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DAVE™ is a high-productivity development platform for the XMC microcontroller portfolio.
DAVE™ to simplify and shorten SW development by offering a SW library which allow efficiently use the innovative application-optimized peripherals, called DAVE™ APPs.
DAVE™ APPs are software blocks which can be configured for a wide range of application by using a GUI.
The generated code can be used via well documented APIs directly in DAVE™ or can be imported in 3rd party compiler tools.

 

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SW developers can focus to the

important IP and leave the rest to DAVE™

DAVE™ APPs Overview

(List of DAVE APPs)

 

 

 

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DAVE™ Basic Facts
  • Eclipse CDT based IDE with improved project management
  • GNU C-Compiler tools
  • Debugger incl. Flash loader
  • Code generation plug-in with graphical user interfaces
  • A resource solver provides automatic or constrained
    assignment of chip resources to the DAVE™ Apps
  • Library manger to download and manage the DAVE™ Apps
  • Data visualization tool xSPY
  • Can be used with 3 rd party tools and SW
  • DAVE™ supports the XMC1000 and XMC4000 family

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xSPY is a free and flexible plug-in for DAVE™ to visualize data and to create an interface dashboard to control XMC target applications.

With xSPY and the DAVE™ App DBG002 it is possible to instrument the application software to add trace capabilities and to visualize the trace data on the PC. Vice versa, variables can be modified from a freely definable PC dashboard.

 

Main Features:

  • Real-time streaming of data from the XMC target to the PC
  • Visualization of streaming data on an oscilloscope
  • Reading and modifying of variables on demand from a PC dashboard
  • Communication via UART and virtual COM to the PC (Segger J-Link Lite OBD)
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xSPY: Download Item Description
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Tutorial that covers how to use xSPY and the DBG002 App to visualized trace data on the PC
Note: The tutorial is based on the XMC4000 examples, but it can be used for the XMC1000 only the number of waverforms generated are less.
xSPY_Getting_Started_v1.pdf
Example project for XMC4400 to generate various signals and to stream them via DBG002 to xSPY and to display them on the digital oscilloscope. xmc4400_dbg002_xspy.exe
Example project for XMC4200 to generate various signals and to stream them via DBG002 to xSPY and to display them on the digital oscilloscope. xmc4200_dbg002_xspy.exe
Example project for XMC1100 to generate a signals and to stream them via DBG002 to xSPY and to display them on the digital oscilloscope. xmc1100_dbg002_xspy.exe





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