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Plug Beagle analyzer into a USB 2.0 port and its ready for action

Posted: 28 Oct 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:total phase? protocol analyzer? beagle i2c? spi?

New Beagle I?C/SPI protocol analyzer

Total Phase rolled out a low-cost analyzer that can non-intrusively monitor high-speed I?C (up to 4MHz) and SPI (up to 24MHz). With the new Beagle I?C/SPI protocol analyzer, embedded systems engineers can see bus transactions in real-time with bit-level timing information down to 20ns resolution.

According to Kumaran Santhanam, senior product architect, the company's mission is to provide the best tool at an affordable price. "The Beagle I?C/SPI protocol analyzer is a fantastic tool for embedded engineers. It is a perfect complement to the Aardvark I?C/SPI host adapter," Santhanam said.

Field application engineers will appreciate the Beagle analyzer's small footprint, making it a suitable tool for debugging in the field. Since the Beagle analyzer draws power from USB, there are no additional power adapters. Just plug it into a high-speed USB 2.0 port and the Beagle analyzer is ready for action, said the company.

The royalty-free API of the Beagle I?C/SPI protocol analyzer is suitable for automated testing environments. Test fixtures can use the Beagle API to make full use of the entire feature

set of the Beagle analyzer. The net result is a fast, efficient and cost-effective testing solution for

manufacturing production lines.

The new protocol analyzer comes complete with analysis software and royalty-free API for $300 in single unit quantities. There are no additional yearly support contracts and no software update fees.

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