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Nuts & Volts Magazine (April 2006)

Octal Logic Probe

By Jim Brannan    View In Digital Edition  

When prototyping with single chip computers like the PIC, SX, etc., it is often necessary to determine if multiple outputs are correct. So, I created an octal logic probe that can be plugged directly into a prototyping socket to view eight adjacent pins at once. Several can be used to monitor the complete chip...


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Circuits 2006-04 (design files)