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Development tools Archives - Pertech

Apr 11

Total Phase announced A²B Bus Monitor solution

Total Phase announced A²B Bus Monitor solution. The A²B Bus Monitor provides access to the A²B system. By attaching the A²B Adapter Board in-line between nodes, the A²B monitor can non-intrusively sniff A²B data in real time. A²B superframes are decoded into I2C control data for easy debugging with Interrupts and GPIO handshakes correlated into

Apr 19

NXP’s MCUXpresso IDE now Integrated with PEmicro GDB Server

NXP’s has launched the MCUXpresso Integrated Development Environment for LPC and Kinetis microcontrollers with PEmicro’s GDB Server fully integrated. This provides advanced debug capabilities via PEmicro’s Multilink, Cyclone, and embedded OpenSDA debug interfaces including: hardware breakpoints, watchpoints, real-time variables, semihosting, FreeRTOS awareness, the ability to attach to a running target, the ability to provide target

Oct 26

Best debugging combination

Pertech is pleased to offer the best combination for debugging SPI/I2C interfaces. With Saleae Logic you can easily debug physical layer related problems, both analog and digital, while Total Phase Beagle analyzer provides bus monitoring solution. Purchase the two and receive a special price.

Oct 24

New Products For ARM devices

For production programming, P&E is pleased to announce two new Cyclone programmers, Cyclone ACP and Cyclone ACP FX, that are dedicated to ARM® Cortex devices. Both offer a variety of features including, power management, fast communication, automation, on-board storage and extended security features to keep your IP safe. Our Cyclone FX programmers, including the Cyclone

Mar 24

Atollic TrueSTUDIO v6.0 has been released

Atollic TrueSTUDIO announced that the highly anticipated version 6.0 has been released.  It includes hundreds of improvements – making it the most open, flexible, powerful, stable and speedy TrueSTUDIO release ever! TrueSTUDIO v6.0 is built on an upgraded Eclipse platform, and can now easily be extended with 3rd party Eclipse plugins from the Eclipse marketplace. Additionally,