The Tracealyzer recorder for FreeRTOS, SafeRTOS or Micrium µC/OS can be configured to stream the trace data via any interface you might have available. If you have designed your own custom stream port but are having problems getting a reliable transfer or sufficient throughput, there are several things you can try.
Using an RTOS, or considering to? Learn about semaphores, mutexes and queues, and how you can visualize task interactions with Tracealyzer.
Learn how visual trace diagnostics can improve embedded software development.
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.5 with important updates to the recorder library.
The University of Calgary Solar Car’s software team used Tracealyzer to debug and program their revolutionary car’s battery protect circuit boards (PCBs), including the all-important battery management system board.
Introducing DevAlert Sandbox, an easy route to instant anomaly detection in RTOS device software for 100x faster resolution, safeguarding deployments at scale.
You can run DevAlert Sandbox in two ways, either in the cloud via your web browser, or by downloading a virtual machine image. This video shows how to use the VM download option.
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.4 with important updates related to DevAlert integration.
The third video in the DevAlert Sandbox series provide two additional examples on trace debugging of anomalies in the example RTOS application, It shows how DevAlert can be integrated with “assert” statements and how “user events” can be used to extend the trace.
The second video in the DevAlert Sandbox series takes a closer look on how to use Tracealyzer to debug the example issues provided in DevAlert Sandbox.
The first video in the DevAlert Sandbox series, providing an introduction and a tutorial on how to get started.
See DevAlert in action on a Cypress PSoC64.