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The Perytons team

Version 4.1 is on its way

Hello everyone, We are excited about the expected release of Perytons analyzer version 4.1. This release is now in the final QA stages and is due within a couple of weeks. This version include ZigBee profile updates for ZigBee Home Automation, ZigBee Smart Energy and other clusters and profiles. In the User Interfaces, we added…

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Capture vs. Workspace files – differences and usability

Save Workspace (under the File menu) allows keeping the exact analyzer state so you can get back to it later or easily share it with others: Workspace files hold the time-bookmarks, message and device notes, messages with their order and expand collapse state in Message View, used Open Source Rules and more: Note that Workspace…

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Perytons on-line file converter

The Perytons on-line file converter allows converting other analyzers files into the Perytons capture file format. Users without a compatible front-end capturing hardware but with files captured by other analyzers, can take advantage of the unique features of the Perytons analyzer and get first hand experience of the Perytons features and capabilities. The web-based file…

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Perytons analyzers support Digi Protocols

Perytons analyzers support the standard 802.15.4/ZigBee protocol including its profiles. Additionally, the analyzers support other 802.15.4 based protocols like 6LoWPAN and RF4CE. The Digi XBee modules can run two different protocol stacks: 1. Standard ZigBee 2. A proprietary DigiMesh protocol. If you use the standard ZigBee, you can use the standard Perytons Analyzer. If you…

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Find the RF Activity of your Test Environment

Frequently, it is important to find out the “RF Picture” before testing your wireless system. You can use the Perytons analyzer to find out the RF traffic and interference in your test environment, at the lab or in the field. The analyzer provides per channel RF noise measurement helping identify interference sources such as WiFi,…

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Perytons Software Development Kit (SDK) Add-On Module

The Peryton-SDK add-on module enables users to incorporate their own proprietary protocol or application layers into the Perytons Protocol Analyzer environment, and to take advantage of the analyzer’s unique features and capabilities when analyzing their proprietary protocol. The SDK allows integrating the SDK code into the analyzer’s Message View and other sections. The Perytons SDK…

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