Green Hills Software’s SuperTrace™ Probe v3 can capture up to 4 GB of trace data at clock speeds up to 1.2 GHz (trace port speeds over 300 MHz). These capabilities combine with the TimeMachine Debugging Suite of trace analysis tools to enable you to:
With its exceptionally large storage capability, the SuperTrace Probe can collect billions of trace frames, radically extending the capture window to help you find more bugs faster and easier than ever. Conventional trace hardware offers only a small fraction of this depth, limiting visibility to brief execution segments that have to be collected using carefully-defined triggers that are time-consuming and tedious to devise.
Virtual Memory Support
The SuperTrace Probe is virtual memory-aware. Clicking on an instruction in the trace log automatically displays the MULTI debugger for the correct application, even in systems that switch between multiple threads or different address spaces.
|Run-control and trace features|
The SuperTrace Probe provides a full run-control solution, fast download speeds, and a flexible target interface. In addition, it offers many trace features that enable you to develop applications faster and more efficiently.
Fastest Download Speeds
Variable Target Voltage
Accurate Time Measurements
Flexible Trace Clock
|TimeMachine Debugging Suite|
To get the full benefit from trace data collected with the SuperTrace Probe, Green Hills Software offers the MULTI® TimeMachine Suite of analysis tools. This innovative collection of tools extends the range of Green Hills Software’s popular MULTI Integrated Development Environment by providing a window into complex software interactions that can result in bugs, performance problems, and testing nightmares. The TimeMachine Suite presents this information in easy-to-understand displays that enable developers to quickly navigate through trace data and produce better code in less time.
Trace Memory and Timing
JTAG Debug Port
Size and Weight
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