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 on: Today at 11:24:59 am 
Started by sadman - Last post by sadman

this nice and good design with high accuracy in both volt and current measurements with temperature monitor and fan control according to temp of the heatsink. i just translated this good project and pack in single archive with code schematic pcb design and calibration instruction.


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 on: Yesterday at 07:31:44 pm 
Started by pacioc193 - Last post by mick
Simatic FuzzyControl

Fuzzy Logic Simulator

Fuzzy Logic in Labview

You may run fuzzyTECH in demo mode for free.
 This allows you to explore fuzzy logic with many application
 examples. You can work with the examples to analyze the fuzzy
 logic solutions provided, and test their performance using
animated software simulations. Even if you never purchase a
fuzzyTECH license, this free software gives you "first-hand"
 experience with real-world fuzzy logic design.

 on: Yesterday at 06:33:03 pm 
Started by dR-mR - Last post by Gallymimu
I dunno if it'll work with Sigrok (now or ever) as it's not on the compatibility list, so I hope the proprietary Chinese software won't be too awful...

As for 500MHz, that's beyond wishful thinking. Sure, you can sample a slow signal super fast (which is quite pointless), but that design with totally inadequate "dupont"-based probes (high inductance/high capacitance, coupled with super ghetto grabbers and all -- which is perfectly adequate for a $5 Logic8 clone) isn't gonna get close to sampling signals anywhere near this fast... If anything it'll just interfere with the signal integrity to the point of making those fast signals stop working. It should be able to do around 60MHz or so (perhaps 75). It doesn't appear much better than a $35 Logic16 clone (but almost as expensive as the real thing), sorry Sad

I don't think you are correct.  Keep in mind a 500MHz sample rate is really only suitable for maybe 50MHz asynchronous digital signals if you want to have ANY reasonable timing fidelity in the samples.

Granted at 50MHz crappy probes will start causing some poorer signal shape but it's perfectly reasonable to use and be effective.

For instance the Lecroy logic analyzers are 500MHz sample rates, they use what you indicate as "crappy" probes and it works just fine.  I doubt lecroy would sell a tool, sample rate, and probes that were essentially worthless as you indicate.

 on: Yesterday at 05:38:27 pm 
Started by luke72 - Last post by luke72
Noteelectronics engineering, mechatronics
knowledge on arm,pic,renesas,stm8 platforms
xc8 compilers
both hobby and work

 on: Yesterday at 12:42:09 pm 
Started by biomed12 - Last post by Sideshow Bob
You could of course also get second hand board from say ebay in order to save some money

 on: October 20, 2017, 06:57:37 18:57 
Started by cinife - Last post by cinife
NoteI'm a PIC HW/SW developer. I've a large knowledge in x86 assembly language and C/C++ sw development. Your PIC32 forum it's very interesting for me. The PIC development is for me a hobby.

 on: October 20, 2017, 02:27:13 14:27 
Started by cinife - Last post by cinife
NoteI'm a PIC32 programmer. This forum appears to be very useful for me (For hobby and for job).

 on: October 20, 2017, 01:20:20 13:20 
Started by dR-mR - Last post by Captain_Boblo

I have had that one for about 3-4 years, and I would say it is worth the money as it helped me track down a (literally) one in a billion event. 
I have a zeroplus LPA-C16032, various Saleae clones, Analog Discovery and Intronix logic port. 

The two I use the most are Logicport for parallel (34 channels are very useful for looking at transfers between FPGA and processors) and the Kingst LA5016 for serial transfers. 

The Logicport's small memory can be limiting at times and I find that I need to remove channels and carefully set triggers to capture what I want. 
The memory depth of the LA5016 is extremely useful, you can see waayyyy back in time.  The software seems to be stable enough but the trigger settings are limited.  There is a way of modifying the Logicport to bring out the trigger so that the more sophisticated triggers could be set on the Logicport and the LA5016 could have a sample edge trigger on the logicport's output. 

My LA5016 is labelled Jiankun. 

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