TTRD2-03a-t4500a (RTL TTRD)
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[This page was last updated: 2018-06-15]
TTRD2-03a [XMC4500 target, Keil uVision project]
TTRD2-03a is documented in Chapter 3 of the ‘ERES2‘ book.
This TTRD targets an Infineon XMC4500 MCU. It is designed to run on a Relax Lite board.
Latest version is ttrd2-03a-t4500a-v001c [Release 2017-02-24a].
NOTE: If you have v1 of the Relax Lite board, an FTDI interface (or similar) needs to be connected to Port 0, Pin 5 in order to see the UART outputs (because the ‘VCOM’ interface is not operational on this version of the board).
How much does this RTL TTRD cost?
This RTL TTRD is available free of charge to ReliabiliTTy Licencees, including organisations that hold an active evaluation licence (RTEL).
Please contact us for further information.
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