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Getting started with OPENOCD using FT2232H adapter for SWD debugging

Friday, May 20th, 2016

Yahya Tawil wrote a tutorial about flashing EFM32 MCUs with OpenOCD using FT2232H adapter: Learn how to make flashing your ARM-based MCU easy by using OpenOCD debugger with an FT2232H adapter. Old MCUs from vendors like ATMEL and MICROCHIP, like the PIC16F and Atmega family, tend to have a special...

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Open-source SWD programming adapter

Monday, February 29th, 2016

Ethan Zonca from Protofusion writes, "After making the switch from AVR to STM32 microcontrollers, I redesigned my old 6-pin ICSP pogo-programming adapter for SWD. The new design allows programming with pogo pins or a small pin header soldered to the pogo pads for debugging, all with the same cable. The...

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ST-Link/V2 SWD-JTAG adapter

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

alexwhittemore  has posted a detailed tutorial how to make an adapter:  ST-Link/V2 SWD-JTAG adapter  The fantastic STM32 Discovery boards from ST Micro all come with an embedded ST-Link/V2 debugger onboard, including some jumpers to disconnect it from the target device for use as a standalone SWD debugger. Presumably, this is to...

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SWD programmer for PSoc4 based devices

Friday, July 25th, 2014

ghent360 writes: For those of you who want to program a PSOC4 based device I have a firmware for FX2LP device + PC software to perform the operation. It has the same hardware interface as the device here: PD0-SWDIO;PD2-SWDCL;PB2-XRES. You can also use any "cheap as chips" board from ebay...

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Introduction to cortex serial wire debugging, 3-part tutorial

Monday, November 26th, 2012

Squonk refers us to this 3-part tutorial on the ARM SWD debug protocol. LPC ARM Cortex-based microcontrollers from NXP can be controlled via SWD, ARM’s Serial Wire Debug protocol and the Coresight register set which allow nonintrusive debugging. This blog post series summarizes use of the SWD protocol to do...

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