Debug & Trace on Cortex-M4 based microcontrollers with iSYSTEM Tools


This webinar explains the debug and trace architecture and features of a Cortex-M4 core. It shows how a debugger connects to a target for debug and trace, describes various configuration options for debug use-cases such as exception handling, device protection settings and core performance measurement and demonstrates the capabilities of hardware trace using an AUTOSAR OS based sample application.

When: Thursday, September 2rst, 3pm CEST (UTC+2)
Who: Manish Kumar, Application Engineer, iSYSTEM Germany
Webinar recording is available here.

Who should watch?

Embedded software developers, system architects, software integrators and test engineers who want to get a basic understanding of the debug and trace capabilities of a microcontroller based on an ARM Cortex-M4 core. This webinar mainly focuses on microcontrollers used in the automotive domain, such as NXP S32K14x and Cypress Traveo II.



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