System Navigator for Turbo 186 Cores
System Navigator tools for
VAutomation Turbo186 Core and
Lantronix DSTni-LX / DSTni-EX Processors
The System Navigator supports the family of Turbo 186 cores used in many SoCs from various suppliers including Lantronix. VAutomation was acquired by ARC International in 2000 and the core licensing has been discontinued, but processors based on the design are available from Lantronix and Grid Connect.
The System Navigator for Turbo 186 cores is designed to support the special features and integrated peripherals of the synthesizable core. Special "silicon hooks" for System-on-Chip development are integrated into the synthesizable IP model for the core. These On-Chip Instrumentation (OCI™) extensions allow FS2 to provide a powerful debug tool with advanced features at a competitive price.
The System Navigator is contained in a compact chassis that connects to the target system using a standard 10 pin connector. It requires access to only 4 pins in the core processor. The system runs on a Windows® 2000/XP PC over a USB 2.0 port (10/100 Ethernet optional). An optional graphical, source level debugger program, from Paradigm Systems provides an intuitive, easy to use interface and complete package of compiler, linker, and locator tools.
Go, halt processor run control
Read-write all CPU registers, memory and I/O
Single step by assembly or C source instruction
Unlimited software breakpoints
Load binary, Intel Hex or OMF86 file formats
Debug register breakpoints for code and data
Low-level access to JTAG functions for silicon verification
Flash programming support
Easily program and modify integrated peripherals
Single line assembler/disassembler
Trace window with full trace decode into instruction mnemonics
Load symbols, including code, variables, and variable types
Support C and assembly source code
Source window (Paradigm debugger) can display C source or mixed mode
Source window provides execution control: go; halt; goto cursor; step over/into call
Source window can set or clear software or hardware breakpoints
Source window allows selecting global or local variable and adding to variable window
Trigger window for setting complex triggers
Command-line interface with Tcl/tk scripting language standard
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