The smallest fully featured USB powered protocol analyser platform on the market!

Industry’s smallest USB powered, wideband Bluetooth® 5.4 Protocol Analyser platform. Fully featured despite its tiny 90mm x 78mm x 20mm size, and fully upgradable, due to the moreph SDR core! Runs on Windows, macOS and Linux. With concurrent capture of BR/EDR, BLE, LE Audio, Channel Sounding, IEEE 802.15.4, and the Qualcomm, QBHSL & MediaTek, mHDTV1.0, High Speed Protocols. A powerful automation API, advanced features as standard and the comprehensive, configurable blueSPY GUI, put it in your pocket today!

Key features.

Concurrent wideband capture

  • BR/EDR, BLE, Qualcomm QBHSL, MediaTek mHDTV2.0, IEEE 802.15.4, LE Audio and CS (Single/Dual/+++ Mode options).
  • Simultaneous RX & TX over the entire 2.4GHz ISM band.
  • Live or post-capture decryption.
  • Custom 2.4 GHz PHY’s available upon request.


Advanced features

  • TRUE WiFi PACKET TIIMNG for timestamping WiFi packet arrival on all 13 channels simultaneously.
  • To TIMING.
  • audiopod. RFcreations audio latency measurement accessory.


Channel sounding (cs) capture

  • Capture all CS Sync and Tone packets.
  • CS Sync packets are timestamped to 10 ns precision.


Advanced logic analysis

  • Up to 16 logic channel option.
  • Configurable voltage threshold and hysteresis.


Small & portable

  • 90mm x 78mm x 20mm footprint.
  • USB powered.


blueSPY gui and api

  • blueSPY Protocol Analyser GUI and Automation API included with a perpetual licence that runs natively on Windows, macOS and Linux.


No, mini-moreph is a fully featured Protocol analyser which can also be connected to a host and used in a development environment, it just takes up less room on the desk!
No, mini-moreph has been optimised for size so currently can only be used as a sniffer. It can of course perform all the RF analysis required for sniffing but is not calibrated for Bluetooth specification measurement; the moreph30 can be used for either.
mini-moreph can be powered from a USB battery and boot from an internal SD card where any captures can be stored, there is no need for a host connection. As easy as carrying a smart phone and a must have for ‘field’ work.
For co-existence monitoring you need to know when the WiFi packet arrives; as both the Bluetooth and WiFi signals go through the moreph SDR, the packet timings are exact.

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