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IBDAP is a fully CMSIS-DAP compatible debug adapter. It provides vendor independent debug interface for ARM 32-bit Cortex microcontrollers over JTAG/SWD interface. You can do debugging functions like stepping, breakpoints, watch points and firmware download etc. It's fully supported by Keil, OpenOCD, GNU GDB, IAR and other commonly used debugging tools.
Debug adapters are expensive, some could cost thousands of dollars, some may not be compatible among different vendors. Luckily, ARM standardized the debugging interface which is called CMSIS-DAP and released the firmware implementation on some processors, however, you still need a Keil MDK Professional edition software in order to build the firmware, even the open source one provided by mbed and the price for Keil Professional is intimidating. All these barriers has become the first issue that every inventor is facing, and we need a solution!
IBDAP's objective is to become an affordable open source & open hardware CMSIS-DAP JTAG/SWD debug probe implementation using gcc & makefile. Anyone can modify and embed a debug probe on its own device easily with everything under its control.
Besides being functioning as a JTAG/SWD debug probe, IBDAP could also be used as a general development board. It has an ARM Cortex M0 processor running at 48Mhz and has peripherals like UART, I2C, SPI, USB. It can be used in many applications like USB audio devices, USB mouse/keyboards, USB mass storage devices, USB-TTL adapter device and many many more. Moreover, the 10-bit high precision ADC peripheral also makes IBDAP an ideal device for any sensor projects.
NXP LPC11U35FHI33/501 ARM Cortex M0 48Mhz processor
64kB Flash, 12kB RAM, 2kB EEPROM
1xUSART, 1xI2C, 2xSPI, 1xUSB2.0, 8xADC(10-bit), 26xGPIO
Armstart GNU gcc-arm and make implementation of CMSIS-DAP with source codes provided
Supports mbed programming
The supported target processors including but not limited to:
Nordic Semiconductor nRF51822 (see)
STM32 ARM Cortex-M series of microcontrollers (see)
Atmel ARM Cortex-M series of microcontrollers (see)
NXP ARM Cortex-M series of microcontrollers (see)
Freescale ARM Cortex-M series of microcontrollers (see)
1 x Armstart IBDAP board
1 x 10-pin (0.05'') JTAG cable
1 x IBDAPC10J20 20-pin (0.1'') to 10-pin (0.05'') JTAG adapter
1 x 2.54mm Pitch 40-Pin Break-apart Male Header
Source code: https://github.com/Armstart-com/IBDAP-CMSIS-DAP
User Manual: https://s3.amazonaws.com/armstart/Debug+Tools/IBDAP-LPC11U35/IBDAP-User-Manual_en.pdf
Schematic and Source Codes
How to flash IBDAP firmware onto IBDAP board
By pressing RESET and ISP buttons at the same time and then release them, a USB mass storage device will show up with a single file "firmware.bin", delete it and paste in the IBDAP-latest.binfile from below. Press RESET button again. Now Firmware flash complete.
Firmware Binary: https://s3.amazonaws.com/armstart/Debug+Tools/IBDAP-LPC11U35/IBDAP-latest.bin
How to build IBDAP firmware from source
To building IBDAP CMSIS-DAP firmware you need Linux/Ubuntu. You also need to install GNU ARM embedded toolchain, which can be download from here: https://launchpad.net/gcc-arm-embedded
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