In this series of articles I describe how you can write a Linux loadable kernel module (LKM) for an embedded Linux device. This is the second article in the series — please read “Writing a Linux Kernel Module — Part 1: Introduction” before moving on to this article, as it explains how to build, load and unload loadable kernel modules […]
I recently purchased the Digilent Analog Discovery (Revision C). In this post I am looking at the Digital features, in particular the Pattern Generator and Logic Analyzer functionality.
Test Circuit Setup
For this test circuit I am going to use a JK Flip-Flop, in this case a negative-edge triggered JK Flip-Flop, the 74HCT112N, which is manufactured by NXP/Philips. Like all JK Flip-Flops, it […]