viewed above the MOSI waveform on CHANNEL 2. For protocols that contain a CLOCK, such as in SPI, you'll notice arrows indicating where the sampling of data takes place for decoding. In our case, the MOSI data line is sampled on every RISING EDGE of the clock. We set this earlier in our SPI ANALYZER SETTINGS. You can also view your DECODED PROTOCOLS in TABLE VIEW in the ANALYZERS PANEL to the right. Finally, you can view your data from within our built-in TERMINAL VIEW. For protocols with slower data rates, this can be especially useful to read incoming data in real-time. Now let's go over some useful features that will enhance your experience with protocol analyzers. To change your display radix, right click a decoded data result in the waveform. Hovering over the data result reveals a keyboard shortcut to scroll your RESULTS TABLE to that specific data. You can also search for a decoded result in the RESULTS TABLE, and then navigate to that instance of the data in the waveform by clicking on the RIGHT-ARROW. Double click to zoom in. Finally, you can export your decoded data by clicking on the 3 DOTS to the right of your ANALYZER, and clicking Export to TXT/CSV. This wraps up our tutorial on protocol analyzers. In the next video, we plan on discussing more useful features on Logic 2. As always, if you have any specific questions or feedback, visit our Logic 2 forum in the link here (🤍).
Previous Video: 🤍 Download Logic 2: 🤍 Logic 2 Forum: 🤍 Welcome to our series of tutorials on Logic 2, a brand new application to debug your hardware using your Saleae Logic analyzer. In the previous video, linked below, we discussed some basic capture settings, as well as a few ways to navigate and save your captured data. In this video, we'll start diving into TRIGGERING captures. A TRIGGER tells the application to WAIT for a SPECIFIC CONDITION to occur in the data lines before AUTOMATICALLY starting the capture. You can set your capture to use a TRIGGER by navigating to the CAPTURE SETTINGS panel and clicking TRIGGER. Here, you will notice FOUR trigger patterns. PLEASE NOTE THAT we currently only have TRIGGER capabilities for digital channels. In the future, we plan on adding analog channel triggers, protocol triggers, and programmable triggers. For this tutorial, we will program an ARDUINO to output SPI data at random intervals. The logic analyzer will be connected to the ARDUINO as shown here. In this SPI example, our ENABLE line will idle HIGH when nothing is happening, and will TRANSITION LOW during data transmission. This gives us a perfect opportunity to setup A TRIGGER on the LOW TRANSITION of the ENABLE line and automatically begin a capture at that moment. Let's go ahead and set the software to TRIGGER on a FALLING EDGE, and to look for this TRIGGER CONDITION on CHANNEL 0, which is monitoring our SPI ENABLE line. In addition to the TRIGGER, you can also set "LOW" or "HIGH" conditions for other channels to further customize your TRIGGER condition. We won't be using these in this example, but it can be useful in case you're looking to TRIGGER on a more specific event that involves the LOGICAL STATE of the other channels. Let's scroll down and discuss a few more useful trigger settings. First, we'll set up our CAPTURE so that we record 1s of data AFTER the TRIGGER. Next, we'll trim our pre-trigger data to the last 1s. This will allow us to capture 1s of SPI data, while also including 1s before the SPI data is transmitted. Now let's start the capture. Here, you'll see a LIVE VIEW of the capture while the application looks for the TRIGGER. Once the TRIGGER condition is found, our capture continues recording for 1 more second, and the software will trim the capture for us as per our CAPTURE SETTINGS. You can further trim your capture by clicking on the OPTIONS button and TRIM DATA. This wraps up our tutorial on triggers. In the next video, we'll decode our SPI data by using protocol analyzers. As always, if you have any specific questions or feedback, visit our Logic 2 forum in the link here (🤍
Download Logic 2: 🤍 Logic 2 Forum: 🤍 Welcome to our series of tutorials on Logic 2, a brand new application to debug your hardware using your Saleae Logic analyzer. If this is your first time using your logic analyzer, then this video is a great place to start. You can download the Logic 2 application from the link shown here (🤍 In this tutorial, we'll learn about capturing data. First, let's connect our Logic analyzer to the PC using its included USB cable. For this tutorial, we'll also connect CHANNEL 0 to a 5V square wave. Now let's head to the CAPTURE SETTINGS panel. We'll configure CHANNEL 0 for DIGITAL data capture. For future reference, you can also enable other channels for data collection here. The sampling rate, which is displayed in SAMPLES per SECOND, determines the speed at which the logic analyzer will record data. In this example, we will use a sampling rate of 500 MEGA SAMPLES per SECOND - or in other words - 500 MILLION SAMPLES per SECOND. Please note that, in cases where USB bandwidth availability may be limited, such as when other high-speed USB devices are also connected to your computer, you may want to decrease the sampling rate. The dropdown box to the right allows you to select the voltage range of the incoming signal. Specifically, this setting will adjust the DIGITAL VOLTAGE THRESHOLD of the logic analyzer. For example, the 1.2 V setting allows you to measure 1.2V signals by setting the DIGITAL THRESHOLD to half that value, or in other words, 0.6V. Similarly, 1.8 and 3.3V will set the threshold to 0.9 and 1.65V respectively. In this example, we will be measuring a 0V to 5V square wave, so let's select the 3.3+ Volts option. Let's also set up the software to take an ANALOG capture of Channel 0. Here, you will notice values to the right of the sampling rate. This indicates that, by selecting this specific analog sampling rate, the digital sampling rate will also change to the value shown. Please keep in mind that, while Logic supports many digital and analog sampling rate combinations, it does not support all combinations. Let's go back and select 50Ms/s for analog, which will change the digital sampling rate back to 500MS/s We have 3 modes of data capture - LOOPING, TIMER, and TRIGGER. For this tutorial, we'll use the TIMER mode, as this provides the simplest form of data capture. There are TWO settings you should be aware of. The "Stop recording after" setting will set the duration of the capture. Let's capture 5 seconds. The "Memory buffer size" setting will set the maximum RAM you would like to allocate for holding the recorded data. For our PC, we have about 4GB of available RAM. We'll set this to 1 GB, as this amount should be more than enough to hold our 5 second capture. Now let's start out capture. Once the capture has completed, we can navigate the capture by using your mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out, and by dragging with your left mouse button to pan the data. As an alternative, you can also use the up and down arrow keys, and left and right arrow keys, to zoom and pan respectively. For more ways to interact with your captured data, you can open our KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS window at the bottom right of our software. Now that we've finished our capture, we'll show you two ways to save your data. First, if you want to keep your recorded data, and you plan on taking a new data capture, you'll want to create a new capture SESSION by clicking the '+' icon at the bottom. This will allow you to start a new capture while keeping your previously recorded data. Second, if you'd like to save a CURRENT SESSION TAB to a file, navigate to the Preferences options and click "Save Current Tab". Once saved, you can re-open it by clicking Open Capture. This concludes our first, basic tutorial, on how to use Logic 2. By now, you should have the ability to configure your capture, as well record some data, and save your record data. This should be enough to get you started with the most basic features, but that's just the tip of what Logic 2 is capable of. We can't wait to go over some more advanced features in upcoming videos. As always, if you have any specific questions or feedback, visit our Logic 2 forum in the link here (🤍
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#logic #analyzer #saleae Software that comes with an instrument like a logic analyzer is important. I explore the features of Saleae's new Logic 2 Alpha software to discuss how this integrated software is important for user interface, control, export, creating extensions and plugins, and community sharing. I also use 2 temperature sensors, Si7021 and DHT11 to show how to capture these signals and then program with python or use the community extensions to decode and analyze the captured signals. ⏰ TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Intro 01:27 Interface 04:45 Capture Si7021 signal in I2C 08:00 Capture DHT11 signal in non-standard 1-wire protocol 10:36 Export data in Saleae and CSV format 12:57 Extensions with Python programming 19:45 Community shared measurement extensions 22:36 My thoughts on software eating the instrument world ‣ Some links below are affiliate. I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. 📻 PRODUCTS MENTIONED Saleae 8-Channel Logic Analyzer 🤍 Si7021 sensor module 🤍 DHT11 sensor 🤍 🎩 DEMO FILES Code, Schematic for Si7021 temperature sensor 🤍 Code, Schematic for DHT11 temperature sensor 🤍 📺 WATCH NEXT Decoding UART, I2C, and a non-standard signal 🤍 🔗 LINKS SHOWN Calibrating instruments in the VLT control room 🤍 Oscilloscope images in Google search 🤍 Software is eating the world by Marc Andressen 🤍 Saleae Logic 2 Alpha software changelog 🤍 Adafruit Si7021 breakout board 🤍 Si7021 Datasheet 🤍 DHT11 sensor 🤍 DHT11 Datasheet 🤍 Saleae extensions 🤍 Saleae I2C Analyzer frame types 🤍 Firefox add-ons 🤍 Figma Extensions and Plugins 🤍 PulseView 🤍 🔌 TOOLS USED 🤍
Previous Video: 🤍 Download Logic 2: 🤍 Logic 2 Forum: 🤍 Welcome to our series of tutorials on Logic 2, a brand new application to debug your hardware using your Saleae Logic analyzer. In the previous video, linked below, we discussed the basics of PROTOCOL ANALYZERS and showed a few ways you can decode and view SPI data. In this video, we'd like to show a couple tips for organizing your workspace. This can be especially useful when working with several channels and analyzers like shown here. Tip #1 - You can rename your channels to better reflect the data line you are capturing. Note that when selecting the input channels for your protocol analyzer, it will show your custom name for the channel, rather than the channel number. Tip #2 - By dragging the channel's tab on the left, channels can be re-organized to your liking. Dragging the border of the channel on the left-pane allows channels to be resized. To resize multiple channels simultaneously, resize one channel to set a reference height. Then, right click within the waveform and click "Match all channels to current height." You can also match only DIGITAL channels to the current height. The same goes for ANALOG channels. Tip #3 - Logic 2 uses a variety of colors to help you differentiate parts of the software. This includes trace colors for the individual channels, which is also indicated on the very left of the software. It also includes analyzer colors - which determine the colors for the analyzer data boxes in your waveform. Here, we have a color for our UART data, a color for our I2C data, and a color for our SPI data. These can be set in the Analyzers panel by clicking on the colored box next to the analyzer. One tip is to set the analyzer color to match the channel that the data resides over. If you prefer working WITHOUT trace colors, you can turn it off by right clicking anywhere on the left pane and clicking remove trace colors. Tip #4 - You may also want to adjust the scaling for a recorded analog waveform. We've resized one of our analog channels to fit about half the screen. On MacOS, holding the Cmd key while dragging allows you to vertically scroll, while Cmd plus the mouse-wheel will vertically zoom. You can view these keyboard shortcuts by clicking on the Options button, and Keyboard shortcuts. On Windows and Linux, you'll find these keyboard shortcuts here next to Vertical Scroll and Vertical Zoom in and out. Tip #5 - For our final tip, you can hide the progress window during a capture by clicking the 'x'. This will convert the window into a progress bar on the side panel as shown here. Clicking on the progress bar will convert it back to a window. This setting is saved for subsequent captures. This wraps up our tutorial on organizing your workspace. We hope this helps in managing complex captures, especially when working with several channels and analyzers. In the next video, we plan on discussing more useful features on Logic 2. As always, if you have any specific questions or feedback, visit our Logic 2 forum in the link here (🤍
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i Logic Analyzer di saleae sono molto utili per debuggare problemi di elettronica legati ai circuiti di comunicazione o di switching. Questo è il Saleae Logic 8
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Demonstrating the Saleae Logic 16 logic analyzer with Arduino using the I2C communication protocol.
I've been trying to connect external devices to the micro:bit, and found it useful to attach the logic analyzer so that I could see what happened when my software tried to talk to a device. In this video, I do a demo of the Saleae software, and show what happens when I connect to the I2C bus of the micro:bit, and also when I look at the lines between the Arduino Uno and a 4 x 7 segment display (which has a serial interface, but not I2C).
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Want to know if a Saleae original logic analyzer is sniffing your bus traffic? It's easily done in software using a single digital I/O pin! 🤍 /
This is a video tutorial about PulseView software which is an open source Logic Analyzer software and an alternative to Saleae's Logic software. In this tutorial I have explained all necessary tools in PulseView which can be used to analyze your circuit without needing any paid software. Link to the software is given below 🤍
In this episode Shahriar takes a look inside the "Logic", "Logic16" and USBee SX which were reviewed in the previous episode. The PCBs get a closeup inspection along with some insight into the design of these products. How do they compare? Well, you'll have to watch the video to find out! Make sure to comment and join our Community Forum to discuss these products. Visit us at: http:/🤍TheSignalPath.com/ An electrical engineering video blog for students, hobbyist and hackers. Make sure you rate, leave a comment and join our community forum!
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This video is provided as a compliment to my web page at 🤍 The Saleae Logic Analyzer can be downloaded from 🤍 And the .logicdata files that I refer to can be downloaded from Google Drive at 🤍
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As our first episode (Part 1/2) Shahriar will review two products from Saleae: "Logic" and the brand new "Logic16″. The video review also features USBee SX which is a direct competitor to Logic. Logic ($149) and Logic16 ($299) can be purchased directly from Saleae's website or from one of their distributors. Make sure you watch the next episode where we take these units apart to see what makes them tick! Visit us at: http:/🤍TheSignalPath.com/ An electrical engineering video blog for students, hobbyist and hackers. Make sure you rate, leave a comment and join our community forum!
This video is a supplement to the "Hacking USB Webkeys" blog post on 🤍 It details how to use the Saleae Logic Analyzer to decode the EEPROM's (J24C02C) I2C bus on a USB Webkey (WEB-130C). Much more information can be found on the blog post! -Video by Brad Antoniewicz of Foundstone
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An unboxing and first impressions video of my Chinese Saleae Logic16 ripoff 16 channel Logic Analyzer . All in all I'm quite nicely surprised by this little item, especially for the price point I doubt there's much left to want: For $37.70 at the time of upload, the logic analyzer offers 16 channels, 4 reference ground channels, up to 32MHz snoopable signal frequency and seemingly full compatibility with the Saleae Logic software suite for analyzing the captured data. If you're interested in purchasing this particular model from the same vendor as I did, check out the link 🤍AliExpress: 🤍 or you could use my affiliate link for up to 50% discounts on other electronics products 🤍 🤍 (NOTE: I'm pretty new to the affiliate program, so I don't know for how long this link is going to be active).