Thanks to all the AVRfreaks for the views and interest in tiq - the project is now LIVE on Kickstarter:
Thanks for all the support and encouragement!
I'm preparing to launch a Kickstarter campaign and wanted to preview it here on the forum. I'll post the link when the campaign goes live.
The product is a handheld debug probe called "tiq".
tiq is a much-updated take on logic probes, with a high-performance pulse analyzer and a pulse generator built into a low cost handheld probe.
tiq is intended as a first-line and field tool, not a replacement for other tools, to give fast, detailed information for zeroing in on problems "“ many times it could be all you need.
Here's a video about tiq:
Please let me know if you have any questions about tiq.
Don't let the smoke out -