The TAP series of development products enable NXP target system debugging via a standard serial debug port (such as using the JTAG 1149.1 for Power Architecture®, BDM, ONCE, DPI, StarCore) while connected to a developer's Linux® or Windows® workstation via Ethernet or USB.
Typically, these types products are commonly referred to in the market as wigglers, dongles, emulators, or probes. The TAP products are best described as development probes.
All TAPs are designed to work in conjunction with NXP processors and CodeWarrior development tools. An NXP TAP is a critical debug tool in all phases of the project and is indispensible from the moment power is first applied to the board.
|CodeWarrior® TAP||The CodeWarrior TAP enables target system debugging via a standard debug port (usually JTAG) while connected to a developer’s workstation via Ethernet or USB.||StarCore® DSP Probe Tips|
|Power Architecture processor (COP) Probe Tips|
|QorIQ LS processor Probe Tips|
|USB TAP for ONCE DSC||The CodeWarrior USB TAP host target interface is a feature-packed, run control tool that allows developers to save development time during target bring-up and debugging.||-|
|USB TAP for PowerQUICC® I||The CodeWarrior USB TAP host target interface is a feature-packed, run control tool that allows developers to save development time during target bring-up and debugging.||-|
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