Posts Tagged ‘FT2232’

NEW PRODUCT: FT2232H breakout board

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

We have a new breakout board for the FT2232H USB2.0 high-speed IO IC. Breakouts are in stock and shipping now for $27. Read a complete overview of the design on the wiki. This board has the latest 5th generation FTDI FT2232H USB 2.0 IO chip. The FT2232 is a USB...

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Preview: Bus Blaster update

Monday, August 16th, 2010

A newly updated Bus Blaster design is posted in the forum. The Bus Blaster is a high-speed JTAG debugger and flash ROM programmer based on the FT2232H USB chip. Development started in the spring, but stalled because we couldn't find the right buffer chip. We wanted to support targets from...

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Bus Pirate OpenOCD walk-through

Thursday, April 15th, 2010

Jrt posted some notes about using the Bus Pirate with OpenOCD: It does work - but it's not slick or fast. If you want a cheap JTAG adapter for remote debugging or big flash writes, get an FTDI-2232 based one. But, it'll be fine for fiddling with bootloaders or just...

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Posted in Bus Pirate, FPGA, JTAG | 1 Comment »

Bus Blaster: High speed USB to JTAG, SPI, UART

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

The Bus Pirate can program flash chips with flashrom and debug JTAG devices with OpenOCD, but it doesn't do these things very fast. It was designed for human-speed interaction. The Bus Pirate is a good way to learn an EEPROM chip, but you eventually integrate the chip in a real...

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