Total Phase Launches the Beagle USB Protocol Analyzer, a Low-Cost USB Monitor for Windows and Linux

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Total Phase is pleased to announce the release of version 1.0 of the Beagle(TM) USB Protocol Analyzer. The Beagle USB Protocol Analyzer is a low-cost, non-intrusive Full/Low-Speed USB protocol analyzer. This affordable bus-powered monitor is a valuable tool for USB hardware, firmware, and software engineers. Developers can observe USB bus transactions in real-time with bit-level timing information at 21 nanosecond resolution.

Total Phase is pleased to announce the release of version 1.0 of the Beagle(TM) USB Protocol Analyzer.

The Beagle USB Protocol Analyzer is a low-cost, non-intrusive Full/Low-Speed USB protocol analyzer. This affordable bus-powered monitor is a valuable tool for USB hardware, firmware, and software engineers. Developers can observe USB bus transactions in real-time with bit-level timing information at 21 nanosecond resolution.

"The Beagle USB Protocol Analyzer is a breakthrough in price and performance," says Kumaran Santhanam, senior product architect. "We've met many firmware and software engineers who don't have the luxury of a high-priced USB monitor. They end up wasting time chasing bugs that would have been easy to fix with a USB monitor at their desk."

Full-featured and low-cost

The Beagle USB Protocol Analyzer has a wealth of features including: real-time data capture and display, real-time interactive filtering, and device descriptor parsing.

The Beagle analyzer comes complete with software for only USD$400 in single-unit quantities. Additional discounts are available for larger volumes.

The Beagle analyzer is field-upgradeable, underscoring a commitment by Total Phase to make improvements to the Beagle USB analyzer available to customers. There are no additional yearly support contracts. There are no software update fees.

Thanks to the Beagle analyzer's low cost, companies can afford to provide every engineer with his or her own analyzer. That means engineers do not have to schedule time to share an analyzer with other developers. The bottom line is that companies save time, effort, and money.

About Total Phase

Founded in 2001, Total Phase is dedicated to creating simple, affordable, and powerful development tools for the embedded systems engineer.

Please visit us online at http://www.totalphase.com/

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