I used a logic analyzer to read the data line from a small camera battery and would like to understand the authentication my camera is doing to the battery over the one data line. Is there any way to identify the communication protocol and other relevant data using pulseview or other logic analyzer software? I see there is a decoder option but my understanding is that will tell you what's going on if you already know the protocol. Is there some type of protocol detection setting?
I cannot ID the chip sending the data to figure out the pinout and have tried to decode the signals with random protocols in PulseView but nothing has come of it. I am new to this so maybe I haven't tried the right protocol yet. It's also possible it's just reading an EPROM ID number but I'm not sure how I can confirm this or the difference between reading eprom vs actually communicating. When the camera cannot communicate with the battery (a third party battery) it powers itself off after a few seconds.
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