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    DAP Miniwiggler V3 JTAG connector

    Can someone let me know where to get a JTAG connector for the DAP Miniwiggler V3. Thanks.

    Feyi Asgill

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    Hello,

    The JTAG connector supported by DAP miniWiggler v3 is a special 20-pin, small pitch JTAG connector from Lauterbach.
    Typically, the DAP interface is used instead.

    Would you have the older miniWiggler v2 which supports the standard OCDS L1 connector?

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    Min Wei
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    Hello,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I only have the new version which comes only with DAP connector. Is it possible to connect this to SAF-XC866-4FRI? Thanks.

    Feyi Asgill

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    Hello Feyi,

    The XC866 does not support DAP, hence only the JTAG can be used.
    This means that you have to:
    1) Get the cable for the 20-pin Automotive JTAG connector to connect to the v3 miniWiggler
    2) On your PCB, route the JTAG pins to a similar 20-pin header that can be connected to the other end of the cable. I don't think there is a Automotive JTAG to OCDS L1 adapter cable.

    Other than the miniWiggler, do you have other debug adapters that you can use, e.g. Keil Ulink?

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    Min Wei
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    Hello,

    I want to use XMC1302TO38 instead. Will it work with DAP on DAP miniwiggler V3? Seems infineon is moving away from XC800. Thanks.

    Feyi

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    Hello Feyi,

    Yes, the XMC1000 is our latest microcontroller family for industrial and multi-markets and it can work with the DAP miniWiggler v3.0.
    In this case, you will need to have the 10-bit DAP connector (e.g. the Samtec connector in the following attached figure) on your PCB and route the signals accordingly.

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    Hello Min,

    Thanks.

    Feyi Asgill

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    I can not find a connection diagram TLE9832 with DAP miniWiggler, unfortunately. Will it work with DAP on miniWiggler v3?

    Thanks.

    Eugen.
    Last edited by cheh; Dec 15th, 2015 at 01:59 PM.

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    As described in TLE983x BC- Step BootROM page 9 I connected:
    2pin (DAP1 miniWiggler) - 18pin (TLE9832)
    4pin (DAP0 miniWiggler) - 20pin (TLE9832)
    3pin GND (miniWiggler) - 19pin (TLE9832)
    10pin (RESET miniWiggler) - 21pin (TLE9832)
    20pin P0.2 (TLE9832) - GND
    аnd connect the power supply to the processor, but the processor is not identified, the connection does not occur.
    What am I doing wrong?

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    Hi.
    I use the miniWiggler JDS circuit for debugging of TC1724. this circuit are in “TriBoard TC1724 Hardware Manual” document(page 8-5).I don’t know how to connect JTAG output pins of this circuit to my TC1724?
    I can connect to my board in ASC Bootloader mode in infineon Memtool by this circuit but i want use the JTAG interface to debugging.The DAS can identify my wiggler.
    Thank you.


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    Last edited by hemn; May 7th, 2017 at 12:56 AM.

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