Is Open SDA and P&E Multilink are same???
Not really but sort of...
P&E Micro handle the driver firmware for NXP.
When using KDS and KSDK, an example Debug Configuration defaults to supporting the OpenSDA from PEMicro but if you have a USB Multilink you need to make the change in the Debug Configuration to use it as the picture below shows.
have a read at OpenSDA Serial and Debug Adapter|NXP and OpenSDAv2 .
OpenSDA is a debug circuit on many NXP boards. It runs a firmware with a bootloader and an application. The application can be written by you, and there are applications from P&E emulating a Multilink, from Segger emulating a J-Link and from ARM/NXP the CMSIS-DAP or mbed application emulating a CMSIS-DAP probe.
I hope this helps,
OpenSDA and P&E Multilinks are not the same.
The OpenSDA platform is a serial and debug adapter that is implemented on many NXP Kinetis development boards. P&E Micro has created firmware applications that can run on some of these OpenSDA boards which make them compatible with P&E's software as well as our control libraries. You can download all of our OpenSDA applications which are targeted to each specific NXP development board here: http://www.pemicro.com/opensda/ http://www.pemicro.com/opensda/
The P&E UNIVERSAL MULTILINK and UNIVERSAL MULTILINK FX are our own line of debug/flash programming interfaces for the Kinetis architecture as well as a variety of other NXP architectures. See more information here: http://www.pemicro.com/universal/
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