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New Powerful Entry-Level SPI Adapters From Byte Paradigm

New Powerful Entry-Level SPI Adapters From Byte Paradigm
Byte Paradigm has released two new versions of SPI Storm - SPI Host Adapter that supports, SPI, Quad-SPI and custom serial protocols in the same USB device. SPI Storm 50 and SPI Storm 10 support serial protocols as master up to 50 MHz and 10 MHz, at entry-level prices of 399,00 EUR (530 USD) and 299,00 EUR (400 USD) respectively. SPI Storm 10 features a 8 MB memory, while the higher end devices are equipped with a total 32 MB memory.
5th February 2013

Byte Paradigm Announces New High Speed Digital Data Logger

Byte Paradigm Announces New High Speed Digital Data Logger
Byte Paradigm announces LOG Storm, a new high-speed digital data logger used to record and troubleshoot embedded systems digital bus. The device encloses a 8 MSample memory buffer, enabling the sampling of large bursts of data up to 20 bits at 100 MHz.
23rd January 2013

Byte Paradigm sets a new standard for entry-level USB-controlled Digital Pattern Generators

Byte Paradigm sets a new standard for entry-level USB-controlled Digital Pattern Generators
Byte Paradigm sprl has upgraded the specifications of its entry-level Digital Pattern Generator. From September 1st 2011, Wave Generator Xpress will be delivered with a large 8 MB internal memory buffer and will support digital pattern generation up to 100 MHz.
31st August 2011


Using Multi-Gigabit Transceivers to Test and Debug FPGA

Introducing Thunder Series - This white paper introduces Byte Paradigm’s new Thunder Series probe. This new generation PC-based instrument uses FPGA multi-gigabit transceivers as high-speed interface for collecting trace data and inserting test pattern stimulus during FPGA testing and debugging. This paper shows the advantages of using high bandwidth links in combination with adequate embedded instrumentation IP implemented in FPGA.
28th June 2011

Byte Paradigm announces First Serial Protocol Host Adapter that supports Dual- and Quad-SPI protocols

Byte Paradigm announces First Serial Protocol Host Adapter that supports Dual- and Quad-SPI protocols
Byte Paradigm announced SPI Storm, an advanced Serial Protocol Host Adapter controlled from PC through USB interface. The device is capable of accessing ASIC, SoC, FPGA and other digital embedded systems that use serial protocols up to 100 MHz at their I/Os. Serial protocol can be chosen from a library of standard protocols that includes: SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface), variants of SPI on 3 wires, and for the first time, dual-SPI and quad-SPI protocols. Alternatively, SPI Storm StudioTM software allows defining custom protocols, including protocols requiring bidirectional signal lines. In addition, SPI Storm features a side 8-bit GPO (General-purpose Output) port that can be synchronized with the serial port, to extend the number of available signal for even more complex interfaces.
11th February 2011

Byte Paradigm debuts Powerful USB Digital Pattern Generators

Byte Paradigm debuts Powerful USB Digital Pattern Generators
Byte Paradigm has introduced GP-24116 and GP-24132, which combine a high-speed digital pattern generator, logic analyzer and bi-directional (SPI/I²C) host adapter with either 16MB or 32MB of internal memory. GP-241xx devices offer high-speed programmable bidirectional interfaces that allow the stimulation and analysis of digital electronic systems, providing flexible and powerful access to electronic devices under test.
19th January 2011

Byte Paradigm and Microport Computer Electronics Inc. to sell test instruments in Taiwan

Byte Paradigm (Nivelles, Belgium) and Microport Computer Electronics Inc. (Tainan, Taiwan) are pleased to announce that they are starting a collaboration to market Byte Paradigm's PC instrumentation products in Taiwan.
22nd September 2010

Whitepaper - Engineers increasingly vote for prototyping for embedded system debug

For the second year in a row, Byte Paradigm has conducted an online survey to understand the role of using a 'live' prototype for testing and debugging embedded systems. This year, we had a special attention to the equipment that the electronic engineer finds in its lab or on its desk to efficiently test and debug embedded systems. Results show that using a prototype is widely seen as a way to speed up debugging and that digital pattern generators are gaining success for the generation of digital input stimuli.
3rd September 2010

Byte Paradigm conducts market survey at the ESC 2010 in San Jose

Byte Paradigm is currently defining the main directions of its new products development strategy. In order to collect market intelligence, Byte Paradigm is going to conduct a survey from April 27th to April 29th, during this year's edition of the Embedded Systems Conference in the Silicon Valley.
26th April 2010

Byte Paradigm to conduct its annual survey on embedded system design in March and April

In an attempt to better understanding the needs of the hardware / software embedded system engineer in terms of testing and debuging, Byte Paradigm will be sustaining an important market research effort all throughout the year.
15th March 2010

Byte Paradigm and MTCS to sell test instruments in China

Byte Paradigm (Nivelles, Belgium) and MTCS Systems Engineering (Beijing, China) are pleased to announce that they are starting a collaboration to market Byte Paradigm's PC instrumentation products in China.
1st February 2010

Byte Paradigm announces the availability of GP-24100

Byte Paradigm announces the availability of GP-24100
Byte Paradigm has announced the availability of GP-24100 a PC-controlled USB 2.0 high speed device featuring digital pattern generator and digital data sampling capabilities. GP-24100 is used as logic signal source early in the digital system development cycle to substitute for components that are not yet available.
27th January 2010


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