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You can connect up to 4 mIDASLinks via USB to your PC and debug four separate set-ups at the same time.
This is useful for debugging two sides of a communications link for example.
Refer to Section Configuring multiple J-Links / J-Traces in the JLINKARM User Manual.
Then in IAR EWARM or Keil uVision4, select the JLINK\mIDASLink corresponding to the set-up you want to debug.
If you have an old mIDASLink lying around and were planning to use it with the new ADuCRF101, then check that it is Version 6 or greater.
The ADuCRF101 supports the Serial Wire interface and does not include the JTAG interface. Serial Wire support was added to the mIDASLink from Version 6 onwards.
Pin 19 of the 20 way IDC connector can be used to supply power to the target hardware (up to 300mA). Check out Section Target power supply of the JLINKARM User Manual.
Pin 19 of the 20 way IDC connector can be used to supply power to the target hardware (up to 300mA).
Check out Section Target power supply of the JLINKARM User Manual.
Check out the JLINK ARM SDK which can be use to build your own applications that utilise the mIDASLink.
Note that for use on the ADI ADuCxxxx family of parts with ARM or Cortex M3 cores the mIDAS-Link works exactly the same as the Segger J-Link. This means that in addition to building your own applications as suggested by PatrickN you can use all other J-Link features such as for instance J-Flash from Segger for an easy to use downloader.
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