we are designing our own Stellaris 9B96 based circuit board. Can we get the source codes
We have a few questions regarding the ICDI debug interface circuit, in particular the content of the EPROM U11 (device type CAT93C46) which is used in conjuction with USB Device Controller U12 (FT2232D). We would like to understand if we need to program U11 and U12 and if so how is this acheived or can we just purchase preprogrammed devices. What does TI recommend?
I'm checking with the expert (who is away until the middle of next week) but, as far as I am aware, the EEPROM (U11) holds information used by the FTDI device to return appropriate USB descriptors to the host system. This includes name strings and VID/PID. If you need more information quickly, you can probably find answers via the FTDI web site or datasheet for the FT2232D part. I will, however, update this post when I hear from the person who has the answers.
I've just heard back from the person who knows this stuff and he tells me that there is a utility called FT_Prog on the FTDI web site that allows you to read and write the EEPROM used by the FT2232D.
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