30 June 2011 In-circuit debugger and programmer unveiled by Atmel A new mid range in-circuit debugger and programmer has been unveiled by Atmel. The JTAGICE3 supports all Atmel AVR 8 and 32bit mcus and is said to be smaller, faster, and more robust than the previous generation. The device connects to the company's recently launched AVR Studio 5 and supports faster in-system debug and programmer with full control of all mcu features and configurations. The new design is said to allow the debugger to program the on-chip 256KB flash AVR microcontroller in less than 14s. It also offers full support for JTAG, aWire, SPI and PDI serial program, as well as debug interfaces used in AVR microcontrollers. The JTAGICE3 is capable of programming mcus powered by 1.8 to 5.5V and supports three hardware program breakpoints, one maskable data breakpoint and up to 128 software breakpoints. Measuring 2.1 x 3.4in, the debugger is housed in a heavy duty plastic casing and powered by a usb port. It can be embedded as a link controlled by the customer's application running under Windows or Linux. "The combination of AVR Studio 5 and the JTAGICE3 in-circuit debugger and programmer provides embedded developers a complete solution to program and debug any Atmel AVR 8 and 32bit microcontroller," said Haakon Skar, director of AVR Marketing, Atmel. "The combined features offer a true seamless experience for AVR developers and will help bring their prototype designs faster to market." Author Laura Hopperton Comment on this article Websites http://www.atmel.com Companies Atmel Corporation This material is protected by Findlay Media copyright See Terms and Conditions. One-off usage is permitted but bulk copying is not. For multiple copies contact the sales team. Enjoy this story? People who read this article also read... NIDays 2013 NIDays is a technical conference designed specifically for ... Read Article Southern Manufacturing This year, Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is set to be ... Read Article Automotive touch controllers Atmel's new maXTouch family of touch controllers is designed to ... Read Article Easy access When the Pi first appeared, its clear target market was ... Read Article What you think about this article: Add your comments Name Email Comments Your comments/feedback may be edited prior to publishing. Not all entries will be published. Please view our Terms and Conditions before leaving a comment.