Last week, I returned from a 12 day survey, which was at Black Sea. And I’ve also been working on a board for work recently. Since we have a 50Mhz 2-channel oscilloscope with 16-channel logic analyzer on the boat, it was pretty fun to work on the board there.
But eventually I came back home, and all I have is a 25Mhz 2-channel oscilloscope and a USBee AX Pro clone logic analyzer from China. The LA works good with the original software, but it’s Windoze only, and it’s not very stable. So I found Pulseview.
I’m not going to show you how to install it on your box, since you can find the instructions for every OS here. All I needed was libsigrok, libsigrokdecode, and pulseview, so I installed them from the git repos. It’s an awesome program, but I wish it would let me save screenshots of the visuals (scrot is good enough for now), and also let me save the setup for later use (there’s a save session option and it works without loading the decoders, yet I can’t reaccess the device after opening the saved session). It sucks to setup and rename every channel, and decoder every time. Anyway, here are two screenshots.