TRACE32 CombiProbe 2 for RISC-V


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Standard Tool Configuration
Extended Tool Configurations
Connection Cables


TRACE32 CombiProbe 2 for RISC-V
  Highlights
Recommended for debugging of multicore microcontrollers consisting of RISC-V cores and cores from other architectures
Recommended for the parallel operation of two RISC-V microcontrollers in safety-critical applications (hardware redundancy), requires two MIPI20T Whisker

Debug cable and 512 MByte of trace memory
Whisker MIPI20T and Analog Probe
TRACE32 Streaming up to 85 MByte/s


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Standard Tool Configuration


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The left photo shows the TRACE32 standard configuration with USB3 as host interface. The right photo shows the TRACE32 configuration for Gigabit Ethernet.

 

Extended Tool Configurations


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Extended Tool Configurations for CombiProbe 2 for RISC-V

The left photo shows a configuration with two identical whiskers as it is required for the parallel operation of two RISC-V microcontrollers in safty-critical applications. The right photo shows a TRACE32 Analog Probe connected via a Converter CombiProbe/uTrace to PI-Analog Probe. The TRACE32 Analog Probe enables an energy profiling of your application.

 

Connection Cables


Whisker MIPI20T for RISC-V
  • Support for MIPI20T and MIPI10 pinout
  • Support for standard JTAG, SWD and cJTAG (IEEE 1149.7)
  • 400 MBit/s per trace channel
  • Voltage range 1.2V to 5V

TRACE32 Analog Probe
  • 4 voltage channels: 12-bit resolution, input range 0..5 V, impedance 1 MOhm
  • 3 current channels with 5% accuracy: external shunt required
  • Sampling rate of 625 KSamples/sec





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