PanaX NEO is a new debugging environment designed to take the place of previous on-board debugging environments.
Compared to previous on-board debugging environments, PanaX NEO incorporates expandability for the future along with enhancements to the functionality required for software debugging of upcoming microcomputers and system LSIs.
See the following features.
- Standard host computer connectivity is via USB 1.1/2.0 and Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX.
- Each unit is stack-structured, which enables to add newly developed units (e.g. trace unit with large capacity, ROM emulator) to extend functionality.
- Maximum acquisition clock frequency is up to 200MHz.
- Tracing on both edges of the clock is supported.
- Trace memory can record results of 512 kframes.
- Improved reliability with differential transmission.
- JTAG: 1.8V to 3.3V
- DWire32A: 2.5V to 5.0V
- Trace: 1.8V to 3.3V
Redesigned target connecting adapter
- Improving reliability by detecting version mismatch or misuse of connected adapters.
- Providing standard cables (about 45cm) and long cables (about 120cm) as target connection cable.
Adoption of high-capacity FPGAs
- Supporting LSI including multi-core debugging and performance evaluation function.