P&E’s USB Power Architecture® BDM Multilink is an easy-to-use debug and programming interface for Freescale’s Power Architecture® MPC5xx line of microprocessors. The USB Power Architecture® BDM Multilink is a member of P&E’s family of USB Multilinks, which allow the PC to communicate with a target processor through the USB port of the PC. The Multillink controls the microprocessor by accessing the Background Debug Mode (BDM) of the target.
The Multilink’s speed and reliability make it ideal for development for the MPC5xx, and it is supported by P&E, Freescale’s CodeWarrior, and other third-party software (available separately). P&E’s Power Architecture® BDM In-Circuit Programmer can be used with the Multilink to program internal and external flash memory devices. The USB Power Architecture® BDM Multilink also works with P&E’s Power Architecture® BDM In-Circuit Debugger to control the target processor’s execution, read/write registers and memory, and perform full C source-level debug.
More information on the USB Power Architecture® BDM Multilink is available at www.pemicro.com.