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M U L T I P L E - D E V I C E JTAG C O N F I G U R A T I O N I N T H E
S I L I C O N L A B S IDE
1. JTAG Chain Configuration
To configure the Multiple-Device JTAG Chain feature of the Silicon Labs IDE you need to provide the following
information:
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The number of devices before and after the target.
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The number of bits in the IR registers of the devices before and after the target.
In the Silicon Labs IDE, select Connection Options... from the Options menu. In the Connection Options
window, press the JTAG Chain Configuration button to open the Multi-device JTAG Programming dialogue box
shown below. In versions of the IDE previous to v2.0, press the key combination ctrl+shift+m to open the Multidevice JTAG Programming dialogue box.
Figure 1. Multi-Device JTAG Programming Dialogue Box
2. Order of Devices
See Figure 2 to determine the order of the devices in the chain.
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Device #0 is before Device #1 and Device #2
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Device #1 is before Device #2 and after Device #0.
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Device #2 is after Device #1 and Device #0.
TCK
TMS
TDO
TDI
JTAG Controller
TCK
TDO
TMS
TDI
JTAG Device #0
TCK
TDO
TMS
TDI
JTAG Device #1
TCK
TDO
TMS
TDI
JTAG Device #2
Figure 2. Typical JTAG Chain Connection
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3. Example
This example uses three devices placed in the order shown on the previous page with the following configuration:
Device #0 has a 16 bit IR register.
Device #1 has an 8 bit IR register.
Device #2 has a 16 bit IR register.
If the Silicon Labs device that you want to program is Device #0, enter the following configuration information into
the Multi-device JTAG Programming window as shown in Figure 3:
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There are 0 devices before the target.
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There are 2 devices after the target.
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There are 0 IR bits before the target’s IR register.
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There are 24 IR bits after the target’s IR register.
Figure 3. Multi-Device JTAG Programming Example
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