CombiProbe for TriCore DAP


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  Highlights
Support for 2-pin DAP and 3-pin DAP in wide mode
DAP clock up to 160MHz
26-pin automotive connector

Same debug features as TriCore Debug Cable
128 MB of trace memory for DAP Streaming
DAP Streaming with up to 30 MByte/s
DAP Streaming for filtered tracing, GTM tracing and Compact Function Trace
TRACE32 Streaming for long-time recording

Support for emulation device of TC23x, TC26x, TC29x


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Tool Configuration


    Configuration of CombiProbe

    The photo on the left side shows a standard configuration with a USB3 interface to the host computer. The extended configuration shown on the right side allows to connect the tool to Gigabit Ethernet.

 
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Debug Features


    The TRACE32 CombiProbe for TriCore DAP provides the same debug features as the TRACE32 Debug Cables for the TriCore. For details refer to TriCore Debugger.
 
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DAP Streaming


    DAP Streaming means that the contents of the EMEM (onchip trace memory) is streamed to the TRACE32 CombiProbe while the program execution is running. DAP Streaming requires both XTM tiles.

Plain DAP Streaming

    Plain DAP Streaming allows to record up to 128 MByte of trace information.

    DAP Streaming

DAP Streaming and TRACE32 Streaming

    The amount of recorded trace information can be extended to several TBytes, if DAP Streaming is combined with TRACE32 Streaming. Trace information collected and buffered by the TRACE32 CombiProbe is immediately transferred to a file on the host computer in this operation mode.

    TRACE32 Streaming
 
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DAP Streaming Features


Compact Function Trace

    Compact Function Trace is a special program trace mode that allows nesting function run-time analysis for medium bandwidth trace ports. Trace messages are only generated for function calls and returns, interrupts and task switches.

    Compact Function Trace

Filtered Data Tracing

    The TriCore onchip trace logic MCDS allows to reduce the trace information to read/write accesses of interest. The run-time behaviour of selected variables can be analysed based of this information.

    Filtered Data Trace

Filtered Autosar Tracing

    Autosar events such as task switches, task services and ISR2s are observed in Autosar variables. A detailed analysis of the run-time behaviour of the Autosar OS is possible if trace messages for the write accesses to these Autosar variables are generated.

    Filtered Autosar Trace

GTM Tracing

    GTM Tracing allows both: the inspection of the instruction execution sequence and the verification of the timing of the TIM/TOM/ATOM channels.

    GTM Trace
 
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Adaptation


Adaption for CombiProbe TriCore DAP





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Last generated/modified: 28-Sep-2016