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1 Intended Use The ARM Injector is an indispensable tool for engineers who work with JTAG enabled target systems based on an ARM processor core with Debug and EmbeddedICE capability. The ARM Injector provides JTAG emulation, opto-isolated relays, target reset, and UART serial connectivity to a target development system via a single USB link. In addition, the ARM Injector can operate in stand-alone mode, powered by the target connection, and providing JTAG control commands to the target hardware from an on-board MultiMedia Flash card device. This stand-alone feature allows the ARM Injector to be used in automated post-engineering tasks such as manufacturing and test. The ARM Injector has practical use in development, debugging, manufacturing, field service, and remote control of ARM based products. Key Features at a Glance The following is a summary of the key features of the ARM Injector: Provides JTAG interface for development, debugging, manufacturing, field service, and remote control of target ARM devices; supports non-intrusive target debugging Supports ARM cores with Debug and EmbeddedICE capability UART serial link to target with either RS-232 or CMOS level signals TTL compatible, opto-isolated relays for control of target jumper connections and the board reset switch Stand-alone or USB v1.1 hot-plug tethered operation. Convenient flying-leads cable assembly allows connection to target board JTAG, jumpers and reset switch assemblies. Multi-Media Card (MMC) on-board Flash storage (currently available in capacities of 16, 32 and 64MB). Flash programming capability using a target client Unique ARM Injector identification on the USB bus (ability to control multiple named Injectors from the host) Fast JTAG download rates Support for in-system customization of manufactured image in stand-alone mode Sophisticated set of Linux host development tools Debugging from Linux host using standard GDB cross client Target serial port connection (available on host system as /dev/ttyusbx)

2 Operational Modes The ARM Injector can operate in two modes: USB Connected: In this mode, the ARM Injector is powered from a USB cable attached to a development host. Drivers and utilities on the host system interactively control the ARM target via the ARM Injector. Stand-alone: In this mode, the ARM Injector is powered from the target connector, and is detached from the USB host. Operation of the Injector is controlled from JTAG commands stored in on-board MMC flash. Target Interfaces The ARM Injector implements the following hardware interfaces to an ARM target: JTAG UART serial link Reset Opto-isolated relays for target jumper control Power supply input The ARM Injector supports hot plugging of the target interface. The target interface is implemented as two separate connectors. JTAG connector (J1) provides an industrystandard 14-pin interface to the target JTAG port. The I/O connector (J2) implements the serial link, optoisolated relays, target reset control, and power supply input. The following tables detail the pin outs of the J1 and J2 connectors *. Pin Signal Type Description 2 RTCK In Return Test Clock signal from the target JTAG port to the ARM Injector. This signal is used by the ARM Injector firmware to dynamically control the TCK rate. Targets that do not need adaptive clock timing may simply ground this pin or connect it to the TCK signal (pin 9). 4 TDO In Test Data Out signal from the target JTAG port to the ARM Injector. 6 TCK Out Test Clock signal from the Injector to the target JTAG port. This pin should be pulled to a defined state on the target. 8 TMS Out Test Mode Select signal from the Injector to the target JTAG port. This pin should be pulled up on the target. 10 TDI Out Test Data In signal from the ARM Injector to the target JTAG port. It is recommended that this pin be pulled to a defined state on the target. 12 /TRST Out Test port reset. Open drain output from the ARM Injector to the Reset signal on the target JTAG port. This pin should be pulled up on the target. Pigeon Point Systems 2

3 Pin Signal Type Description 14 V3 Power +3.3 V power input supply to the Injector in standalone mode. The Injector draws its supply current from this pin directly if no other power source is available. This pin is also used in the USB-tethered mode to detect the target presence and power-on state. If the target supply voltage or its current is insufficient, the Injector must be powered via the USB bus. 1, 3, 5. 6, 9, 11, 13 Gnd Power Ground Table 1: ARM Injector JTAG Connector (J1) Pin Signal Type Description 1, 15 Gnd Power Ground 2 SRST OD Open Drain output from the Injector to the target system reset. This pin should be pulled up on the target. 3 RxD In Serial data to the Injector from the target serial port (RS-232) 4 RD In Serial data to the Injector from the target serial port (CMOS) 5 TxD Out Serial data from the Injector to the target serial port (RS-232) 6 TD Out Serial data from the Injector to the target serial port (CMOS) 7, 8 NC1 Opto Normally Closed Pole 1 ** 9, 10 NO1 Opto Normally Open Pole 1 ** 11, 12 NC0 Opto Normally Closed Pole 0 ** 13, 14 NO0 Opto Normally Open Pole 0 ** 16 V5 Power +5V power input supply to the Injector in standalone mode. The Injector draws its supply current from this pin via LDO regulator. If the target supply voltage or its current is insufficient, the Injector must be powered via the USB bus. Table 2: ARM Injector Target I/O Connector (J2) *Note: **Note: The pinout of the connectors was chosen to allow a straight cable connection to the industry standard 14-pin JTAG header on the target. The cable set supplied with the ARM Injector provides the correct pin mappings. Each NO/NC Pole is a target side of the Clare OptoMOS Relay (Form A and Form B respectively) and is controlled individually. Alternatively, NO and NC Poles may be combined to form one Form C relay. Electrical Characteristics The ARM Injector may operate from USB bus power or target power from the target connector. Power consumption of the ARM Injector depends on the mode of operation and input power supply voltage. The maximum power supply current (Is) in any operation mode does not exceed the value provided in Table 3. The ARM Injector supports hot plugging on the target interface. The value of leakage current (Ioz) in the OFF state is provided in Table 3. All signals on the connector are 3.3V CMOS level, 5V tolerant. Additionally, in the ON state 25-Ohm series resistors are included on all signals for line matching and low Pigeon Point Systems 3

4 noise. DC input/output characteristics (Vil, Vih, Vol, Voh) for all signals on the connector are provided in Table 3. Symbol Parameter Min Max Units V 3 V 5 I s V il V ih V ol V oh I oz V RL I RL R ON Power supply voltage Power supply voltage Power supply current (V s = 5V) Low-level input voltage High-level input voltage Low-level output voltage (I ol =8mA) High-level output voltage (I oh =-4mA) Off-state current (0V <= V in <= 5V) Relay output load voltage (Peak) Relay output load current (Continuous) Relay output On-Resistance (I RL =120 ma) TBD TBD V TBD TBD V ma V V V V -1 1 µa V ma O Table 3: DC Electrical Characteristics Pigeon Point Systems 4

5 Table 4 provides absolute maximum ratings for power supply input and all input/output signals on the connector. Symbol Description Value Units V s V in V ISO Supply voltage relative to GND Input voltage relative to GND Isolation Voltage relay output to any other signal -0.5 to to 5.5 V V 3750 V RMS Table 4: Absolute Maximum Ratings Host Development Tools The ARM Injector works with conjunction with a Linux hosted suite of development tools. These provide full control of an ARM Injector over the USB bus from a Linux hosted machine. GDB Debugging The ARM Injector supports non-intrusive on-chip debugging of ARM targets using the standard GDB client running on the Linux development host. For that purpose, the ARM Injector implements in its on-board firmware a GDB server capable of translating high-level requests from the GDB client on the Linux host into low-level, performance efficient accesses of the ARM target over JTAG. Debugging of ARM is non-intrusive, in the sense that when accessing the ARM resources (memory, registers, etc), the GDB server running on the ARM Injector keeps the ARM target in the debug mode, accessing the target resources via the on-chip Debug and EmbeddedICE interfaces of the ARM core. This allows for debugging of unmodified, ready-foruse code, considerably reducing development phase and overall product risks. All levels of GDB debugging, from low-level accesses to the ARM resources up to source level debugging and the GDB GUI interface on the Linux development host are supported. Debugging of ARM targets at the firmware level is supported, making the ARM Injector an indispensable Background Debug Mode (BDM) tool for initial debugging of prototype and production target devices. In addition to non-intrusive debugging of ARM targets, the ARM Injector supports another debugging mode that is especially suited for Linux kernels and user space applications and libraries. In this mode, there is a GDB server running on the target that uses the JTAG interface as a communication channel between the target and the GDB client on the Linux host. Having the GDB server on the target side allows full-fledged support of debugging Linux kernels, applications, and libraries, including debugging of Linux primitives such as signals, threads, and so on. This is similar in concept to debugging of Linux kernels and applications over Pigeon Point Systems 5

6 a serial line or Ethernet except that the ARM Injector does not require a serial or Ethernet link for interactions between the GDB client and GDB server but uses the fast JTAG link instead. The drawback of this approach, compared to the non-intrusive debugging of targets also supported by the ARM Injector as described above, is just that - debugging is intrusive, meaning that any time the GDB server needs to communicate to the GDB client on the Linux host, the target program under debug is fully stopped, until the user explicitly continues it. The advantage is that debugging at the Linux OS level (signals, threads, etc) is fully supported. Functional Block Diagram The ARM Injector module functional block diagram is shown in Figure 2. LEDs SanDisk MMC Green Yellow Red CN7 SRAM CY62256V-70 Address/Data CS1 SPI Atmel DataFlash CS0 EZ-USB AN2131QC Serial 0 Serial 1 Serial Serial Control Xilinx CPLD XC9572 IDT QS3VH2861 J1 ARM target connectors USB bus USB core I 2 C JTAG J2 CN1 I 2 C-bus SPI CS2 SEEPROM 24LC64 CN2 Expansion/Test connector Figure 2: ARM Injector Module Functional Block Diagram Application The ARM Injector is a tool that can be used during all phases of ARM product development and deployment. The sections below identify some of these possible uses. The ARM Injector device will be sold as both a pre-manufactured unit, and also as a reference design that can be incorporated into a custom end-use device. Pigeon Point Systems 6

7 Development Tool When connected to a target ARM development system, the ARM Injector and associated development host toolset provide unmatched development convenience. The ARM target device can be completely controlled via a single USB connection, thereby speeding development and freeing the developer from needing to maintain close proximity to the target board (e.g. reaching over and switching jumpers, pressing reset, etc). Repetitive actions such as loading Flash or configuring a booted Linux operating system via a serial port login can all be automated from the development host using shell scripting languages. For remote developers who are collaborating on ARM product development via network connections, the ARM Injector provides a convenient way for them to completely control the target device. Through a serial port connection to the target monitor, these remote developers can share development systems with local developers, and not require local assistance for setting up or rebooting the device. Debug Tool The GDB debug capability makes the ARM Injector a perfect debugging tool for a Linux host based development environment. The GDB debugging feature of the ARM Injector allows debugging ARM targets at all levels, from the initial firmware debugging and bring-up of targets up to source-level debugging of OS kernels and applications. Testing Automation Tool The same features that make the ARM Injector an excellent development tool also make it a good device for testing ARM based products. Test suites can be developed that automatically load a version of the target software onto the ARM device, and exercise them via the serial or other login channels (e.g. Ethernet). These test suites can have complete scripted control of the loading and execution of all software on the device, from firmware on up. A single test machine can potentially control several ARM Injector devices on the USB bus, thereby consolidating the test machine and not requiring expensive serial port servers (using less expensive USB hubs instead). Field Service Tool In stand-alone mode, the ARM Injector can be an indispensable field service tool. Software updates can be created as JTAG records, and programmed into the onboard Flash card via the USB connection to the host. Once disconnected, the ARM Injector becomes a stand-alone upgrade device that is capable of performing Flash updates or other arbitrary programs. A typical Field Update would involve bringing an appropriately programmed ARM Injector to the customer site, plugging it into the connector on the target equipment and powering up. The ARM be controlled via the JTAG interface. Three LEDs provide status and can report successful or non-successful updates. In situations where a laptop PC is available as part of the Field Service, the ARM Injector can run as a tethered USB device, and perform additional diagnostic activities via the serial port, or via programs loaded from the host. Manufacturing Tool One issue confronting companies is the design of the software manufacturing process line. Traditionally single or multiple golden software images need to be programmed into the end product, but customized with distinct software identifiers such as a serial number or network MAC address. An example of this might Pigeon Point Systems 7

8 be an embedded Linux internet device that rolls off the production line and needs to have its Linux image programmed into flash with a unique serial #, MAC address, and potentially a host name and initial IP address. The ARM Injector firmware has been designed to support this important need by implementing the following scheme. The ARM Injector USB firmware maintains an integer counter and a counter limit in the ARM Injector SEEPROM. The counter and the counter limit can be set and read from the host when the ARM Injector is attached to the USB bus. Each time an ARM target is programmed in stand-alone mode, the ARM Injector increases the SEEPROM counter by one. If the counter reaches the limit, the ARM Injector stops functioning as a stand-alone programming device and indicates this through the onboard LEDs to the operator. The current value of the counter is supplied to the target as a Parameter command each time the image is transferred to the target from the ARM Injector MMC Flash device. This value is then available to target programs such as the Flash programming code to use when generating serial numbers or MAC addresses, etc. As an example of using the ARM Injector for a manufacturing line, suppose there is a need to manufacture 1000 ARM target boards with a unique serial number (e.g ) and a unique MAC addresses (e.g. x:x:x:n1:n2:x). The goal is to do this from a single flash master (that is. not requiring unique flash images for each of the 1000 targets). The process is performed using 10 separate ARM Injectors in parallel (as a way of increasing manufacturing line throughput). As a first step in preparing these 10 Injector devices, they are each connected to the USB host, and each assigned a starting counter of N*100, and limit counter of N* That is, Injector 1 handles programming 0-99, Injector 2 handles programming , and so on. The golden flash image that is to be programmed into the target systems is loaded via the USB cable into the ARM Injector onboard Flash. When an ARM Injector is used as a stand-alone device to program targets, it passes the current counter value to the target Flash programming software as a parameter and increases the counter number in the ARM Injector SEEPROM. The user-defined portion of the target Flash programming software interprets the counter in target-specific way (e.g. as a value of serial number and as a piece of the target MAC address), modifies the image it read from the Injector with the target software identifiers, and then programs the image to Flash. When the counter reaches its limit, the ARM Injector ceases to function in stand-alone mode, thus preventing manufacturing more than one "identical" board. Pigeon Point Systems 8

9 standalone mode ARM Injector PC Computer SPI Flash target images serial line UART ARM JTAG USB bus target serial console target images target control EZ-USB Target Reset Opto-isolated relays Power Input Flash programming code target image Flash Firmware/OS image SEEPROM User-defined target counter Figure 3: ARM Injector Control and Data Flows Copyright , Pigeon Point Systems. All rights reserved. Pigeon Point Systems and ARM Injector are trademarks of Pigeon Point Systems. All other products and trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. Pigeon Point Systems 9

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