Debug Probes - J-Link & J-Trace

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The J-Link debug probes with their outstanding performance, robustness, and ease of use are the market leading debug probes today. The J-Trace PRO sets a benchmark for instruction tracing with its streaming trace function that enables unlimited tracing at full clock speed.

This wiki page explains and links to details and device specifics that can not be found on the debug and trace probes product pages.

Glossary / Definitions of Debug and Trace specific terms

J-Link

SEGGER J-Links are the most widely used line of debug probes available today. They've proven their value for more than 10 years in embedded development. This popularity stems from the unparalleled performance, extensive feature set, large number of supported CPUs, and compatibility with all popular development environments.

J-Link software

J-Link model specifics

Extending device support

Troubleshooting

Device specifics

Ambiq Micro

Analog Devices

AndesTech

ARM

Atmel

Cypress

Dialog Semiconductor

Infineon

Intel

MediaTek

Microchip

Nordic Semi

Nuvoton

NXP

Renesas

Silicon Labs

SiFive

ST

Syntacore

TI

Toshiba

Xilinx

Zilog

Core specifics

Evaluation board specifics

ARM

Ambiq Micro

Adafruit

Atmel

Infineon

MediaTek

Microchip

Renesas

SiFive

Silicon Labs

Syntacore

TI

NXP

ST

Xilinx

Flash programming

J-Trace

J-Trace PRO is an advanced debug probe that supports the advanced tracing features of Arm Cortex cores. It can capture complete instruction traces over long periods of time—thereby enabling the recording of infrequent, hard-to-reproduce bugs. This is particularly helpful when the program flow "runs off the rails" and stops in a fault state. Using the right software tools, J-Trace PRO trace probes are particularly helpful in analyzing system behaviour enabling uninstrumented live code coverage and code profiling.

Device Specifics

Keil MDK

RTT

WebUSB

J-Flash

IDE and Debugger specifics

Ozone

FAQ

Glossary / Definitions