vonnieda

Member Since: March 20, 2006

Country: United States

  • Coincidentally, I went down the rabbit hole with CRCs yesterday and found some good resources.

    1. You can get the CRC paper directly from Dr. Williams' site at http://ross.net/crc/download/crc_v3.txt
    2. PyCRC ( https://pycrc.org/ ) is amazing. It's a Python tool that generates C code for any "RockSoft" CRC parameters.
    3. https://crccalc.com/ is great for quickly checking a CRC across a huge number of parameters.
  • Sorry, my response was meant for MauriceRibble.

  • regnirps: This looks promising. Any gain setting? A/D resolution? Input impedance? How many channels of what type? Buffer size?
    I own Logic (the USB logic analyzer in the related products) and I can't say enough about it. It's excellent! It all comes down to the software in this case. The software for Logic is intuitive, snappy and super easy to use and lets you get right to the data you need. I highly recommend it.
    Logic's software is currently Windows only, but the inventor is currently porting it to Mac and Linux. I very much hope the Mac version is just as good as the Windows version.

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