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USB Logic Analyzer (EP2C5T144C7N)

2017-07-11 07:00  
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"I designed and built this board in mid 2007 as my very first FPGA (and soldering-intensive for that time) project. Its purpose was to sample a reasonable number of logic channels (24) at a high rate, and stream the data to a computer through high-speed USB 2.0"


USB Logic AnalyzerDescription

The board uses a small Altera Cyclone II FPGA (EP2C5T144C7N) and a NET2272 USB controller from NetChip. The FPGA was programmed with a mix of VHDL and schematic diagrams, and includes a minimal USB protocol handler entirely in hardware (no softcore processor was used).

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