On-Chip Visibility for Fast Bug Diagnosis and Performance Analysis
The Arm CoreSight Trace Memory Controller (TMC) is a configurable trace component to terminate trace buses into buffers, FIFOs, or alternatively, to route trace data over AXI to memory or off-chip to interface controllers.
Features and Benefits
Enables trace to be stored in a dedicated SRAM, used either as a circular buffer or as a FIFO. The functionality of this configuration is a superset of the functionality of the ETB configuration.
Enables trace to be routed over an AXI bus to system memory or to any other AXI slave.
Enables trace to be stored in a dedicated SRAM, used as a circular buffer. This configuration is similar to the CoreSight ETB.
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