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robert.rozee
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Posted: 07:29am 21 Jan 2023
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just happened upon the following:
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/projects/usb-sniffer-using-rp2040/

it uses just a PICO and a USB extension cable to monitor Full Speed and Low Speed traffic. looks like it could be useful in diagnosing issues with USB devices.

there is also a link to a nice RP2040 PCB that brings out all 30 GPIO lines:
https://github.com/ataradov/breakout-boards/tree/master/rp2040


cheers,
rob   :-)
 
JohnS
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Posted: 11:22am 21 Jan 2023
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Good find!

John
 
Grogster

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Posted: 11:58pm 21 Jan 2023
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Yes, that looks like it could be useful if you are working with USB coding.
I'm far to scared of USB technically speaking, so I leave that to others who know what they are doing, and stick to my old-school UART.
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Quazee137

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Posted: 02:38am 22 Jan 2023
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Here's something done in forth on the pico.

SPLAT - A Logic Analyzer for the RPi Pico RP2040
 
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