CoreSight SoC-400 

The Arm CoreSight SoC-400 is a comprehensive library of components for the creation of debug and trace functionality within a system.

CoreSight Soc-400 Chip.

Getting Started

The SoC-400 library offers configurable components to meet the exact requirements of your system, from small to multiprocessor Cortex-A class designs. With over 20 years of development behind it, CoreSight SoC-400 is the standard for Arm-based SoC designs and enjoys broad support from the tooling ecosystem.

  • Safeguard against costly delays.
  • The industry standard for debug and trace IP.
  • Comprehensive library of configurable on-chip debug and trace components.
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    • Manual containing technical information.
    • CoreSight SoC-400 Technical Reference Manual

      For system designers, system integrators, and programmers who are designing a SoC, the Technical Reference Manual is the go-to resource.

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    • Technical Introduction to CoreSight 

      Learn about the basics of Arm CoreSight debug and trace technology, and how to implement it in a system.

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    • Introduction to CoreSight SoC-400

      This short video introduces the motivation behind the requirement for debug and trace, and provides an overview of how CoreSight SoC-400 can help build this functionality into SoC designs.

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    • Better trace for better software with Arm CoreSight

      This white paper explores the limitations of existing software debug and trace technologies, and explains how the Arm CoreSight System Trace Macrocell (STM) and Trace Memory Controller (TMC) enable system level visibility to more developers. This reduces latency and increases throughput, at the same time as applying existing open source trace infrastructures.

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    • Low pin-count debug interfaces for multi-device systems

      This white paper examines some alternatives to JTAG as a debug interface, and concludes that a Serial Wire Debug interface can be delivered with lower pin-count and higher performance, and at the same time, maintain support for multiprocessor systems and interoperability with test.

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    • Key steps to create a debug and trace solution for an Arm SoC

      The global cost of debugging software has risen to $312 billion annually. This whitepaper outlines the key steps to create a debug and trace solution for an Arm SoC.

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