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Please ask AURIX™ TC2xx “How does SafetLib charge? I see that your website only has a three-month free trial. thanksShow Less
Why does the TC277 minimal system EVR13 I built output a 2.3 V voltage, and then TDO doesn't return anything when communicating. The configuration mode is 0011110, ask the boss for help
When the microcontroller processes the image, it stores the swept edges in the array, and wants to output the array, but I don't know how to deal with it
I want to use the DAP protocol to program the PFlash/DFlash of TC38x series MCU.
Is there any related document that record the details of DAP protocol? How to access the internal memory by DAP protocol?
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We are using TC389 evaluation board in our project. I wanted to know the information on the below line items:
1. Debugger used and any related software required for that.
2. IDE used.
3. Driver Support for Board bring up.
Part Number Evaluation Board: KIT_A2G_TC389_5V_TRB
Evaluation Board Link: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/evaluation-boards/kit_a2g_tc389_5v_trb/
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Hello AURIX Community,
I'm currently in the process of integrating Wdg_17_Scu with the BSW. To achieve this, I configured the SMU to initiate a system reset when an alarm is triggered by the watchdog. However, I've encountered an issue. When I set up the SMU Reset Request to trigger a system reset, the microcontroller ceases to function without a debugger. Upon removing the JTAG, the microcontroller stops and fails to restart.
- I'm using the Lauterbach debugger with Trace32 Powerview.
- For testing the reset configurations, I've set an alarm (with the watchdog uninitialized, and only the configurations are set).
- The SMU is configured to trigger a system reset when alarm ID 8 or 10 is set, and the SMU initializes without any problems.
- The MCU is configured as follows: "McuSMUResetConf" is set to "MCU_SMU_SYSTEM_RESET_SEL1" (which allows the SMU to trigger a system reset, and it works in debugging mode).
What I've Tried:
I initialized the MCU and SMU with the configurations, setting up an LED to blink. The LED continues to blink when running with the debugger connected, but it doesn't blink at all when the debugger is not connected.
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Using AURIX Development Studio, programs presented to the TC264D chip, the computer developed the port and has been updated to the latest version
I possess a TriBoard TC3x7. My intended purpose is to create a Target Deployement Port for IBM's Rational Test RealTime to run tests directly on target.
My understanding is that I need to be able to retrieve some data using the kit's debugger through some perl scripts. In this case that would mean going through the UDAS server.
However, I cannot find any informations on how I can communicate with it. Most information I can find is on the DAS and MCD interfaces, but they are graphical interfaces and there does not seem to be a way to call them with a shell command to read a variable value for example.
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in the TC377 we can use the Resolver Support to get sine and cosine of one resover hardware.
Infineon-AURIX_TC3xx_Part2-UserManual-v02_00-EN Page 1357
Is it possible to use Resolver Support to get sine and cosine of two resover hardware? So the Resolver support would need to run simultaneous in a two instance way.
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I work on TC397 board, I run the several examples about MCMCAN and no problems are detected in LOOPBACK mode. So I try to use the normal mode, in order to enstablish CAN communication between the selected node and two MCP2515 CAN Bus Module & Arduino Board. One of the MCP2515 CAN bus module & arduino acts as transmitter and the node on TX397 and the second MCP2515 &arduino are the receivers.
I use this configuration to check the message on board is really sent.
I initially set CAN0 node mode to receiver , I initialize the pins port, P20_7/P20_8 like RX_PIN and TX_PIN. Obiusly I use the "MCMCAN_1_KIT_TC397_TFT" example like a referment, modifing it to my purpose.
I disable the LOOPBACK mode, and configure the CAN0's pins. I link the TC397 CANH (P20_8) and CANL(P20_7) to the breadboard, and I do the same with the MCP2515 pins.
I build the project, creating stamp fuction which stamps the g_mcmcan.rxMsg.messageId, but althrough it stamps, it dosen't stamp the right value, and if i change the send message ID, the g_mcmcan.rxMsg.messageId doesn't change.
It seems that the CAN0 isn't really attached to the channel, so it doesn't receive anything, it continue to stamp the previuos value of the "MCMCAN_1_KIT_TC397_TFT" example.
Unfortunately I'm pretty new in the use, configuration etc of CAN, so I don't catch where the mistakes are.
I try to look after a similar problem on this forum, and I find "CAN Transmit not Working in Aurix TC375 Kit " discussion. So I take the code which the other members has kindly resolve and i adapt it to my problem, but i don't fix it, the problem still occours.
I control the format of the sent messages by arduino, trying standard mode, and then extended mode, but nothing.
So at this point i use the code which i find on "CAN Transmit not Working in Aurix TC375 Kit " , then i change the mode of arduinos both to receiver, then i check if in this way the g_mcmcan.txMsg is received by the arduinos, but they don't receive nothing. Also in this case i try with both format, standard first and then with the extended, no one of them working.
Someone who has the same problem?
How can I fix it? Any advices?
I attach the code of arduino's and TC397 in order to semplify
Thank you so much to everyone can reply