News - TRACE32® supports Qualcomm® Hexagon™ DSP Processor

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Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn, 08-Mar-2016

TRACE32® supports Qualcomm® Hexagon™ DSP Processor

Hexagon Digital Signal Processor (DSP) is a world class processor with both CPU and DSP functionality and supports the deeply embedded processing needs of the mobile platform for both multimedia and modem functions. The Hexagon architecture and family of cores provides a competitive advantage in performance and power efficiency for modem and multimedia applications and is a key component of all of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon™ processors.

The TRACE32 tools provide quick and effective debugging through a standard JTAG interface for the entire debug process, including run control, source code debugging and many other features. These tools can be connected to the host via USB 3.0 or Gigabit Ethernet ports. The included TRACE32 PowerView software provides an efficient and user-friendly interface for high-level language (HLL) debugging of C and C++.

The trace tools of TRACE32 connect to the integrated trace port of the target cores and record program flow information directly from the core in real time. The Lauterbach software provides many complex analysis tools that enable developers to study this recording in great detail to find those complex issues that arise only under runtime conditions. In addition the time-stamped program flow can be analyzed to provide an overall view of the system performance as well as quality assurance features such as code coverage. With a trace buffer of up to 4GB and the possibility of unlimited streaming to the host computer, a large amount of program flow information can be collected and analyzed.

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Supported Qualcomm Devices

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