Debug interface devices
Two, new USB 2.0 JTAG debug interface devices, demonstrated at the recent Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, CA, are available for ARM, Xscale, and PowerPC processors.
Two, new USB 2.0 JTAG debug interface devices, demonstrated at the recent Embedded Systems Conference in San Jose, CA, are available for ARM, Xscale, and PowerPC processors. The usb2Demon and usb2Sprite function identically except for speed, to give embedded developers flexibility in choosing an appropriate price/performance ratio for projects; usb2Demon is the high-speed version. At $750, the device costs the same as the company’s Raven parallel JTAG interface but has a better download speed. usb2Sprite is a low-cost ($210), slower version for price-sensitive projects or where download speed is not an issue. Both support Microsoft Windows and Linux and are compatible with the company’s software tools.
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