CC3100 & CC3200 Debug Support

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Overview

The SimpleLink Wi-Fi devices can be connected to several emulator for debug capabilities. This page provides suggestions on project's modification, in order to various off the shelf emulators.

Connecting JLINK to CC3200 LP

This script enables debugging CC3200 using Segger J-Link Emulator.

J-Link emulator supports ARM 20 JTAG and to attach J-Link to CC3200 LP, disconnect the on board FTDI from the JTAG lines by removing jumpers J8, J9 J10 and J11.Following table give the mapping of the ARM 20 pin header to CC3200 LP.

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Attaching J-Link Script to a IAR Project

  • Open Project->Options->Debugger and select J-Link/J-Trace from the Driver drop down.


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  • Press OK.
  • Start the debug session by pressing “Download and Debug” session button.
  • This debug session will fail to connect to target.
  • Click the J-Link icon from notification area on task bar to open up the J-Link Control Panel


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  • Go to ‘Setting’ tab and select the script file to execute.
  • Close the control panel.
  • On IAR, terminate the debug session and restart the session.


Download

CC3200_JLinkScript.zip

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