Active Probe for Infineon AGBT

The iSYSTEM Active Probe has been developed to connect to the Aurora GigaBit Trace (AGBT) interface along the DAP debug interface at its maximum frequency.  Both, Infineon AurixTM TC2xx and TC3xx (2nd generation) microcontrollers are supported. In general and if a microcontroller does provide it, an iSYSTEM Active Probe supports up to 4 parallel AGBT lanes, running at a maximum bitrate of 5Gbps. In the case of AURIX, one lane is available. Its small and compact hardware size allows for connecting to a target microcontroller in a confined space and at a distance of up to 5 meters.

Connecting this Active Probe and a different one to the IOM6 Hub of the iC5700 BlueBox, it is possible to synchronously control (run/stop) these two Active Probes. This is how, for instance, two applications running in parallel and on different architectures (e.g., AurixTM and ARM Cortex-A architectures), can be debugged, tested, traced and profiled at the same time.

Active Probe for Infineon AGBT
Active Probe for Infineon AGBT
Active Probe for ARM HSSTP
Active Probe for ARM HSSTP

Active Probe for ARM HSSTP

The Cortex™ families of processors continue to appear in increasingly complex system-on-chip (SoC) devices. In order to access the volume of trace information created by such products, ARM® has developed a new intellectual property (IP) block named High Speed Serial Trace Port (HSSTP). The iSYSTEM ARM HSSTP Active Probe allows debugging, tracing and testing ARM® Cortex™ architectures. It supports both the JTAG debug interface and ARM High-Speed Trace Port (HSSTP). Its small and compact hardware size allows for connecting to a target microcontroller in a confined space as far as 5m away. The Active Probe supports up to 4 parallel HSSTP lanes, running at a maximum bitrate of 5Gbps.

Active Probe for Infineon DAP

Infineon DAP  Active Probe enables the debugging, tracing and testing  of Infineon’s AURIX™ microcontroller  family.  It  supports  the  DAP debug  interface  operating  at  their maximum frequency. On 2nd generation AURIX devices it optionally also supports the DAPE interface. Its small and compact hardware size allows for connecting to a target microcontroller in a confined space as far as 5m away.

Active Probe for Infineon DAP
Active Probe for Infineon DAP
Document Description
Active Probes Overview

Get the insights you need on the Active Probes and the performance they deliver together with the iC5700 BlueBox debug and trace hardware.

BlueBox Accessories Overview

If you want to know which of iSYSTEM’s BlueBox debug and trace hardware is best for your needs,
this overview will provide the answers you’re looking for.

iC5700 User Manual

User manual for the iC5700, covering start-up, configuration and usage scenarios.
Also provides further details on the IOM6 Hub accessory.

Active Probe for Infineon AGBTUser manual for the Active Probe for Infineon AGBT, covering start-up, configuration and usage scenarios.
ARM HSSTP Active Probe User Manual

User manual for the ARM HSSTP Active Probe, covering start-up, configuration and usage scenarios.

Infineon DAP Active Probe User Manual

User manual for the Infineon DAP Active Probe, covering start-up, configuration and usage scenarios.

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