Renesas RZ/T2M

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The RZ/T2M is an high-performance multi-function MPU featuring two Cortex-R52 cores.

QSPI Flash Programming Support

Before continuing with this article, please read the generic article about QSPI flash programming support: QSPI_Flash_Programming_Support

Setup

  • Hardware: Renesas RZ/T2M-RSK
  • Device: R9A07G075M0
  • SPI NOR Flash: Macronix MX25R512 (64MB flash)

Port / Pin Configuration

Alternate function Port / Pin
XSPI0_DS P14_4
XSPI0_CKP P14_6
XSPI0_IO0 P14_7
XSPI0_IO1 P15_0
XSPI0_IO2 P15_1
XSPI0_IO3 P15_2
XSPI0_CS0 P15_7
XSPI0_RESET0 P16_1

Parallel CFI NOR Flash Programming Support

The J-Link software supports flash programming of an externally connected parallel CFI NOR flash out-of-the-box. The pins used on the RZ/T2M-RSK are assumed by default. The external memory starts at address 0x70000000.

Note:
This may be changed in future versions so that customers have to perform the external BUS interface initilization by themselves

Reset

A device specific reset is performed containing the following steps:

  1. Make sure that the device halts immediately after reset (before it can execute any instruction of the user application) by setting EDECR.RCE == 1
  2. Reset the core and peripherals by toggling the reset pin
  3. Pass through the RZ/T2M Authentication process if necessary
  4. Power core if necessary
  5. Enable debug mode if necessary
  6. Clear the reset catch bit (EDECR.RCE == 0)

Debug Authentication

The RZ/T2M supports different authentication levels. Depending on the authentication level, debug access can be granted if the correct key is passed. How this is possible is described below.

Note:
For security products, the MDD pin must be set to the correct state.

Specifying the authentication code using J-Link Command String

This is the recommended method as the specified authentication key will be used for the whole session. This way, the key must not specified multiple times (e.g. if a reset is performed). The J-Link Command String needs to be passed to the J-Link DLL before establishing the target connection. The J-Link Command String SetCPUConnectIDCode <AuthKey> has to be used (see example below).

Example authentication key:

  • AuthenticationKey0: 0x01234567
  • AuthenticationKey1: 0x89ABCDEF
  • AuthenticationKey2: 0x00224466
  • AuthenticationKey3: 0x88AABBCC
 exec SetCPUConnectIDCODE 67452301EFCDAB8966442200CCBBAA88

Specifying the authentication code using the ID Code dialog

If the authentication key has not been specified using the Command String although it is required to enable debug access, the following message box will pop up which allows specifying the authentication key.

JLink RZT2M AuthenticationDialog.png

Evaluation Boards

Example Application