MPC56x NEXUS Debugger and Trace


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MPC56x NEXUS Debugger and Trace (Power Architecture)
  Highlights
Support for NEXUS standard class 1 to 3
Easy high-level and assembler debugging
Interface to all compilers
Program and data flow trace up to 100 MHz
16/32 M * 128 bit trace depth
Trace contents readable while sampling
Code coverage
Performance analysis
Trigger programming
Interface to all hosts
USB and ETHERNET interface included
Support for MPC533, MPC534, MPC535, MPC536, MPC561, MPC562, MPC563, MPC564, MPC565, MPC566
 
  Introduction
The Lauterbach product TRACE32-PowerTrace/NEXUS supports the NEXUS standard class 1 to 3. The hardware module for the NEXUS debugger is universal and allows to interface different target processors by simply changing the NEXUS adapter and starting a new software.


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Nexus Adaption for ETAS
Nexus Adaption for AMP50
Nexus Adaption for GA51
Nexus Adaption for MICTOR38




 
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Nexus Concept




The PowerNexus Module includes all systems for trace and debugging. Controlled by an PowerPC controller with 200 MHz it gives max. performance for fast download and trace upload.

 
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Controller


CPU

  • 200 MHz PowerPC
  • 64 MByte SDRAM

PODBUS Interface to PC, ETHERNET or TRACE32-ICE

Direct USB Interface

 
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Active Debugger


High-Speed Download

  • Up to 800 KByte/sec



Variable Debug Clock Speed

  • Variable up to 100 MHz
 
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Nexus Trace


Nexus Port

  • 40 Trace Channels for 100 MHz Operation

Trace Storage

  • 256/512 MByte Trace Storage
  • 16/32 MFrames
  • Full Dual-ported
  • 640 MByte/sec sample rate
  • Time Stamp 20 ns Resolution
  • Time Correlation and Tracking with other TRACE32 Tools

Code Coverage

  • Hardware Code Coverage
  • 4 Segments with 4 MByte each

Data Coverage

  • Hardware Data Coverage
  • 4 Segments with 256 KByte each

Shadow Memory

  • 4 Segments with 256 KByte each

Breakpoints

  • 4 Breakpoint Memory with 256 KBit each

Trigger Sequencer

  • 4 Trigger Levels
    • Goto
    • Continue
  • Trace Control
    • Enable
    • On
    • Off
    • Break
  • 3 Counters
    • Enable
    • On
    • Off
    • Restart
  • 2 Flags
    • On
    • Off
    • Toggle
  • 2 Markers
  • Break
    • Program
    • Trigger Bus
  • 2 Trigger Outputs

Trigger Delay

  • 0 .. 300 s

External Trigger

  • Input from PODBUS
  • Output to PODBUS

Performance Analyzer

Support for EPROM/FLASH Simulator

  • Breakpoints in ROM Area
  • 8, 16 and 32 Bit EPROM/FLASH Emulation

Trace-based Debugging (CTS)



  • Allows re-debuggging of a traced program section
  • Provides forward and backward debugging capabilities
  • High-level language trace display including all local variables
  • Timing and function nesting display
  • Has the ability to fill most trace gaps caused by the limited bandwidth of trace port


SmartTrace



  • Fills in missing code
  • Direct branch reconstruction
  • Indirect branch reconstuction with CTS
  • Memory and Register values from CTS


 
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IDE - Integrated Development Environment




 
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Connectors


Adaption for NEXUS Debugger on ETAS board
  • AMP 104549-6 40-pin
Adaption for NEXUS Debugger on AMP50 (Non Robust)
  • Low-Cost Connector
  • AMP 104549-7 50-pin
Adaption for NEXUS Debugger on GA51 (Robust)
  • Robust Connector
  • Glenair MR7580-51P2BNU
Adaption for NEXUS Debugger on Mictor
  • Provided by Lauterbach - no NEXUS standard
  • TE Connectivity 2-5767004-2 : RoHS compliant
  • TE Connectivity 767054-1
  • TE Connectivity 767061-1
  • TE Connectivity 767044-1 : Board-to-Board Type: Coplanar
 
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Details and Configurations






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Last generated/modified: 19-Oct-2016