I've been using a picolog 1216 with the PicoLog 6 software. This works quite reliable, but I would like to use it with Sigrok .
Sigrok is open source software that can be used to capture data from logic analyzers, oscilloscopes and other devices, and decode a lot of digital protocols. Users can also define their own protocol decoders. Sigrok does not support any Pico Technology devices at this time .
There are 4 things needed to build support for Pico Technology devices into sigrok:
A) Permission to distribute needed firmware for the device, so that sigrok can load the firmware into the device when it's plugged in.
B) Knowledge about the protocol used to load the firmware into the devide
C) Knowledge about the protocol the device uses to be controlled from the PC, and how it reports the samples.
D) People with enough time and determination to write the driver for Sigrok using the information mentioned under A,B and/or C.
Is Pico Technology willing to support the development of a Sigrok driver, by providing the knowledge mentioned under A,B and/or C ?