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Making our own JTAG based programming device for ARM

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Hello friends

I have been working on ARM from last 2 years, Till now what i have done
only includes its peripherels and now it's time to get into the core.
So i decided to make a thing which not only makes our interest of having more
and more knowledge but also removes a basic problem of not able to program the
controller without a PC.
A device which can programe the flash through JTAG (not from serial as some people don't provide ISP provisions) without any use of front end and PC. A device which have a display to monitor programming status and keys to operate. I Think its a nice idea. I would suggest every one to share there views and knowledge and
let us build this togather.

Hope every one will get intertested in it

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devendra_devgupta said:
Hello friends

I have been working on ARM from last 2 years, Till now what i have done
only includes its peripherels and now it's time to get into the core.
So i decided to make a thing which not only makes our interest of having more
and more knowledge but also removes a basic problem of not able to program the
controller without a PC.
A device which can programe the flash through JTAG (not from serial as some people don't provide ISP provisions) without any use of front end and PC. A device which have a display to monitor programming status and keys to operate. I Think its a nice idea. I would suggest every one to share there views and knowledge and
let us build this togather.

Hope every one will get intertested in it


Hi,
What I have used was an ICE - in circuit emulator which let you run stepwise and see the status on the IDE provided for Windows. The software used was CodeWarrior.

Hope it helps 'n if not mail me for options.

Bye.

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