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    1 DMA channel setting can be move up to ~1MByte....

    1 DMA channel setting can be move up to ~1MByte. This is max. TREL * 16 (max. BLK mode) * 32 bits. To copy more bytes you can use a link list. With link list is a new DMA setting is loaded in the...
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    Yes, the target board power the output stage of...

    Yes, the target board power the output stage of miniWiggler. The diode is for this not forward biased. The resistor with 0R is always needed, also for other debugger which sense this pin to detect a...
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    It seems that your device is not powered. When...

    It seems that your device is not powered. When you connect the miniWiggler than 1 green LED means that the supply from target is available. The second green LED is on when the miniWIggler drives the...
  4. Please see here:...

    Please see here:
    https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/microcontroller/32-bit-tricore-microcontroller/32-bit-tricore-aurix-tc3xx/aurix-family-tc37xtx/#!highlights
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    Pin 1 of miniIWiggler must be connected to the...

    Pin 1 of miniIWiggler must be connected to the 3,3V of the device. Pin 19 of miniWiggler must be connected to ground. Pin 10 of the miniWIggler should be connected to PORST.
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    The capacitor C65 should not be assembled, this...

    The capacitor C65 should not be assembled, this capacitor is used in e.g. TC237 instead of the MOSFET and the coil.
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    You have problems with your connections on JTAG...

    You have problems with your connections on JTAG connector. Pin 1 must be connected to 3,3V directly. The miniWiggler use this voltage to drive the JTAG signals. Assemble R57 with 0R.
    Additional pin...
  8. This behavior is expected and described in the...

    This behavior is expected and described in the user manual. Please see the UM chapter '7.2.1.10 Reset Triggers' and there 'Prevention of Double SMU Resets' where is described how you can switch off...
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    Can you share this part from your schematics?

    Can you share this part from your schematics?
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    Contact Hitex or your distributor directly where...

    Contact Hitex or your distributor directly where you would buy and ask for the non-socket version KIT_A2G_TC377TX_3V3_TRB. This should be available.
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    How you get this info? The...

    How you get this info? The KIT_A2G_TC377TX_3V3_TRB is available...
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    Each stack size is defined standalone. You must...

    Each stack size is defined standalone. You must adapt the values for all stacks, e.g. LCF_USTACK0_SIZE and LCF_USTACK2_SIZE and LCF_USTACK3_SIZE
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    In this case you made shortcut between 3v3 and...

    In this case you made shortcut between 3v3 and 1v3 via the TC399 itself. As I wrote you can't simple replace the TC299 by a TC399.
    TC299 ball J21 and K20 are VDDFL3 and on your board connected to...
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    Isc is the static current and can't be compared...

    Isc is the static current and can't be compared with the dynamic current in case of switching.
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    Remove 1M resistor between XTAL1 and XTAL2, not...

    Remove 1M resistor between XTAL1 and XTAL2, not needed.
    Add a serial resistor with 0R in XTAL2.
    Which interface you will use for programming?
    VCAP1 and VCAP2 are wrong connected. See AP32261 for...
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    You must use %0 instead of %1 in your case....

    You must use %0 instead of %1 in your case. Please note the 0x1 is not a valid value for PC.
  17. HWCFG pins are connected to the correct levels?...

    HWCFG pins are connected to the correct levels? Can you add a snapshot of the used SMPS?
  18. Enabling HSM with invalid code for HSM will lock...

    Enabling HSM with invalid code for HSM will lock the device for ever. There is no possibility to recover the device. You must exchange the device.
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    Please see the demo projects for TriBoard and...

    Please see the demo projects for TriBoard and Application Kit in myicp.
  20. On myicp you can find demo software for TriBoard...

    On myicp you can find demo software for TriBoard and Application Kit with working GETH. Maybe you can use some of this and port to your board.
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    You made some adaptations for replacing the TC299...

    You made some adaptations for replacing the TC299 with a TC399? You can't remove TC299 and assemble TC399 instead directly.
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    Make sure that register STM_OCS is 0. If there is...

    Make sure that register STM_OCS is 0. If there is the OCDS Suspend Control is enabled then every time the suspend line is activated (e.g. by debugger, system halt) the STM stops counting.
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    This can't be achieve by filling the FIFO 1 time,...

    This can't be achieve by filling the FIFO 1 time, this must be done in 2 sequences (by CPU or DMA): first START / Chip-Address(Wr) / 1 data-byte second: REPEATED_START / Chip-Address(Rd) / data...
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    How you make sure that you access STM0 and STM1...

    How you make sure that you access STM0 and STM1 at the same time? They are connected together on the SPB. It is not possible to access both modules at the same time to get an identically value. There...
  25. You can check your environment with the TriBoard...

    You can check your environment with the TriBoard Demo Software. The demo software can be downloaded from myicp.
    When this software runs on your device, you can open a shell:
    Connect the board to...
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