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November 6, 2014 at 9:09 pm #1994
Next block, lines 9 to 16 (00 to 07 in the screen shots). 10 and 16 exhibit the same three-level behavior as 4, 5, 7, and 8. None of them seem to carry any data besides the occasional sync.
9 seems to carry a lot of noise. It does not look like a true signal to me. It could be in trig-state mode with cross talk??
13 seems to be a short sync, but also seems to carry true data around the line 10/11 sync.
12, 14, and 15 are quite busy. 12 runs at about 6kHz, 14 at 300kHz, and 15 at 24kHz.
11 is a slow sync, going to 0V every 1.6 seconds.
On the logic side in a higher frequency, we can see a litte bit more: