datasheet for E9589A #002 by Agilent

datasheet for E9589A #002 by Agilent
Agilent Emulation and Analysis
Solutions for the Motorola CPU32
Microcontrollers
Product Overview
Debug and Integrate Real-Time
Embedded Systems
Quickly and accurately determine
the root cause of many difficult
hardware, software, and system
integration problems with Agilent
Technologies’ powerful emulation
and logic analysis solutions.
Agilent’s emulation and analysis solutions for the Motorola CPU32 microcontrollers combine the powerful
tools of run control, code download,
integrated debugger connections, and
logic analysis for a comprehensive,
scalable system development environment.
Emulation Solution
• Verify Interrupt Routines
• Debug Assembly Code
• Optimize Code
With a scalable solution from Agilent,
your design team members can customize product offerings to meet
unique requirements. Solutions range
from emulation probes combined with
the industry’s leading debuggers to
emulation with real-time trace to help
solve today’s most complex design
problems. Agilent’s solutions are
designed to meet your needs today
and help protect your investment as
your needs change in the future.
With logic analysis providing timing
and state analysis, you can monitor
microcontroller activity in relation to
other important system signals such
as a PCI bus, other microcontrollers,
or I/O devices. Most traditional
emulation systems don’t allow you
to time-correlate events across your
entire system using timing, analog,
and state analysis for your most difficult integration problems.
Logic Analysis Solution
• Perform Basic Signal Measurements
• Profile Hardware Operation
• Verify Signal Integrity
• Verify Conformance to Specifications
• Exercise Microcontroller and Other
Hardware
• Debug Boot Code
Emulation with Real-Time Trace Solution
• Debug Hardware/Software Interaction
• Profile Hardware/Software Interaction
• Optimize System Performance
• Perform System Test
The logic analyzer is nonintrusive,
allowing you to run your target system at full speed. A system trace, up
to 2 M deep, can be combined with
complex triggering to find the tough-
est problems. The microcontroller
instruction set execution can be correlated to the high-level source code
with the Agilent source correlation
tool set.
Agilent Scalable Solutions
Agilent emulation and logic analysis
solutions are scalable for each member of the digital design team. The
following are three typical configurations for firmware/software debug,
hardware debug, and system integration.
Components of these solutions
include a logic analyzer, emulation
probe or module, analysis probe,
inverse assembler, source correlation
tool set, and system performance
analysis tool set.
Information on each of these components is included in this document.
System Features
System Components and Functionality
Emulation Solution
Microprocessor run control on
your target system
Debugger connection
Emulation with Real-Time Trace Solution
Microprocessor run control on
your target system
Debugger connection
Real-time logic analysis trace solution:
• Assembly level trace
• Source code trace devices
QEP or PGA probing solution
Logic Analysis Solution
Real-time logic analysis trace solution:
• Assembly level trace
• Optional source code trace
QFP or PGA probing solution
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Emulation Probe: (see p. 3)
• Download code, view and modify memory,
and view registers on your target system
or evaluation board from the debugger
interface
Connection to industry-leading debuggers
from Green Hills, Microtec, and SDS
16600A or 16700A Series Logic Analysis
System:
• Capture and analyze code flow and data
flow without halting the target system
• Time-correlate analog, timing, and state
events across your entire system
• Monitor microprocessor activity in rela
tion to system buses, other microprocessors, or I/O devices
Analysis Probe: (see p. 8)
• Choose from 132, 144, 160, 240 pin QFP
probing solution, or 241 pin PGA probing
solution
• Disassemble trace listing into CPU32
mnemonics
Integrated Emulation Module: (see p. 3)
• Download code, view and modify memory,
and view registers on your target system
or evaluation board from the debugger
interface
• Connect to industry-leading debuggers
from Green Hills, Microtec, and SDS
Source Correlation Tool Set: (see p. 9)
• Time-correlate acquired logic analysis
trace to high-level source code
• Step through trace in assembly or highlevel source code
16600A or 16700A Series Logic Analysis
System:
• Capture and analyze code flow and data
flow without halting the target system
• Time-correlate analog, timing, and state
events across your entire system
• Monitor microprocessor activity in relation to system buses, other microproces
sors, or I/O devices
Analysis Probe: (see p. 8)
• Choose from 132, 144, 160, or 240 pin QFP
probing solution or 241 pin PGA probing
solution
• Disassemble trace listing into CPU32
mnemonics
Microcontroller
68330/L331/L332
68331/32/34/35
68F333
68336/76
68338/39
68340
68341/49
68360/EN360/PM360/
MH360/MH360V
68370/71
Microcontroller
Clock Speed
Emulation
Solution
Emulation with
Real-Time Trace Solution
132 PQFP
144 TQFP
Up to 25 MHz
X
X
X
X
160 PQFP
Up to 25 MHz
X
X
240 PQFP
241 PGA
Up to 25 MHz
Agilent & Corelis
Corelis
X
X
Package Type
240 PQFP
241 PGA
Up to 33 MHz
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Logic Analysis
Solution
X
Table 1: Emulation and Analysis Solutions for Motorola CPU32 Microcontrollers
Emulation Probe and Module
Figure 1a: Standalone Agilent Emulation Probe
The emulation probe and emulation
module provide the same functionality. The emulation probe is a standalone product, as shown in figure 1a.
The emulation module is an integrated plug-in for the Agilent 16600A and
16700A Series logic analysis systems
as shown in figure 1b.
Both solutions help you debug your
code by providing run control, code
download, and memory/register display and modification. You can con-
Figure 1b: Emulation Module for Integration with Agilent
16600A and 16700A series
trol program execution through single
stepping, start/stop, run/break, andset/modify breakpoints. You can also
run code at full speed in the target.
The emulation probe can be controlled by an industry-leading debugger. The emulation module can either
be controlled by a debugger or the
emulation control interface provided
with the logic analyzer.
The emulation probe and module can
be controlled over your local area network (LAN) by the debugger and can
connect directly to your target
through the Motorola standard 8- or
10-pin dedicated connector. They
also can be connected through the
analysis probe, as shown in figure 2.
Unlike traditional emulators, the
emulation probes and modules provide more stable operation by accessing only the debug pins of
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Please check with your local
Agilent Test and Measurement
sales office or visit our web site
at www.agilent.com/find/las-data
for the current list of debugger
connections.
Figure 2: Agilent Emulation Probe connecting to the CPU32
Analysis Probe.
the microcontroller and affect no
other signals. You don't need a serial
port on your target system to download code. Unlike ROM monitors,
they don't require user memory.
Software Development
Systems, Inc.
815 Commerce Drive, Suite 100
Oak Brook, Illinois 60523 USA
Phone: (630) 368-0400
www.sdsi.com
Debugger Interface
Industry-leading debuggers can control the emulation probe or module.
You can set breakpoints, single-step
through code, examine variables, and
modify source code variables from
your high-level source code debugger
interface.
Debugger interfaces must be ordered
directly from the debugger vendor.
Debugger Connections
Green Hills Software, Inc.
30 West Sola Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101 USA
Phone: (805) 965-6044
www.ghs.com
Microtec, A Mentor Graphics
Company
880 Ridder Park Drive
San Jose, CA 95131 USA
Phone: (800) 950-5554
Phone: (408) 487-7000
www.mri.com
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Figure 3: Emulation Control Interface
Emulation Control Interface
The emulation module integrated into
the logic analysis system can be controlled directly by the emulation control interface. You can easily display
and modify contents of microcontroller registers, system memory, and
I/O. You can also view memory code
segments disassembled into familiar
Motorola CPU32 assembly instructions.
From the emulation control window
you can instruct the microcontroller
to run, break, reset, or single-step.
You can also set and verify memory,
I/O, and register values.
Writing command files that set up
registers, memory, and I/O in your
system is easy with the command language. Once the command file is written, save it on the logic analyzer hard
disk. When you want to initialize your
hardware system to a particular
state, simply recall and execute the
command file. Unlike the debugger
interface, the emulation control interface does not reference back to the
high-level source code.
Flash Support
Agilent emulation modules and
probes support flash download. AMD
12V, AMD 5V, Intel Auto, and Intel
Quickpulse (AMD Flashwrite) are
supported.
Contact Green Hills, Microtec, or SDS
for flash algorithms supported from
their debugger interface.
Emulation Module and Probe Migration
Agilent helps protect your current
investment by providing a migration
path for the emulation modules and
probes as your needs change. To
move from one processor family to
another, simply order a migration kit
for the emulation module or probe,
which will provide all the necessary
hardware, firmware, and cables to
support your new processor at a fraction of cost of a new probe or module.
This migration path is the same for
emulation probes and emulation
modules.
Emulation Module Triggering Integration
with Logic Analyzer
With the emulation module, you can
use the powerful triggering of the
16600A and 16700A Series logic
analysis systems to halt on events
such as microcontroller activity, system buses, or other external events.
The emulation module will also trigger the logic analyzer when a breakpoint is hit. This provides powerful
correlation between the debugger
interface environment and the logic
analyzer.
Figure 4: Flash Programming from the Emulation Control Interface
The emulation probe provides similar
capability on two BNC connectors for
“trigger in” and “trigger out” to be
used with non-integrated test equipment.
Emulation Probe and Module Target
Connection Information
The emulation probe and module can
be used directly with the analysis
probe, as shown in figure 2. When
used together, the 10-pin connector is
not necessary because the debug port
pins are accessed directly through the
analysis probe.
If the analysis probe is not being
used, access to the target system is
made through the Motorola standard
8- or 10-pin connector. If your target system does not incorporate the
connector, you can access the BDM
pins on the microcontroller directly
using the flying lead probes that are
provided.
To improve accessibility to the target
microcontroller, the cable between
the emulation probe or emulation
module and the target microcontroller is three feet long. This cable is
terminated by a TIM (Target Interface
Module) for signal adaptation.
5
Voltages
Both 3.3 V and 5 V are supported
Download Rate
Four megabytes per minute when the target is running at full speed.
FlashProgramming
The emulation probe and module can program your target system
flash during product development or manufacturing. There is no size
limitation on the flash image because the image is copied directly
from the host computer to your target system.
AMD 12V Embedded
AMD 5V Embedded
AMD Flashwrite
Intel Auto
Intel Quickpulse
Electrical Loading
on Target System
Pin 1,2,4,6,7,8,9,10
Pin 9
:40pF, 7.5K to Vdd
Idd<10mA at 5V
RS-232-C
1200 through 115200 baud rate supported
Temperature
Operating 0°C to +55°C
(+32°F to +131°F)
Non operating
- 40 °C to + 70°C
(-40°F to +158 °F)
Altitude
Operating : 4600m (15000 ft)
Nonoperating: 15300m (50000 ft)
Humidity
15% to 95% Relative
Safety Approvals
IEC1010-1:1990
AMD 1:1992
UL 1244
CSA-C22.2 No 231
(series M-89)
Table 2: Emulation Probe and Module Specifications
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Real-Time Trace Analysis
Real-time trace analysis consists of a
physical connection to signals on the
Motorola CPU32 microcontroller,
acquisition of relevant data, and
analysis of the real-time captured bus
information.
Physical connection to the microcontroller is provided by the probing
solutions listed below.
Real-time trace analysis solutions are
available for probing alternatives.
These include inverse assembly,
For information on the data acquisition modules for the 16600A and
16700A Series logic analyzers, please
refer to related Agilent literature on
page 16.
CPU32
Microcontroller
Supported Speed
and Voltage
68331/32/34/35
68336/76
Up to 25 MHz
3.3 and 5 Volt
Analysis Probe
• 132-, 144-, 160-Pin QFP probing
• Inverse assembler included
• Access to all microcontroller
signals for logic analysis,
Inverse Assembly
• Disassembly of bus information
into CPU32 microcontroller
mnemonics
• CPU32 configuration files for logic
analyzer
68340
Up to 25 MHz
3.3 and 5 Volt
Analysis Probe from Corelis*
• 241-Pin PGA
• Inverse assembler included
• Access to all microcontroller signals
for logic analysis
Source Correlation
• Time-correlation of acquired
trace to high-level source code
• Trigger and search through trace
in high-level source code
* Not validated with the Agilent source
correlation tool set and 3rd Party
debugger solutions
System Performance Analysis
• Statisical performance
measurements on trace data
• State overview, state interval,
time interval, and time
overview measurements
68360/EN360/
PM360/MH360/
MH360V
Up to 33 MHz
3.3 and 5 Volt
Probing Solutions
source correlation, and system performance analysis.
Analysis Probe
• 240-Pin QFP probing
• 241-Pin PGA probing
• Inverse assembler included
• Access to all microcontroller signals
for logic analysis
Real-Time Trace
Solutions
Table 3: Real-Time Trace and Probing Alternatives
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Analysis Probe
The analysis probe allows easy connection of an Agilent logic analyzer to
your Motorola CPU32 QFP target system for real-time analysis. With the
analysis probe solution, you don’t
need to design special debug connectors into your target system.
The analysis probe connects to the
microcontroller by a QFP probe or
PGA connector. Mechanical dimensions are included in figures 9 thru 12.
Modes of Operation
State-Per-Clock
In state-per-clock mode, every clock
cycle is captured by the logic analyzer, including idle and wait states.
Address, data, status, and I/O ports
are captured on each CPU clock. This
mode is useful in hardware validation
and when debugging system crashes.
State-Per-Bus Cycle
In the state-per-bus cycle mode, the
analyzer samples address, data, status, and I/O ports once per bus cycle.
This mode is useful in software
debugging because it increases the
readability of the executed code and
stores more instructions in the logic
analyzer’s trace memory.
Timing Mode
Timing analysis is supported. The
analysis probe provides unbuffered
timing analysis for all signals.
Pods Required
Each analysis probe includes highdensity cables for connection to analyzer pods and configuration software
to set up the Agilent logic analyzer
for compatibility with the analysis
probe interface.
See table 4 for the number of analysis
pods for each analysis probe solution.
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Figure 5: Agilent Analysis Probe for Motorola CPU32 QFP Target Systems
CPU32 Models
State, timing analysis,
of I/O ports
State analysis of reconstrucTiming analysis of
ted address, inverse assembly, address, data, status
source level analysis
busses
68331/32/34/35
68336/76
4 analyzer pods
required
4 analyzer pods required
68360/EN360/
PM360/MH360/
MH360V
6 analyzer pods
required
6 analyzer pods required
Table 4: Analyzer Pods Required for State and Timing Analysis
4 analyzer pods
required
Inverse Assembler
Software provided with the analysis
probe quickly configures the logic
analyzer by labeling address, data,
and status signals for the CPU32. The
software includes an inverse assembler, which gives you CPU32
mnemonics in the trace listing for
easy correlation between captured
data and target code. Instructions
that are prefetched but not executed
are marked in the trace display.
Coprocessor operations can also be
displayed or removed from the trace.
Additionally, when the target microcontroller is configured in show
mode, the analysis probe will capture
and disassemble internal cycles.
Agilent B4620B Source
Correlation Tool Set
Figure 6: Inverse Assembler Filter Options
The Agilent B4620B source correlation tool set allows you to time-correlate an acquired trace to written
code. The source correlation tool set
uses the symbolic information provided in your object file to build a database of source files, line numbers,
and symbol information.
After the logic analyzer acquires the
real-time trace, you can step through
the trace at assembly-code level or
source-code level. You can more easily locate the cause of a problem by
stepping backward to the root cause.
With time-correlated analysis in
both the digital and analog domains,
Agilent Technologies provides powerful solutions for your most difficult
hardware/software integration
problems. IEEE 695, OMF X86,
Elf/Dwarf, ASCII, and TI COFF symbol files are supported.
Figure 7: Inverse Assembled Trace Time-Correlated to Source Code Using the
Agilent Source Correlation Tool Set
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Figure 8: Statistical Performance Information from the Agilent System Performance
Analysis Tool Set
System Correlation
With the Agilent logic analysis systems, you can time-correlate bus
information from many other microcontrollers or bus interfaces in your
target system, such as a PCI bus,
with the CPU32. Analysis probes are
available for other microcontrollers
and buses in your system. (Contact
your local Agilent Test and Measurement sales office or visit our web
site at www.agilent.com/find/las-data
for more information.)
* Available for an additional charge.
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Agilent B4600B System
Performance Analysis Tool Set
The system performance analysis
tool set (SPA) is an optional software
package* for the 16600A and 16700A
Series logic analysis systems. The
SPA tool set provides statistical performance measurements on your system such as state overview, state
interval, time interval, and time overview. The same symbol file used
with the source correlation tool set
provides symbolic support for the
system performance analysis tool set,
as shown in figure 8.
Analysis Probe Connections
E5346A
Termination
Adapter
3.3 in - 83.8 mm
5.6 in - 142 mm
Cable length = 4.5 in
Clip clearance = 0.422 in
Height = 0.550 in
Width = 1.250 in
Depth = 1.556 in
Analysis Probe
Main Board
Transition Board
QFP 132-pin to
PGA Adapter
Figure 9: 132-Pin PQFP Analysis Probe
3.3 in - 83.8 mm
5.6 in - 142 mm
E5346A High-Density
Adapter Cable
Transition Board
Analysis Probe
Main Board
Elastomeric
Probe Adapter
Flexible
Adapter Cable
Figure 10: 144-Pin TQFP Analysis Probe
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E5346A
High-Density
Adapter Cable
3.3 in - 83.8 mm
5.6 in - 142 mm
Transition Board
Analysis Probe
Main Board
Elastomeric
Probe Adapter
Flexible Adapter Cable
Figure 11: 160-Pin TQFP Analysis Probe
E5346A
High -Density Adapter Cable
5.9 in - 150mm
1
Analysis Probe Main Board
3.4 in - 86 mm
Elastomeric Probe Adapter
Transition Board
Flexible Adapter Cable
Figure 12: 240-Pin PQFP Analysis Probe
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Analysis Probe Mechanical Specifications
C
B
G
D
A
K
F
H
J
L
Maximum height
of components in
this area: 0.8 mm
M
E
C
Adapter
144-Pin TQFP
(inches)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
0.67
1.24
0
.06
0.14
(millimeters)
160-PIN PQFP
(inches)
17.13 to
22.00
31.5
0
1.4
3.5
0.827
(min)
21.00
(min)
0.795
(max)
20.20
(max)
0.76
1.58
0.16
NA
0.15
(millimeters)
240-Pin PQFP
(inches)
19.2
40.21
4
NA
3.8
1.154
(min)
29.32
(min)
0.76
1.740
0.16
.19
0.15
(millimeters)
19.2
44.2
4
4.9
3.8
1.293
(min)
32.85
(min)
J
K
L
M
0.866
0.053 to
+/- 0.008 0.057
22.00
1.35 to
+/- 0.20 1.45
0.057 to
0.063
1.45 to
1.60
0.020
+/- 0.02
0.50
+/-0.03
0.009
+/- 0.02
0.22
+/-0.05
1.106
(max)
28.10
(max)
1.266
(max)
32.15
(max)
0.126 to
0.146
3.20 to
3.70
0.136 to
0.161
3.45 to
4.10
0.03
0.087 to
0.015
0.22 to
0.38
1.268
(max)
32.20
(max)
1.362
+/- 0.008
34.60
+/- 0.20
0.136to
0.161
3.45 to
4.10
0.126 to
0.142
3.20 to
3.60
0.65
0.0197
0.5
0.0067 to
0.0106
0.17 to
0.27
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System Configuration and
Ordering Information
Agilent makes it easier and more
economical to configure and order
your emulation or analysis solution
by providing solution product numbers. The table below shows the system components you need to order
and what is included in each one.
Several solutions are available,
depending on the probing solution
that best fits your needs. The solution
product numbers do not include logic
analysis systems. The Agilent 16600A
Solution
and 16700A Series logic analysis systems need to be ordered separately.
If you want to configure or upgrade
your system with individual products,
see page 15 for individual product
number information.
Products to Order
Included Components
Emulation Solution
• Emulation Probe
• E5900A #030
• Debugger Connection
• Order directly from Green Hills, Microtec, or SDS
Emulation Solution with
Real-Time Trace
• 16600A or 16700A Series
Logic Analysis System
• Refer to publication 5966-3148E for
state/timing modules overview
• Supported logic analyzers: 16600A,
16601A, 16602A, 16700A, 16550/555/556 A/D
• Emulation/ Real-Time
Trace Solutions
•
•
•
•
E9489A #002 - 68331/32/34/35 132-Pin PQFP
E9489A #003 - 68331/32/34/35 144-Pin TQFP
E9496A #002 - 68336/76 160-Pin PQFP
E9490A #002 - 68360/EN/PM/MH/MH360V
241-Pin PGA
• E9490A #003 - 68360/EN/PM/MH/MH360V
240-Pin PQFP
• Debugger Connection
• Order directly from Green Hills, Microtec, or SDS
• Optional System Performance
Analysis Tool Set
• B4600B
•
•
•
•
Analysis Probe
Inverse Assembler
Emulation Module
Source Correlation
Tool Set
• Appropriate Adapters
• Two E5346A HighDensity Termination
Adapters (6833x)
• Three 5346A HighDensity Termination
Adapters (68x360)
Logic Analysis Solution
• 16600A or 16700A Series
Logic Analysis System
• Refer to publication 5966-3148E for
state/timing modules overview
• Supported logic analyzers:
16600A, 16601A, 16602A, 16550/555/556 A/D
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• Logic Analysis Solutions
•
•
•
•
E9589A #002 - 68331/32/34/35 132-Pin PQFP
E9589A #003 - 68331/32/34/35 144-Pin TQFP
E9596A #002 - 68336/76 160-Pin PQFP
E9590A #002 - 68360/EN/PM/MH/MH360V
241-Pin PGA
• E9490A #003 - 68360/EN/PM/MH/MH360V
240-Pin PQFP
• Optional Source Correlation
Tool Set
• B4620B
• Optional System Performance
Analysis Tool Set
• B4600B
• Optional Emulation Module
• E5901A #030
•
•
•
•
Analysis Probe
Inverse Assembler
Appropriate Adapters:
Two E5346A HighDensity Termination
Adapters (6833x)
• Three 5346A HighDensity Termination
Adapters (68x360)
Individual Components Ordering Information
Description
Agilent Product
Emulation Probe
E5900A #030
Emulation Module
E5901A #030
68331/32/34/35 132-Pin Analysis Probe
E9589A #002
68331/32/34/35 144-Pin TQFP Analysis Probe
E9589A #003
68336/76 160-Pin Analysis Probe
E9596A #002
68360/EN/PM/MH/MH360V 241-Pin Analysis Probe
E9590A #002
68360/EN/PM/MH/MH360V 240-Pin PQFP Analysis Probe
E9590A #003
Source Correlation Tool Set
B4620B
System Performance Analysis Tool Set
B4600B
High Density Termination Adapter
E5346A
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Related Literature
Pub. Number
Agilent 16600A and 16700A Series Logic Analysis
System Mainframes
5966-3107E
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