27 Sep '13, 11am

An Improvised ATtiny2313 Logic Analyzer

Well I wont say it’s trivial. This guide may be of interest: http://www.jwandrews.co.uk/2011/12/saleae-logic-analyser-clone-teardown-and-reprogramming/ I successfully followed this guide using a windows Xp virtualbox machine. In particular you are looking to program the eeprom with values that make it look like a usbee zx. This is basically a 8 byte string that the software will read upon start. I made a mistake and accidentally got it programmed to be a Salae analyzer to begin with (Logic will automatically configure an “unprogrammed device”). So I never got a chance to try it with a “blank”/”fresh” device. As for software it works with the latest version of Usbee zx suite. I have successfully decoded async communication (that is what usbee suite calls it, this is what is used to communicate with your average arduino). You may also want the cypress usb driver, I’m not sur...

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hackaday.com 27 Sep '13, 11pm

Here is a very nice project that [Znaxque] finished a few months ago: a simple nixie clock made with logic gates only. In ...