Robust Target Connections
On-demand Web Seminar
This webinar provides an overview of the challenges and a view of how to manage complex scenarios, keeping end product developers out of the tools development business.
The target connection to host-based development tool suites – specifically the debugger software – are now processor-based systems providing sophisticated target management, control and visibility, as well as board bring-up features and the ability to program flash memory. No longer a simple cable with buffering, current generation JTAG probes provide comprehensive setup and connection modes that can be easily modified, from supporting the processor vendor’s reference design to supporting OEM/ODM platforms with a wide range of goals.
How-to: Using Sourcery Probe to Program Flash Devices
This paper helps you use the flash programming utility (link to download the file included in paper) to program NOR flash memory on your ARM or MIPS target system using a Mentor® Embedded Sourcery™...
Smart Grid Security: Communication and Security Capabilities at the OS Level
Smart energy is an all-inclusive term that refers to upgrading the energy grid so it can support bi-directional flow of energy and data. Such an endeavor involves adding connectivity, communication, and...
Power Management Techniques for Smart Grid Devices
Energy efficiency is a top concern among developers building connected devices for the smart grid. Initially, the application-centric approach to building a device was used. But today, with sophisticated...