If set for BDM then the Control Module not the CPU decides what will happen next.
NXP has released a new, scalable S32K3xx device family that features an advanced secure debug mechanism.
Learn more about the i.MX security features and watch a demonstration of how to create a secure i.MX RT10xx programming image.
This article describes how to create an Inital Key and how to install it on a Cyclone Programmer.
This article is about creating, deploying, and limiting an ImageKey for the Cyclone ISP Programmer
This article provides an example of custom encryption and restriction for an image to drop it on the Cyclone ISP Programmer.
The Universal Programmers are available as a replacement for PRO and MAX and are much more powerful than their predecessor models. Here you can find out what you have to pay attention to when changing.
STMicroelectronics' STM32CubeIDE is an Eclipse-based activation platform that supports code development and debugging on STM32 ARM microprocessors.
The PEmicro product line of Cyclone single programmers offers a fast, robust and automated solution for programming microprocessors on a production scale.
PEmicro today updated the popular Cyclone Automated Control Package to support PEmicro's recently released Cyclone Universal and Cyclone Universal FX stand-alone production programmers.
The Cyclone FX has the capability to automatically select and launch a programming image based upon a scanned barcode.
As part of the Cyclone Control Suite, PEmicro includes a graphical application called Cyclone Control GUI.
This example is shown in C. The code and demo applications of the Cyclone Control SDK interfaces are included for GCC, LabView, Microsoft Visual C, Microsoft Visual C # and Delphi / FPC.
PEmicro has released a powerful new set of automated control software
The Cyclone Control Console is a powerful command-line application that allows simultaneous control of one or more Cyclones.
A volume production solution is often based on simultaneous group programming of different target boards to meet the speed and throughput requirements.
The PEmicro GDB server now supports the sequence control and FLASH programming of many ARM devices using GNU GDB debugger tools in addition to the PEmicro hardware interfaces.