by Sid Price

Wireless debug probe for ARM Cortex-M microprocessors

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by Sid Price

ctxLink is an open source, open hardware, wireless debugging probe for the majority of ARM Cortex-M microcontrollers. With a built-in GDB server, it supports full source-level debugging of embedded systems – through SWD or JTAG – using GDB or any GDB-compatible debugging software.

You can connect your computer to the debugger over a USB serial connection or using the built-in Wi-Fi module. ctxLink can be powered through a USB connection, by the target system, or using an optional LiPo battery, which you can recharge thanks to the on-board power management circuit. You can even power your target system from the probe itself.

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Sid Price

sjp_software  ·  sidprice  ·   Tijeras, NM

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ctxLink wireless debugging probe, along with one SWD/JTAG ribbon cable and one serial cable. Battery not included.


Sid Price

My work experience of over 30 years spans both embedded and desktop system design. This experience covers a broad range of technologies from “bare-metal” embedded hardware and software designs, through embedded OS implementations, to the most modern desktop development tools.

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