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Not sure which product is right for your needs? Support Question of the Week: The benefits of every developer having their own analyzer are:. Eligible Software and firmware upgrades are always freely available in the Downloads section of this website.
This website requires cookies to provide all of its features. Perfect for engineers in the field and in the lab. This makes the Beagle monitor the ideal tool for engineers in the field. USB Drivers – Windows.
Beagle I2C/SPI/MDIO Protocol Analyzer
We also have a Veagle Start Guide to help you get started. USB Drivers – Linux. The Beagle analyzer can return bit-level timing down to a 20 ns resolution. Discount applied at checkout. The low cost makes it affordable for a company to provide every developer with their own analyzer.
Total Phase is committed to improving the Beagle analyzer and making these improvements available to our customers. This provides two major benefits.
Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer Quick Start Guide – Total Phase
As a high speed device, all the protocop captured by the Beagle monitor are transferred to the test computer at Mbps. Related Blog Posts Protocol Analyzer: As a bus-powered device, the Beagle monitor does not require a power adapter. Level Shifter Board Price: Depending on user configuration, the maximum orotocol capture throughput for continuous streaming applications may be less than 24 MHz.
The Beagle analyzer provides a high performance bus monitoring solution in a small, portable package.
Data Center Software v2. The Beagle analyzer has high-impedance inputs so it will not affect the system under test and distort the results.
The Beagle monitor is completely field-upgradable via USB. You will never have to worry about being out of step with the latest software features.
Not only can you get timings for an entire packet, it is also possible to get timing for each individual bit in the packet. To accept cookies from this site, please click the Allow button below.