Updating the software on Windows now takes 3 clicks. Still working on MacOS & Linux, where it now downloads the new version but does not install it. (Note this doesn’t help until AFTER you’ve installed this update )
UI improvements for the main menu, analyzer settings, and the device selector.
Added a new keyboard shortcut help menu.
The measurements right-click menu is now easy to open
The protocol results panel width now resizes nicely with the protocol results table columns widths.
It seems like the default scale for analog channels is +/- 10V, and the scale does not automatically adjust to the signal like in v1.2.19, so the signals look pretty small if I don’t go in and scroll manually.
I don’t know what would be a good default for most people, personally I’m working with battery powered stuff, so I don’t need anything outside of 0-3.3V.
We are planning to add an auto-fit feature for analog channels, but we don’t have it yet. We’re currently focused on improving the digital experience, so it might take a while until we’ll add that, I’m sorry about that.
However, you can zoom-in (Ctrl+scroll up) and once you set it up, that configuration will be saved for all of your future captures, even after you close the app.
Hi! First of all thank you for the great tool, and have saved tons of my time!
And now about alpha) I noticed that delay between analog and digital was increased rapidly between stable version and this alpha (44ns -> 430ns, almost in 10 times!)
I am using Logic Pro 8
Sample rate is 500 MS/s for digital and 50 MS/s for analog channel in both cases
Hey, I don’t know if this problem still persists in Alpha 14. Though in Alpha 13 I just bumped into a problem where my JTAG analyzer just didn’t agree to analyze anything, and sometimes even caused my screen to go completely blank.
I am using Logic 16 Pro on Windows 10 64bit, But the analyzer didn’t work properly on my Linux VM either.
After starting the GUI for the first time, I’m getting a message that says that it cannot download the calibration file, then the GUI hangs. Well, not quite hang - the capture is running but it does not trigger and I cannot stop it. I have to kill it and start over. While it is running, I get the message shown below. This started happening in the last release, it isn’t new with this release.
We haven’t implemented the code that corrects for the offset between analog and digital yet. It’s surprisingly tricky to get right. The good news is that we designed the new software from the ground up to support a fractional sample offset between the digital and analog channels, which means once we have it right, we’ll be able to have the analog and digital channels better aligned than in the Logic 1 application. The Logic 1 application had a maximum analog to digital offset error of +/- 1 sample of the slower of the two sample rates, which was particularly bad when using significantly slower samples rates for analog than for digital. We should be able to make the new application more precise.
This is core software functionality that we’ll add soon.