State and Performance Analyzer
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Frequently Asked Questions
120 Trace Channels
High-Speed 50ns Cycle Time
Large Trace Depth (32 KFrames)
Trace Memory Depth programmable from 0.1 K to 32 K
Two Operating Modes - FIFO and STACK
Freely defined Markers can also be recorded to highlight specific Routines
Time Correlation available with Logic Analyzer
Internal Expansion Capability
For emulator modules which need more than 24 bits of address or more than 16 bits of data, the necessary extra bits are built into the emulator module itself.
External Trigger Inputs
Free Format Definition of Data Events
Data events can be specified with constants, masks, range or boolean formulae.
Hex and Mnemonic Display of Trace Data
Graphical Data Display
Complex Search and Compare Functions
Save and Reload of Trace Data
PC Display on Real-Time Emulation
5 Trigger Outputs
Programmed via a special Window
The programming of this complex trigger unit is done in an assembler-like language for maximum flexibility. Using this language, the programming of very complex trigger sequences or operations can be defined.
Fast programming via window
The most program settings can be made by menu based fast programming window
All output operators and input variables can be input in symbolic form. The target program symbols can also be used.
Free Format Definition of Data, Address and Trigger Events
Time and Event Measurements with up to 3 Counters
There are 3 40 bit counters available for event measurement or event triggering. All counters are re-triggerable and can be evaluated as a part of an expression in the trigger sequences. Each counter can be programmed as a timer for timing measurements or an event counter.
3 Universal Counters - 40 Bit
All Counters can be read `on the fly'
A display of the count values, the trigger values, the trigger levels and the trigger flags is available in the trigger monitor window.
Independent of the trigger levels, there are 3 freely programmable trigger flags. These flags can be read during triggering and can be used as input variables by the trigger sequencer.
48 input variables
48 Output Functions
The Time Stamp Unit tags each trace record with a time value. These values are absolute and sychronised with all the other time values within the TRACE32 system.
Controlled by software, the captured address ranges can be collected.
The statistic unit measures independently from the trace memory, the run time of specific modules of the program. Using this, the average execution time, the average execution frequency and the absolute number of calls to the entry point of a routine can be measured. Up to 63 routines can be monitored in this way.
Selection of Address Ranges
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Last generated/modified: 13-Dec-2016