PLS Universal Debug Engine 3.0.7 Supports NXP LPC4300

PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme recently announced version 3.0.7 of their Universal Debug Engine (UDE). UDE 3.0.7 features optimized test and debug functions for the NXP LPC4300 dual-core system-on-chip (SoC) family and offers unlimited dual-core debugging under a single user interface. The LPC4300 features an asymmetrical dual-core digital signal controller (DSC) architecture and two processors (ARM Cortex-M4 and Cortex-M0). The two processors operate with their own clock supply and their own power management, but the communication takes place via a shared memory.

PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme Universal Debug Engine (UDE) version 3.0.7 with Universal Access Device family (UAD2+)

PLS UDE 3.0.7 Highlights

  • Debugging on both cores via the JTAG/SWD interface is shared
  • Code breakpoints and watchpoints can be set directly in the program window or watch window of the respective Cortex-M
  • Supports CoreSight diagnostic technologies such as serial wire viewer (SWV), instrumentation trace macrocell (ITM), and data watchpoint and trace (DWT)
  • Observation of systems while the application is running is achieved entirely without, or only a very small, change of the timing behavior
  • Recorded data can be graphically displayed in single form or in linked expressions
  • A time base for the display can be provided from the target or also from the host PC
  • USB, CAN, Ethernet, LCD controller, PWM and ADC on-chip peripheral modules can be visualized and configured in the debugger at symbolic level in text form
  • Full Eclipse integration with complete cross debugger functionality

More info: PLS Programmierbare Logik and Systeme GmbH