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Dev board becomes 10MHz 8-channel logic analyser

The ever-observant Andy C has drawn my attention to a Hack-a-day article that points to a neat-looking logic analyser built on a Texas Instruments development board.

The only hardware required is the board – a Stellaris Launchpad.

Stellaris is TI’s family of ARM Cortex-M3 and Cortex-4F based microcontrollers, that it originally acquired when it bought Luminary Micro.

Andy is a C guru and CEO of drum-less drum kit firm Midistix

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