Versatile Microcontroller Debug
Supporting all Cortex-M processors, ULINKpro connects your PC’s USB port to your target device so you can program, debug, and analyze your applications. Together with MDK or Arm Development Studio you can control the processor, trace instructions, set breakpoints, and read/write memory contents, all at full processor speed.
Features and Benefits
ULINKpro offers serial wire debug (SWD) and serial wire viewer (SWV) support for all Cortex-M processors, JTAG support for Arm7, Arm9, and all Cortex-M processors plus ETM trace for Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, Cortex-M7, Cortex-M23, and Cortex-M33.
ULINKpro provides a full range of debug capabilities. Download programs to your target hardware, examine memory and register, single-step through programs, insert multiple breakpoints, run programs in real-time, and program flash memory.
ULINKpro supports up to: 100 Mbit/s data and event trace (Cortex-M), 800 Mbit/s instruction trace (Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, Cortex-M7, Cortex-M23, and Cortex-M33), 50 MHz JTAG clock rates, 200 MHz ETM trace (Cortex-M), and 1 MB/s memory read/write.
Unique streaming trace capabilities provide complete code coverage information to ensure thorough application testing and verification while powerful performance analysis features enable you to isolate problems and optimize the application.
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