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Transition from PIC32

Question asked by Joe Snyder on Dec 4, 2014
Latest reply on Dec 5, 2014 by Joe Snyder

I'm finally transitioning to ARM from the world of PIC32.  I've ordered a Kinetis Freedom demo board, but I am still unclear about actual prototyping with my own boards.


I've combed over data sheets and forums and google searches, but the missing link I cannot find any information on is how do I program the thing in my own circuit (similar to Microchip In Circuit Serial Programming)?  For instance: I will typically write code, simulate it, verify it on a breakout board/breadboard prototype, order the proto PCB, reflow it, then connect the 5 ICSP pins to a PicKit 3 programmer/debugger, and I'm off to the races.


I know the Segger J-Link exists (not sure if that is the way to go).  I know Kinetis Design Studio / Code Warrior exists.  I need to connect the dots on once I've written/compiled/simulated the code, how do I get it uploaded to the device without having to rely on a demo board?  Is there an app note or tutorial that covers that?


Thanks for your time.