DSLogic Pro is an upgrade product from DSLogic project.
DSLogic is an Open-Source, Low-cost & Extensible electronic instrument for makers and electronic enthusiasts, which consists of DSLogic-Core and extension modules. DSLogic-Core is a re-configurable circuit board based on FPGA technology with maximum 400MHz sampling rate and 256Mbit on-board memory. DSLogic-Core can work alone as a fully functional logic analyzer, along with various extension modules. DSLogic can also work as oscilloscope, data acquisition system, protocol analyzer and even RF analyzer.
DSLogic was successfully funded on KICKSTARTER.
Unibody aluminum shielded case
Continuous Adjustable threshold
Up to 1G samples at stream mode
Support more than 40 protocol analyzers
Advanced triggering option support
External trigger support
State sample support
USB interface, USB powered
Extensible & Reconfigurable
Shielded wire bundle included
Input channels number: 16
Max Sampling rate: 400M @ 4 channels / 200M @ 8 channels / 100Mbps @ 16 channels
Max Sampling depth: 1G/channel @ stream mode / 16M/channel @ buffer mode
Hardware memory size: 256Mbits
Threshold voltage: 0 ~ 5V (continuous adjustable, 0.1v step)
Min pulse width can be captured: 5ns
Input bandwidth: 50MHz
Max state clock input: 50MHz
Trigger position support
Advanced trigger stages: 16 stages
Advanced trigger count: 16 bits
Advanced trigger set: 2 sets per stage
Input voltage range: -30 ~ + 30V
Input impedance: 250Kohm // ~7pF
State sample support
External trigger input support
External trigger output support
Support OS: windows, Linux, OS X
Dimensions: 79 x 74 x 9mm
DSLogic Pro: x 1
Shielded wire bundles: x 1
Clips for logic analyzer: x 16
USB cable: x 1
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Lack of Support I finally got this working on my Windows 10 machines. The experience left me with the feeling this is a dead end product. There is little activity on the official and unofficial forums I could find. There has also been little activity on GitHub for the official DSView software recently, and there is no certified driver. With the latest versions of Win10, you have to compromise the security of your system to install the drivers, something I am less and less comfortable doing. I don't know the entire process required to get drivers certified, but I do know as Microsoft has tightened restrictions, they've made it cheaper, and I believe easier, to certify.