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New alternative firmware

PostPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2019 4:54 pm
by trescurieux
Hi
I've be toying with an alternative firmware for the DSO150
It is based on the stm32duino project + some pieces of code derived from pig -o-scope

It is still early software, but is is usable
Homepage :
https://github.com/mean00/DSO_STM32Duino

First demo binaries here :
https://github.com/mean00/DSO_STM32Duino/releases

Instructions :
https://github.com/mean00/DSO_STM32Duino/wiki/swd
https://github.com/mean00/DSO_STM32Duino/wiki/flashing

I've also mades a hardware mod to use the usb interface of the STM32 and rewire the rotary encoder to the RX/TX uart pin
That makes the rotary encode much more responsive

Again, this is early software. It is usable but contains bugs. I think you can revert without problem to Jye firmware, since we dont touch the eeprom, but i'm not 100% positive.

Re: New alternative firmware

PostPosted: Wed Jul 31, 2019 9:03 am
by MorganFlint
Thank you for your work!

Re: New alternative firmware

PostPosted: Sat Aug 17, 2019 8:58 am
by trescurieux
Hi
The fourth version (v1.3 https://github.com/mean00/DSO_STM32Duino/releases) fixes most of the issues
in particular unresponsive rotary encoder.
It should be on par with the official firmware, except some minor UI glitches.

The last item on my todo is the single shot mode (it's partially in git) .

Next is porting to DSO138, should be relatively easy, from a sw point of view they are very close.
And as a bonus, the DSO138 has SWD AND USB interfaces for free without the need to solder anything.

Re: New alternative firmware

PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 2:30 pm
by trescurieux
v1.4 brings fine voltage calibration and overall better accuracy by better using the ADC available voltage range
As a bonus, calibration makes it work fine with older & newer analog board revisions where the gain is slightly different