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01-30-2017 07:41 AM
I'm new to ARM Cortex programming.
Can you, please, help me with choosing debugger/programmer best suited for BGM 121 ?
I'm a student, so for now i cant spent 100$ for starter kit, so im trying to start by cheaper means by buying BGM 121 and some debugger/program tool. Any ideas ?
01-30-2017 11:14 AM
As a student your best bet is:
...and you probably what the following if you are using the 10pin cortex header.
01-31-2017 01:21 PM
Many of our EFM32 starter kits include an on-board Segger J-Link debugger that can be used to program external devices (including BGM121). And they are quite affordable, starting at $29:
08-03-2017 05:54 PM
I have just ordered SLSDA001A.
I already have Blue Gecko Bluetooth® Low Energy SiP Module Wireless Starter Kit SLWSTK6101C
I am also beginner for programming.
I had taken shortcut. Just pulled out wires required for mini simplicity connector but its now working.
Can you send me some link which can tell me how to program external target BGM121 using simplicity studio. Does target MCU gets supply from debugger connector or it needs to be powered externally?
08-04-2017 03:13 AM
09-12-2017 12:54 AM
09-12-2017 01:03 AM
Please do not re-use threads for completely separate topics. I recommend that you issue a support ticket asking for a design review so that it can be assigned to our hardware support team.