1.5.1 DSTREAM probe connectors

Various connectors are available on the DSTREAM probe to enable you to connect to the corresponding connector on your target hardware.

The available connectors for the DSTREAM probe are:
ARM JTAG 14
This is an older ARM connector standard which is now rarely used.
TI JTAG 14
This is a Texas Instruments connector standard used by most TI-based target boards.
ARM JTAG 20
This is the most commonly-used debug connector standard for ARM architecture-based target boards.
MICTOR 38
This is the most commonly used trace connector standard for ARM architecture-based target boards. It can also incorporate all the debug signals if they use the same voltage domain.
MIPI 34
This is a MIPI connector standard that supports debug and trace signals. It has two VTref signals, allowing debug and trace signals to use different voltage domains.
CORESIGHT 10/20
These are high-density connectors that support the 10-way and 20-way CoreSight standards in addition to a subset of the MIPI debug connection standards.
The following figure shows the layout of the DSTREAM probe connectors:
Figure 1-4 DSTREAM probe
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Related concepts
1.4 The DSTREAM unit
1.5 The DSTREAM probe
1.7 The DSTREAM firmware
1.8 The DSTREAM host software
Related tasks
1.9 Troubleshooting your DSTREAM unit
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