I have question on the procedure of power on when I use JTAG debugger.
I1. Target Board (e.g. MSP-TS430PZ100A)
I2. JTAG Debugger (e.g. MSP-FETU430IF)
The procedure to start JTAG debugging includes (the order is arbitrary in the following):
A1. connection of cable between MSP-FETU430IF and PC (Then JTAG debugger is powered on)
A2. connection of cable between MSP-FETU430IF and MSP-TS430PZ100A
A3. Power on MSP-TS430PZ100A
Is the procedure A3 should be after A2 always? If I do A3 before A1 and A2, does this cause
breakdown of hardware (JTAG Debugger or Target Board)?
I did not take care of this kind of procedure using MSP-TS430PZ100A for a long time, but my colleage
advised me to check the procedure so that breakdown of hardware does not occur (especially
when in the case of a target board without some protection circuit).