The SB-USB2 emulator enables efficient and productive
embedded software debugging for the DSP560xx, DSP561xx, DSP563xx, DSP5672x and the
DSP568xx. Both compact and portable, it utilizes the JTAG and/or OnCE (On-Chip
Emulation) protocols. This versatile probe supports several connector
configurations: JTAG connection; up to 4 OnCE connections; or an individual JTAG
and OnCE connection. In addition, the SB-USB2 supplies benchmark timers.
The SB-USB2 emulator ships with the BoxView debugger and
BoxServer connectivity software. When used with the
BoxView debugger, the SB-USB2
provides access to the JTAG device's boundary scan functionality (BSDL file
required). Boundary scan operations enable non-intrusive monitoring of the
target device pins, even while the target device is executing its own
application code. The SB-USB2 emulator can program external flash memory
devices either boundary scan, or direct DSP access.
When used with BoxView and
BoxServer connectivity software, the
SB-USB2 emulator can be used for multi-core and/or multi-device development
when the JTAG devices are properly connected within the same JTAG scan chain.
This development capability allows simultaneous start/stop/single-step for
multiple devices; BoxServer provides access via TCP/IP connection.
SB-USB2 features integrated 40 MHz Logic Analyzer.
This feature allows for signal monitoring and advanced trigerring.
Any of the not used emulator's pins can be used also as an output.
Please refer to SB-USB2 Custom Resets.
With optional adapter it can control independently up to 4 OnCE devices.
Each OnCE controller provides separate benchmark timer for each device.
Also each OnCE device can be selected for the advanced triggerring -
it can be stopped as a result of the detected condition by the integrated logic analyzer.
For multi-DSP target boards with JTAG devices, each DSP can have dedicated reset line.
The SB-USB2 can use any of the not assigned signals as a source of the reset.