TRACE32 Mixed Signal Probe


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TRACE32 Mixed Signal Probe
  Highlights
Record digital/analog signals and correlate them with program flow
Digital signals: 12 channels, 0V - 5V, 200 MSamples/s per channel, threshold 0.1V - 2.5V
Analog signals: 6 single-ended voltage channels, -12V - +12V, 13-bit resolution, 2 current sense channels, up to 240mV differential shunt resistor voltage, 1 MSample/s conversion rate


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Correlate Digital/Analog Signals to Program Flow


As soon as the Mixed Signal Probe is connected to the TRACE32 Trace Tool, half of the existing trace memory is available to it. If both the program flow data and the recorded digital/analog signals receive their time stamp from the TRACE32 Trace Tool, they can be displayed time-correlated in the TRACE32 GUI. TRACE32 Streaming allows to stream the program flow trace and signal recording to the host computer.

operation
 

Protocol Analysis


Based on the recorded signals, TRACE32 provides analysis for the following protocols: ASYNC (RS232), CAN, I2C, I2S, SPI as well as JTAG, SWD. Additional protocols can be adapted by DLLs or Shared Libraries.

operation
 

Energy Profiling


Energy Profiling
  • Find the program part causing the highest energy consumption
  • Locate unexpected power peaks
  • Check if power-saving modes are used efficiently
  • Current and voltage measurement with TRACE32 Mixed Signal Probe or TRACE32 Analog Probe
  • Time correlation with TRACE32 trace tools PowerTrace, CombiProbe, MicroTrace
  • Energy statistics on function and task level

 

Connector Pinout


Connector Pinout on Mixed-Signal Probe

 

TRACE32 Hardware that Supports the Mixed Signal Probe


PowerTrace III
  • 8 GByte trace memory
  • Fast trace upload to the host computer
  • Maximum bandwidth of 19.2 GBit/s
  • Universal trace module, connect to target via TRACE32 AutoFocus II or serial preprocessor
  • Support for parallel trace ports with up to 32-bit
  • Support for serial trace ports up to 4 lanes
  • Support for TRACE32 Streaming up to 400 MByte/s
  • TRACE32 Mixed-Signal Probe included (12 digital channels, 6 single-ended voltage channels, 2 current sense channels)

µTrace® for Cortex-M®
  • All-in-one debug and trace solution for Cortex-M
  • Recommended for single-core microcontrollers with Cortex-M
  • Recommended for multi-core microcontrollers with solely Cortex-M (single debug port)
  • 256MByte trace memory
  • USB 3 interface to the host computer
  • TRACE32 Streaming up to 150 MByte/s
  • TRACE32 Mixed Signal Probe supported

TRACE32 CombiProbe 2 for Arm® Cortex® -M
  • Recommended for debugging of multicore microcontrollers consisting of Cortex-M cores and cores from other architecture
  • Recommended for the parallel operation of two Cortex-M microcontrollers in safety-critical applications (hardware redundancy)
  • Debug cable and 512 MByte of trace memory
  • Whisker MIPI20T for Arm/Cortex and Whisker MIPI34
  • Provides TRACE32 AutoFocus capabilty for MIPI34 whisker
  • TRACE32 Streaming up to 85 MByte/s
  • TRACE32 Mixed Signal Probe supported

TRACE32 CombiProbe 2 for RISC-V
  • 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
  • TRACE32 Streaming up to 85 MByte/s
  • TRACE32 Mixed Signal Probe supported





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