thank you very much for your quick answers.
I think I'm going to buy the LAP-C 16032 and try the EEPROM upgrade only. I Really do not need more than 16 channel, however I can use a little bit of extra memory
Now I'm going to ask a "stupid" question, so please forgive me
If I understand correctly, the LAP-C 16032 (or 16128) is capable of sampling signals on a bus and stores the captured samples in the buffer (the storage space should be the channel depth... is it right?). What I do not understand is how many samples can be stored.
I think it is depends from the bus data (it should store only state changes in the bus signal and not all samples...is it right?).
I 'm going to work with SPI (12MHz bus speed)and I2C, how many seconds of data can be captured? (this is the stupid question
The logic sniffer is quite interesting, and I like it because I can use it on Linux too, however I'm afraid it has not enough RAM. I saw on you tube you can store 2sec max of data.
Why do you prefer the Logic Sniffer to the LAPC?