Website http://sigrok.org
Contact uwe@hermann-uwe.de
Description Portable, GPL'd software suite (including protocol decoders) for logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, MSOs, multimeters, function generators, and more.
Members Abraxa, Esden, Uwe Hermann
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Related to assembly PaparazziUAV
Tags open source, free software, hardware, hardware hacking, electronics, open-hardware, test&measurement, logic analyzer, oscilloscope, multimeter, mso, function generator, protocol decoder, reverse engineering, protocols
Registered on 10 November 2015 22:00:59
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Location
Note: The location on the map does not represent a reservation of a location and might not represent the actual place, where a assembly can be found. The place can be changed within the form of the assembly by anyone. It will be updated by the assembly itself on day 0 or day 1 as soon as the actual location is known.
Orga contact uwe@hermann-uwe.de
Brings Tons of test&measurement gear, including logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, MSOs, multimeters, function generators, dataloggers, anemometers, sound level meters, GPIB gear, programmable power supplies and lots more. All kinds of logic analyzers probes for probing fine-pitch devices, 3D-printed 3rd-hand style fixtures and more.
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 12
Extra seats 3
Assembly specification want sit public
Planning notes Somewhere near the PaparazziUAV assembly would be great (due to developer overlap).
past congress review

UPDATE: The sigrok table is located on level 1 ("hackcenter"), near the big hanging "PaparazziUAV" sign. There's a "sigrok" sign/paper on the (round) table.

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The sigrok project aims at creating a portable, cross-platform, Free/Libre/Open-Source signal analysis software suite that supports various device types, such as logic analyzers, MSOs, oscilloscopes, multimeters, LCR meters, sound level meters, thermometers, anemometers, light meters, dataloggers, function generators, power supplies, GPIB interfaces, and more.

It is licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL. Design goals and features include:

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  • Broad hardware support. Supports many different logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, multimeters, data loggers etc. from various vendors.
  • Cross-platform. Works on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, and FreeBSD (and on x86, ARM, Sparc, PowerPC, ...).
  • Scriptable protocol decoding. Extendable with stackable protocol decoders written in Python 3.
  • File format support. Supports various input/output file formats (binary, ASCII, hex, CSV, gnuplot, VCD, ...).
  • Reusable code. Consists of the libsigrok and libsigrokdecode shared libraries which can be used by various frontends/GUIs.

Plan

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We'll be hacking on the sigrok code: architecture, core hardware library, protocol decoder library API, GUIs, and Python protocol decoders plus their API.

We'll have a ton of supported (and yet to be reverse engineered) test & measurement gear with us, including logic analyzers, MSOs, oscilloscopes, multimeters, sound level meters, dataloggers, function generators, and lots more. If you need to use some of it for righteous hacking and reverse engineering, come over!

Bring your own device if you own models we don't yet support or know about. We'll be happy to have a look! This year we're particularly interested in GPIB/USBTMC/VXI-connected gear like bench multimeters, signal generators and power supplies.

Chat with us, give us your suggestions which features you'd like to see, which devices you want to be supported, which protocol decoders you'd like to have, or even help us write some drivers/decoders!

Contact

See sigrok.org for more information, or join the mailing list, or chat with us in the #sigrok IRC channel on Freenode.