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'[EE] $22 FPGA-Based Logic Analyzer'
2016\10\27@153602 by Harrison Cooper

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2016\10\27@160339 by Jean-Paul Louis

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I was looking at the same article yesterday. $22 for the demo board is nice, but I am trying to figure out is the application I was envisioning will fit in the small ICE device.

I would love a demo board like that with a larger FPGA.

Just my $0.02,

Jean-Paul
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2016\10\27@164630 by Denny Esterline

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Interesting - it showed up on Hackaday yesterday.

http://hackaday.com/2016/10/26/an-open-source-96-msps-logic-analyzer-for-22/


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2016\10\27@202547 by Jean-Paul Louis

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That’s where I saw it.

I like Lattice products. I have used their ultra fast PLD to extend the range of an Oscillator.
I also played with their Mach series, MachX02, and small FPGA ECP2.


Jean-Paul
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