What is Jlink used for?
jlink is a tool that generates a custom Java runtime image that contains only the platform modules that are required for a given application. Such a runtime image acts exactly like the JRE but contains only the modules we picked and the dependencies they need to function.
What is a J-Link?
J-Link BASE is a USB powered JTAG debug probe supporting a large number of CPU cores. Based on a 32-bit RISC CPU, it can communicate at high speed with the supported target CPUs. J-Link is used around the world in tens of thousand places for development and production (flash programming) purposes.
What is Segger J-Link debugger?
SEGGER J-Links are the most widely used line of debug probes on the market. They have provided solid value to embedded development for over a decade. Unparalleled performance, an extensive feature set, many supported CPUs & compatibility with popular environments all make J-Link an unbeatable choice.
How do I use Jlink debugger?
- Open the Options for Target — Debug dialog of µVision.
- Enable Use and select Cortex-M/R J-LINK/J-Trace.
- Click Settings to open the Target Driver Setup dialog.
- Select SW (Serial Wire) for the debug Port, and click Auto Clk to set the debugging communication speed.
How do you use J Link?
How it is used
- Connect the J-Link to be remotely accessed to a PC via USB or IP.
- Download the J-Link Remote Server application (part of the J-Link software package)
- Start the Remote Server.
- Select the appropriate mode (LAN or Tunnel) – in this example, a tunneled connection is used.
What is JTAG port used for?
JTAG is a common hardware interface that provides your computer with a way to communicate directly with the chips on a board. It was originally developed by a consortium, the Joint (European) Test Access Group, in the mid-80s to address the increasing difficulty of testing printed circuit boards (PCBs).
What kind of cable do I need for J-Link?
J-LINK is a USB powered JTAG emulator supporting a large number of CPU cores. This also applies to similar debuggers that support the traditional ARM 20-pin 0.1″ connection. 1. Full traditional JTAG using our TC2050-ARM2010 adapter TC2050-IDC 10-pin Plug-of-Nails ™ cables.
What is the supply voltage for a J-Link adapter?
It has a standard 20-pin 0.1″ socket towards the J-Link or Flasher and a standard 20-pin 0.1″ header on the target side and can directly be inserted between the J-Link or Flasher and the debug cable maintaining a 1:1 connection of all debug signals. The supply voltage is fixed to 5 V.
Can you use tag-connect with SEGGER J-Link?
Using Tag-Connect with Segger J-LINK Debuggers J-LINK is a USB powered JTAG emulator supporting a large number of CPU cores. This also applies to similar debuggers that support the traditional ARM 20-pin 0.1″ connection. We offer two solutions for using Tag-Connect Plug-of-Nails ™ cables with J-LINK debugger:
What kind of adapter do I need for J-Link Flasher?
The 14-Pin TI Adapter allows JTAG connections between J-Link or Flasher and target hardware which uses a TI MCU and provides a 14-pin connector (e.g. the BeagleBoard with an OMAP3530 on it), defined by TI. It adapts from the 20-pin 0.1” to a 14-pin 0.1” JTAG connector.