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  1. The protocol options and features in WaveForms are great and do just what I need. The only issue it looks like Waveforms only supports one Protocol window, hence 1 UART. I need to monitor serial communications between two devices, which means I need two RX inputs. Is there a way to achieve this with the latest version?
  2. I'm using the Analog Discovery 2 and on WaveForms 3.8.2 I cannot figure out how to send and receive SPI data. I can read SPI traffic fine through the Logic Analyzer, but I've had no luck with the Protocol analyzer. I have some hardware that I'm debugging that sends commands to a SPI device. The Logic Analyzer tool shows this just fine (below). What I'd like to do is send other SPI commands using the Protocol tab but I've had no luck figuring out how to send commands (properly). As a first step, I'd like to reproduce what I see below in the logic analyzer but do it instead in the protocol tab. As you can see, I just get 0xFFs back in the Protocol window, whereas I'd expect to get 0xD7 0x24 0x12 0x04... Any ideas? I have never been able to get the Protocol tab to work in SPI mode. Has anyone else?
  3. Hello, I recently discovered the protocol analyzer feature of the analog discovery 2 (AD 2). I wanted to read some can data from my vehicle. Can I simply connect the AD 2 to the vehicle's CAN lines? or Would I need to interface the AD 2 and the vehicle with a CAN transceiver? I have been reading around and I am uncertain as to how to proceed.