Using newmicros' JTAG 14pin with Mot DSP563xx

Started by wdawson61 December 3, 2003
Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ?




I has successfully used the New Micros 14-pin JTAG connector with
several 56300 devices as well as the new 56F8300 devices. It was
originally designed for the 56800s, but the similarities in the
JTAG/OnCE ports pretty much should make this usable with any of
Motorola's current offerings of DSP.

--david Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 20:02:26 -0000
From: "wdawson61" <>
Subject: Using newmicros' JTAG 14pin with Mot DSP563xx

Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ?



 
I thought I saw a message on here where someone had...  I hope it works I have two on order.  I'll let you know how it works out when I get them.
 
Jacob
 
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Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ?


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I've seen it work without any problems...

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--- wdawson61 <> wrote:
> Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
> wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ? >
>


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If anyone's interested, I made my own JTAG interface, basically copying what's
on the 807 demo board. If anyone wants details such as schematics or even
Gerbers, they're welcome. This is especially useful for UK folk as New Micros
don't bother to respond to people abroad.

AFAIK, the next cheapest way to do it in the UK is to buy an interface which
is about two hundred quid!



I just built my own as well. I have two versions, one is powered externally
and has a pcb mounted switch to supply 3.3V to the OnCE connector so it can
power the target board if required. The other has no external supply and
uses 3.3V from the target board for power. An LM2660 doubles this to 6.6V
and this in turn is regulated at 5V. Both PCB's are single sided with a few
links and work with both 56F800 and 56300 targets. Anyone want the Gerbers,
let me know.

Regards,

Mick

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Subject: Re: [motoroladsp] Re: Using newmicros' JTAG 14pin with Mot DSP563xx > If anyone's interested, I made my own JTAG interface, basically copying
what's
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> Gerbers, they're welcome. This is especially useful for UK folk as New
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> don't bother to respond to people abroad.
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I just built my own as well. I have two versions, one is powered externally
and has a pcb mounted switch to supply 3.3V to the OnCE connector so it can
power the target board if required. The other has no external supply and
uses 3.3V from the target board for power. An LM2660 doubles this to 6.6V
and this in turn is regulated at 5V. Both PCB's are single sided with a few
links and work with both 56F800 and 56300 targets. Anyone want the Gerbers,
let me know.

Regards,

Mick

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From: "Robert Wood" <>
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Sent: Monday, December 08, 2003 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: [motoroladsp] Re: Using newmicros' JTAG 14pin with Mot DSP563xx > If anyone's interested, I made my own JTAG interface, basically copying
what's
> on the 807 demo board. If anyone wants details such as schematics or even
> Gerbers, they're welcome. This is especially useful for UK folk as New
Micros
> don't bother to respond to people abroad.
>
> AFAIK, the next cheapest way to do it in the UK is to buy an interface
which
> is about two hundred quid! > _____________________________________
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If anyone's interested, I made my own JTAG interface, basically copying what's
on the 807 demo board. If anyone wants details such as schematics or even
Gerbers, they're welcome. This is especially useful for UK folk as New Micros
don't bother to respond to people abroad.

AFAIK, the next cheapest way to do it in the UK is to buy an interface which
is about two hundred quid!



I've seen it work without any problems...

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--- wdawson61 <> wrote:
> Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
> wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ? >
>


__________________________________



 
I thought I saw a message on here where someone had...  I hope it works I have two on order.  I'll let you know how it works out when I get them.
 
Jacob
 
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Subject: [motoroladsp] Using newmicros' JTAG 14pin with Mot DSP563xx

Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ?


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I has successfully used the New Micros 14-pin JTAG connector with
several 56300 devices as well as the new 56F8300 devices. It was
originally designed for the 56800s, but the similarities in the
JTAG/OnCE ports pretty much should make this usable with any of
Motorola's current offerings of DSP.

--david Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 20:02:26 -0000
From: "wdawson61" <>
Subject: Using newmicros' JTAG 14pin with Mot DSP563xx

Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ?



Has anyone successfully used the newmicro 14-pin JTAG -> parallel
wiggler with the Mot Suite56 debugger (ads) ?