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Infineon DAP/DAPE Active Probe V2.7

 

Infineon DAP/DAPE Active Probe - Enables the debugging, tracing and testing of Infineon’s AURIX™ microcontroller family. It supports the DAP and DAPE debug interface operating at their maximum frequency.  Its small and compact hardware size allows for connecting to a target microcontroller in a confined space as far as 5m away.

 

iC5700 BlueBox On-Chip Analyzer - Hardware platform designed for debugging and testing a wide range of embedded microcontroller platforms that are based on a variety of processor architectures. Functionality can be further extended with the addition of our IOM6 Accessories, enabling the synchronous capture of analog and digital signals in parallel to trace information. Such capability is used for advanced debugging of complex applications together with our winIDEA Integration Development Environment (IDE), as well as for thorough testing in conjunction with our testing environment testIDEA.

 

winIDEA - Integration Development Environment (IDE) delivers the visual insights required to debug your embedded application. At the simplest level, winIDEA provides all the usual functionality of an IDE (breakpoints, stepping and device programming). Supported by a target microcontroller, winIDEA can also visualize the timing and code coverage of the application via the trace interface, as well as combine data captured by the IOM6 Accessories. Various third-parties also provide software tools to perform advanced worst-time-execution analysis based upon the data winIDEA can export. When a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) is in use, the state of the RTOS and its tasks can also be visualized. More information isystem.com/winideaide.

 

testIDEA - testIDEA environment simplifies the development of unit tests for embedded applications. By making use of the winIDEA environment, this application makes it easy to locate source code functions and generate test cases for them. Tests are then executed using the Original Binary Code (OBC) method, testing the object code running on the target microcontroller. The tests, which are stored as YAML files, can easily be added to a project, maintained in a repository, and then automatically executed together with Continuous Integration (CI) tools such as Jenkins. More information isystem.com/testidea.

 

isystem.connect - There are times when it is more efficient to write a script to execute a task that requires many clicks within a visual development environment. This is where our Software Development Kit (SDK) isystem.connect comes in. The well-documented interface provides access to Python, Java, and other languages so that any action available within winIDEA and testIDEA can be scripted. Scripts can also be executed directly from within winIDEA, thereby allowing the developer to extend its functionality. More information isystem.com/sdk.

 

iSYSTEM's solutions run under Microsoft® Windows®, GNU, Linux OS; or optionally within the Eclipse environment via a plugin. Software can be downloaded from the Downloads page at http://www.isystem.com.

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