8/29/2005 - The Universal Debug Engine (UDE) 1.12 of pls Programmierbare Logik & Systeme GmbH makes it more easy than ever for design engineers to enter the world of ARM7 and ARM9 micro-controllers. The latest Version of this well established debug and test tool not only provides a variety of additional features as e.g. a Graph Window for display of pre-processed data from the target in two-dimensional scientific diagrams. This versatile tool, which is applicable in design as well as in production or service environments comprises 100 application examples for three ARM compilers and eleven evaluation boards of various manufacturers with demonstrations of ARM interrupt or interrupt controller configurations respectively as well as Fast-Fourier-Transformation.
A quick start is supported by supply of the GNU-Compiler-Distribution on the CDROM, for which a maintenance and support license can be purchased. All examples can be modified for specific applications and rebuilt with the attached Make Files. This only requires the evaluation versions of the supported compilers.
Together with the equipment family Universal Access Device (UAD) which provides a high-speed target access via the JTAG interface, UDE1.2 supports a variety of Arm7 / ARM9 components of manufacturers such as Phillips (LPC21xx/LPC22xx), ST Microelectronics (STR7x, ST30), Atmel (AT91SAM7Sxxx, AT91RM9200), Texas Instruments (TMS470R1Axxx) and NetSilicon (Netxx). An architecture-specific register window supports the compact display of all register sets of the various CPU modes. Another useful feature is the FLASH programming functionality, which is available for all types of CPUs.
pls Programmierbare Logik & Systeme
plsProgrammierbare Logik & Systeme GmbH located in Lauta/Germany was founded by Thomas Bauch and Dr. Stefan Weiße in 1990. The company is one of the worldwide leading suppliers of software debugging solutions and entire design tools for 16 and 32 Bit micro-controllers. Besides others MCUs of INFINEON Technologies, STMicroelectronics and a vast variety of ARM7 / ARM9 derivatives are supported. The revolutionary software architecture of the Universal Debug Engine (UDE) is optimized for debugging of SoC-based systems. The supplementary equipment family Universal Access Device (UAD) allows for transfer rates of up to 3.5MByte/s and opens up a new order of magnitude in terms of data download speed.
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