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The TRACE32 is a modular development system which can be easily adapted to different microprocessors and customer needs. To ensure transparent support for all types of emulation probes, the system was developed using a 'top-down' approach with the high speed, 32 bit emulation modules being developed first, followed by 16 bit and then 8 bit. As a result, the same base system can, for example, support an 8051 or a PowerPC. The TRACE32 system concept is long term, in line with Lauterbach's long term commitment to continue to provide its customers with the most advanced tools available. Lauterbach's belief in 'open systems' is self evident, with support for over 300 microprocessors, 60 different compilers, 6 programming languages, 15 host operating systems and 10 multitasking RTOS kernels. They also believe that the High Level Debugger must be an integral part of the MDS to allow high speed debugging and access to all features of the emulator and it is their declared aim to provide software engineers with a debug workstation, not just an emulator as a back-end to software tools. A high speed ETHERNET interface to their 32-bit based system controller with additional communications processors, gives TRACE32 the highest download and system performance available anywhere and allows development teams to work across the world using the INTERNET.

  JTAG Debuggers  
  Power Debug USB3   

The Lauterbach product TRACE32-ICD supports a wide range of on-chip debug interfaces. The hardware for the debugger is universal and allows interfacing different target processors by simply changing the debug cable and the software.

    Support for a wide range of on-chip debug interfaces Easy high-level and assembler debugging Interface to all compilers Fast download RTOS awareness Interface to all hosts Display of internal and external peripherals at a logical level Flash programming Hardware breakpoints and trigger (if supported by chip)
    Multiprocessor/multicore debugging Software trace Virtual analyzer USB 3 Interface
  Power Debug Pro  

PowerDebug PRO as a successor of PowerDebug II provides the users with better user experience by integrating faster host interface and faster trace data upload. PowerDebug PRO as a debug module will then be connected to the target via architecture-specific debug cables, which support over 80 microprocessor architectures in use in the embedded-market.



    Support for over 80 microprocessor architectures, e.g. ARM, Cortex, Power Architecture, Intel x86/x64, etc. Universal debug module, connect to target via architecture-dependent debug cables. Connect to CombiProbe for debugging and 4-bit system trace. USB3.0 or Gigabit Ethernet Interface to all hosts. PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator. PODBUS Express interface to trace modules, e.g. PowerTrace PX and PowerTrace II for fast upload of trace data. Trigger connector to send and receive trigger pulses. Support for C667x.
  µtrace for Cortex-M  

A new all-in-one debug and trace solution has been developed by Lauterbach in response to the breakthrough of Cortex-M processors into the embedded market. This lower cost system called µTrace specifically targets the Cortex-M family.

    Support for more than 1000 different Cortex-M based chips Easy high-level and assembler debugging USB 3 interface Support for standard JTAG, Serial Wire Debug, and cJTAG (IEEE 1149.7) 256MByte trace memory 10/20/34-pin half-size connector for target hardware and adapters for a wide variety of other connectors Voltage range 0.3V to 3.3V (5V tolerant inputs)