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OpenSDA standalone hardware

Question asked by andrewalbing on Apr 16, 2014
Latest reply on Apr 20, 2014 by jeremyzhou

I am developing on a Freedom KL46Z board and am wanting to be able to transition over to a custom PCB.  I would like to keep the simplicity of the Mbed tool chain, but I am not sure how to go about programing the microcontroller once it is soldered onto my PCB.  The PCB I am designing is very space constrained but I figure I can run a few traces for a programing/debug port.  Is there a way I can reuse the OpenSDA hardware from the development board to program the MCU on my custom PCB?  Is there some other tool that would do this (preferably under $100)?  Am I even approaching this with the correct mindset?


Note: For simplicity I am using the same MCU from the development board in my custom PCB.