Introducing the RISC-V Debugger — the ideal debugging tool for hobbyist makers! With this state-of-the-art debugger, you’ll be able to power and debug your projects with simple, easy steps. This compact device has everything you need.
RISC-V (reduced instruction set computer) is a microprocessor that is designed to perform a smaller number of computer instruction types, so it can operate at a higher speed, performing more millions of instructions per second, or MIPS.
For the engineers and developers, RISC-V provides greater flexibility to customize processors through an ISA that natively supports extensions. The RISC processor's performance is better due to the simple and limited number of the instruction set. RISC allows the instruction to use free space on a microprocessor because of its simplicity.
Implementation of RISC-V
The above image gives you a good idea of how a debugger works and how it implements the task that you as the programmer have given/assigned it.
RISC-V Debugger Specification
- 10-pin connector with Tx/Rx for UART
- 8 signals for JTAG
- 5V and 3.3V power rails
- USB-C connector
- 10 pin jumpers included
- Diameter: 56.7mm x 17.1mm x 9mm
- Jumper Wire Lenght: 114.9 mm