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The LX-1000, Arium's powerhouse ETM trace port analyzer for the embedded market, supports ARM7™, ARM9™, ARM11™, and ARM® Cortex™ cores. The emulator delivers an industry-leading trace depth of up to 8 GByte and a half-clock capture rate of 680 MHz. The LX-1000 ships with a 38-pin ETM Mictor connector for trace and a 20-pin JTAG connector for straight run control (1 KHz - 40 MHz) or a separate module supporting ARM HSSTP or other serial trace protocols.
Included with the LX-1000 is Arium's flagship SourcePoint™ debugging software. The debugger interface is part of the company's core technology developed specifically for SoC design and debug. The 32-bit application runs on Microsoft® Windows® and Linux hosts. The LX-1000, when coupled with SourcePoint™, features fast downloads, a robust command language, and intuitive manipulation and elegant display of code. Designed and developed as a complete solution, the tight integration of the trace port analyzer and the debugger offers developers one of the most robust and high-performance debug solutions on the market today.
Arium's LX-1000 Linux OS-aware debug solution includes full symbolic, source-level debugging of Linux kernel code (including loadable kernel modules), and applications (including shared libraries). Developers can launch or attach to multi-threaded processes with seamless transitions to and from the kernel and each process, debug the kernel straight out of reset, and dynamically debug loaded Linux kernel modules. In addition, with SourcePoint and the LX-1000, developers can get Linux console output through the JTAG port, eliminating a serial or Ethernet port requirement.
Key features of the LX-1000: • Non-intrusive, real-time debug • JTAG rate up to 40 MHz • USB 2.0 and 10/100/1000Base-T host connectivity • Full ARM® and Thumb™ instruction set support • Up to 8 GByte trace buffer depth • 680 MHz trace capture rate • Linux OS-aware debug • Integrated flash programming • Integrated C source with trace • Customizable views • Fast symbols finder • Single view of all I/O-mapped devices • Individual processor control • Multi-core debug • Multiple file format support • RealMonitor® support • Semihosting support • Robust, user-friendly command language • All popular compiler toolchains supported