WiFiDemon - The New JTAG Development System using WiFi
The Debug Store announces the WiFiDemon JTAG Development Interface. It is not just a fast On-Chip Debug (OCD) JTAG interface; it is a complete development system running Linux Fedora Core 15.
The WiFiDemon is Macraigor's fastest and most versatile OCD interface device for use in the design, debugging and programming of microprocessor and microcontroller based embedded systems.
Fast OCD JTAG Interface
The WiFiDemon can be connected to the host PC via a 10/100 BaseT Ethernet or WiFi connection allowing the developer to control the debugging operation some distance from his desk - in fact he can be located across the globe! The WiFiDemon supports configurable JTAG/BDM clock rates from 4.5KHz to 24MHz, allowing very fast code download and responsive debugging.
As a Development System
The WiFiDemon is fitted with a 40GB hard drive, two USB ports (to connect a mouse and keyboard) and a VGA port to connect a monitor. The development tools pre-loaded onto the hard drive can be run on the system allowing development work to be carried out locally - this makes it ideal for use in the field.
The Debug Store
The Debug Store is Macraigor Systems' main European distributor based in the UK. It specialises in supplying embedded systems development tools and electronic test equipment to electronic engineers in the UK and thoughout Europe and is known as "The Electronic Engineers' Tool Store". The company was founded and is run by John Legg, an experienced embedded hardware and software engineer whose philosophy has always been to introduce innovative solutions to the embedded systems developer and to back them with both pre and post sales advice and support.
Macraigor Systems, LLC is a leading supplier of JTAG connection devices for on-chip debugging. Their reputation in the embedded industry has been built on the OCDemon product technology which provides a low-cost, full featured connection from a PC to the on-chip debug facilities of 32 and 64-bit processors, providing host support for Microsoft Windows and Linux systems.
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