comment on this article

SEGGER introduces J-Link WiFi

SEGGER has introduced J-Link WiFi, a new member of the J-Link family of debug probes.

With USB and Wi-Fi interfaces, any software compatible with J-Link can easily use the new model.

Removing the physical connection between J-Link and the host opens up a number of new possibilities: A robot, vehicle, drone, or other devices with moving parts can be monitored or debugged on the move or from a distance. Physical disconnection provides the ultimate in electrical isolation where desired, and J-Link over Wi-Fi can be used for accessing air-sealed environments.

The J-Link WiFi comes with Ozone, J-Flash, Monitor mode debugging, and unlimited flash breakpoints. It delivers a high download and debug speed that isn't possible with other options such as Bluetooth.

Just like the J-Link PRO, it comes with a built-in web server and can be accessed from any computer on the network or even outside using the J-Link Remote server.

Author
Neil Tyler

Comment on this article


This material is protected by MA Business copyright See Terms and Conditions. One-off usage is permitted but bulk copying is not. For multiple copies contact the sales team.

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.

Related Articles

CES 2021

The first ever all-digital CES took place last month and below we consider some ...

Change based testing

A major cause of software bugs is inefficient and incomplete testing. This ...

What is EMC testing?

Testing of products under EU guidelines to ensure they don't either pollute the ...

Microwave antenna

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has launched microwave a antenna that ...

T&M challenges

An interesting piece of research from Keysight Technologies shows that nearly ...

Digital consciousness

​Would you consider uploading your brain to the cloud if it meant you could ...

Under attack

According to Gartner, two thirds of organisations are planning to deploy 5G by ...

IoT Everywhere

Mohamed Awad, VP of Arm’s IoT Business, discusses Arm’s vision for its IoT ...

Data privacy concerns

Professor Antonio Capone of the Politecnico di Milano University talks to Neil ...