This lab using Keil MDK is now available: www.keil.com/appnotes/docs/apnt_299.asp
This shows the various debug facilities one can use with the S32K-144.
When I receive a S32K-148 board, I will add ETM Instruction Trace to this lab.
If you want to see what ETM can do: look at the TWR-K64 lab: www.keil.com/appnotes/docs/apnt_288.asp
The ARM/Keil Software Pack is available now: www.keil.com/dd2/pack
This Pack is a regular .zip file with the extension changed to .pack.
It contains header files, examples and much more.
NEW S32K-148 EVB Lab is on the web:
I have completed the hands-on lab for the S32K148 EVB and updated the lab for the S32K-144 EVB.
The S32K-148 EVB lab has detailed instructions on getting the ETM trace working along with Code Coverage and Performance Analysis.
Keil will soon release in November the new ULINKplus: this adds power measurement and other features. You can tie the current draw to your source code. www.keil.com/ulinkplus.
The S32K-148 EVB appnote is located here:
The updated lab for the S32K-144 EVB is located here:
Both of these include a very nice DSP example and a Blinky example.
I also have a lab for the popular NXP Cookbook.
A Keil ULINKpro is needed for ETM trace.
Keil MDK is free for up to 32K code size. All examples compile and run inside this limit.
It works with OpoenSDA or a selection of external debug adapters including any Keil ULINK or a J-Link.
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