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TMS320C6654: JTAG

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Part Number: TMS320C6654

Hello,

we plan to use the emulator TMDSEMU200-U with TMS320C6654 and there is overwhelming amount of information in the forums. I would like to use the 14 position header to connect the emulator and it uses EMU0 and EMU1. The emulator also comes with a 20 position header which uses in addition EMU2, EMU3 and EMU4. Are they used and is there a loss in function if we use the 14 versus the 20 position headers? We are familiar with the 14 and have used with other TI DSPs and also have the parts in stock.

Is it okay to use the 14 position header with TMDSEMU200-U

I have gone through spru655i and spru641 but I wasn't clear.

Thanks,

Divakar

  • Guru 149065 points
    Divakar,

    The only loss of functionality you will experience is the inability to perform System Trace on the device. All other functionality will be guaranteed to work.

    Details about System Trace can be found in the section "Trace" of the User's Guide at:
    downloads.ti.com/.../ccs_debug-main.html

    Also, on the Trace Webinar below:
    www.youtube.com/watch

    Hope this helps,
    Rafael

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  • In reply to desouza:

    Thanks,

    would I get it with the 20 pin header? Or there is no difference between 20 and 14 pin with regards to the TMDSEMU200-U,

    regards.

    Divakar

  • Guru 149065 points

    In reply to Ramgopal Divakar:

    Divakar,

    Please apologize; I missed in my previous reply that you were using the XDS200 Debug Probe.

    Since this particular Debug Probe does not support System Trace via the EMU2~4 pins, there is no practical difference in using either pin standard (20 or 14).

    Hope this helps,
    Rafael

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