A small, portable, USB-connected electronics lab-on-a-board that includes an oscilloscope, waveform generator, power supply, logic analyzer, and multimeter.
May 08, 2017
Where we at?
Hi everyone. Just a quick status update:
The final payment and design were sent to the manufacturer a week ago (27th April). Shipping should take place by the end of the month, but the exact date depends on them.
Logistics is currently being finalised. Just need to send them the information and payment.
Software is rock-solid stable on Windows (32 and 64-bit) now but still missing a few features. Multimeter R/C measurement is still not implemented, although it was working in the Matlab prototype more than a year ago so should be easy enough to transfer. The serial decoding on the Logic Analyzer is still having some troubles at higher speeds, and only supports 8N1 or 8N2 UART signals between 300 and 115200 baud.
Mac and Linux are in a similar development stage to Windows, but crash if you disconnect and reconnect the device.
Android is similar to the Mac and Linux build (including with the crash), but the interface needs some prettifying. Mac, Linux and Android all subclass from the same driver object, so fixing the crash in one should fix it in all.
A full, single-.exe installer has been sorted out, an .apk has been compiled (but not signed), as has the .app. Any advice for releasing a .deb would be appreciated, as I’m not 100% sure how to handle libraries and modifications to the udev rules.