Universal Debugger & Real-Time Trace

PowerTrace PX  - NEW Trace Tool

Lauterbach recently launched their new trace module PowerTrace PX as a successor of PowerTrace. This tool provides only trace functionalities without debug. Nevertheless it can be extended with PowerDebug PRO for host interface and debugging.

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Highlights

• 512 MByte trace memory with max. bandwidth 7.4 Gbit/s
• Universal trace module, connect to target via architecture-dependent trace probes (Preprocessor)
• Support for 16 bit parallel trace ports up to 225 MHz DDR
• Support for serial trace ports for AURIX up to 2.5 Gbit/s and MPC57xx up to 5 Gbit/s
• Support for Streaming speed up to 320 Mbit/s
• PODBUS Express interface to PowerDebug PRO (successor of PowerDebug II)
• PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator​

Extensions and Configuration

Thanks to the modularity concept of Lauterbach, the tools are designed around base modules which are universal and architecture-independent. PowerTrace PX as a trace module will then be connected to the target via architecture-specific Preprocessors. In order to obtaining the connection to the host PowerTrace PX is supposed to be extended with the PowerDebug PRO. The following picture shows the extensions of PowerTrace PX and configuration examples.

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PowerTrace II

Thanks to the modularity concept of Lauterbach, the tools are designed around base modules which are universal and architecture-independent. PowerTrace II as a trace module will then be connected to the target via architecture-specific Preprocessors. In order to obtain the connection to the host PowerTrace II is supposed to be extended with the PowerDebug PRO.

Highlights

• 1, 2 or 4 GByte trace memory
• Universal trace module, connect to target via architecture-dependent trace probes (Preprocessor)
• Support for all parallel trace ports up to 19.2 Gbit/s, e.g. 16 bit up to 300MHz DDR sample rate
• Support for serial trace ports up to 4 lanes, each lane max. 6.5 Gbit/s
• Support for streaming up to 1.6 Gbit/s
• Additional independent 17 channel logic analyzer (with Standard Probe)
• Energy Profiling (with optional Analog Probe)
• PODBUS Express interface to PowerDebug PRO (successor of PowerDebug II)
• PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator

Extensions and Configuration

The following picture shows the extensions of PowerTrace II and configuration examples.

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Additional Features

In addition to the regular trace features PowerTrace II can be used as a 17 channel logic analyzer with the provided Standard Probe for transient recording, simple triggering, protocol analysis etc. With the TRACE32 Analog Probe which could be ordered seperately the voltage and current values can be measured for energy profiling.

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CombiProbe for ARM®/Cortex®

Highlights

• Debug cable and 128 MB of trace memory
• Supports standard JTAG, Serial Wire Debug and cJTAG (IEEE 1149.7)
• For trace ports with up to 4 trace data channels
• Bandwidth of 200 MBit/s per trace channel
• Supports 4-bit MIPI System Trace
• Adapter for SD or Micro SD socket to support MIPI NIDnT
• Supports ITM over Serial Wire Output or 4-bit TPIU
• Supports 4-bit ETMv3 in Continuous Mode
• Adapters are available for most common connectors
• Voltage range 0.3 V to 3.3 V (5V tolerant)
• Support for ALL popular ARM®/Cortex® based devices

Extensions and Configuration

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µTrace® for Cortex-M®

A new all-in-one debug and trace solution has been developed by Lauterbach in response to the breakthrough of Cortex-M processors into the embedded market. This lower cost system called µTrace specifically targets the Cortex-M family.

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Highlights

• Support for more than 1000 different Cortex-M based chips
• Easy high-level and assembler debugging
• USB 3 interface to the host computer
• Support for standard JTAG, Serial Wire Debug, and cJTAG (IEEE 1149.7)
• 256MByte trace memory
• 10/20/34-pin half-size connector for target hardware and adapters for a wide variety of other connectors
• Voltage range 0.3V to 3.3V (5V tolerant inputs)
• Support for all Cortex-M based devices.

 

CombiProbe for Intel® x86/x64 MIPI60-C

Highlights

• CombiProbe MIPI60-C provides debug and system trace capability
• Support for standard JTAG, Intel® debug HOOKs and I2C bus
• Support for system trace port with up to 8 trace data channels
• 128 MByte of trace memory
• SMP debugging (including hyperthreading)
• AMP debugging with other architectures
• BIOS/UEFI debugging with tailor-made GUI for all UEFI phases
• Linux- and Windows-aware debugging
• Support for system trace decoding via the Intel® Trace Hub Library
• Support for INTEL

Tool Configuration

The photo on the left side shows a standard configuration. The extended configuration shown on the right side allows to record additionally Intel® Processor Trace data conveyed off-chip:

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Includes software for Windows, Linux and MacOSX

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More information: TRITEC Benelux B.V. • Tel.: +31(0)184 414131 • E-mail: info@tritec.nl