How do you rate PulseView v0.5.0 software?

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Hello Friends,

I have bought a cheap Hantek 6022 which has a logic analyser and Oscope.

 

 

Its official software is outdated and useless.  Luckily, there are open source software suite and drivers for it.  Finally, I can run my Hantek on PulseView and Openhantek.

 

How do you rate PulseView v0.5.0 as a logic analyser?  Its GUI is great and support, hundred of protocols, I think.  Here shows a small part of its supported protocols.

 

 

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I use Saleae software with genuine Saleae and with clone Saleae Logic Analysers.

 

I have never got on with PulseView.

 

YMMV.

 

David.

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I have a Saleae "clone" but, so that I don't violate Salae's intellectual rights, I use it with Sigrok's Pulseview - it's very good.

 

The full protocol list is:

 

https://sigrok.org/wiki/Protocol...

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I have done a little bit of I2C troubleshooting using Pulseview and a FT232H and it worked very well.  To trace longer transactions I found it easier to just dump the decoded protocol output via sigrok cli.

 

Commercial tools will probably have a slicker interface and more functionality (and will probably only support Windows?), but sigrok/Pulseview is in my mind a great tool.

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ccrause wrote:

I have done a little bit of I2C troubleshooting using Pulseview and a FT232H and it worked very well.  To trace longer transactions I found it easier to just dump the decoded protocol output via sigrok cli.

 

Commercial tools will probably have a slicker interface and more functionality (and will probably only support Windows?), but sigrok/Pulseview is in my mind a great tool.

 

For only US$80, with 16 channels LA 10MHz sampling and 40MB data; plus 2 scope channels; high quality open source software and drivers, no one can complain any more.

 

The only draw back is: you must be a power user to install those open source drivers and software.

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But the channel names and colours cannot be saved as a session setup.

 

Any body knows how to save these in PulseView v0.5.0?  I want to save channel colours the same as my cable colours connected to my Hantek pins.  frown