The UDE by PLS (Germany) provides debugging and analysis functions for NXP’s S32S247 and i.MX RT MCUs with up to eight CAN FD interfaces.
The S32S247 multi-core controller combines four 800-MHz Cortex-R52 processors with a 64-MiB integrated flash memory. Designed for safety-related real-time applications up to ASIL-D (automotive safety integrity level), the device addresses diverse control domains, e.g. in hybrid and electric vehicles as well as in the field of autonomous driving. The up to 1-GHz i.MX RT Arm Cortex-M7 processors address applications such as Internet of Things (IoT), consumer electronics, industrial electronics, and automotive engineering.
For the S32S247, multi-core debug functions such as multi-core run control for synchronous stop/start and multi-core breakpoints used in the shared code are available. Debugging and run-time analysis of multi-core applications is performed in a single debug session and within a single shared debugger instance. In addition, the Memtool add-on provides functions for programming of the integrated Flash memories.
The company’s UAD2pro (universal access device), UAD2next, and UAD3+ devices allow access to the MCUs. Depending on the requirements, the Arm-specific serial wire debug (SWD) interface, JTAG, or cJTAG is used. The UAD2next provides 512 MiB and the UAD3+ provides up to 4 GiB of internal trace memory. Recorded trace data is used for a detailed analysis of the run-time behavior and offers functions for profiling and code coverage.
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