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ULink clone

Started by Sagaert Johan November 13, 2006
Hi

I wonder if someone attemted to clone the ulink ?
It seems to only contain some standard components ( 2x LVC244, 32K sram
,eeprom and Cypress AN2131 )
The eeprom can be read using the cypress tools (already done here).
I am playing with the idea to make some, maybe i will (is the some interrest
in this ?)

J.

An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

--- In l..., "Sagaert Johan" wrote:
>
> Hi
>
> I wonder if someone attemted to clone the ulink ?
> It seems to only contain some standard components ( 2x LVC244, 32K sram
> ,eeprom and Cypress AN2131 )
> The eeprom can be read using the cypress tools (already done here).
> I am playing with the idea to make some, maybe i will (is the some
interrest
> in this ?)
>
> J.
>

IMHO ulink clone is already present on the market and even advertised
on this group. Of course we are all interested in this if this action
will not trigger some legal action from Keil/ARM. So, you can reveal
all needed information and everyone will benefit from the low cost
debuger without buying the "original clone". For now, only the maker
of "the original clone" has benefits from it. Financial of course.
And ulink isn't the only hw debuger that has been cloned, modified and
sold as "original" even if you can build some of those hw debug tools
for couple of bucks.

Aha... IIRC newer ulink is equiped with other controller from other
manufacturer. Try to clone that if you can and we'll see if flash read
protection is working. told.
:) now have ulink2 version : http://www.keil.com/ulink2/

On 11/13/06, slawcus wrote:
>
> --- In l... , "Sagaert
> Johan" wrote:
> >
> > Hi
> >
> > I wonder if someone attemted to clone the ulink ?
> > It seems to only contain some standard components ( 2x LVC244, 32K sram
> > ,eeprom and Cypress AN2131 )
> > The eeprom can be read using the cypress tools (already done here).
> > I am playing with the idea to make some, maybe i will (is the some
> interrest
> > in this ?)
> >
> > J.
> > IMHO ulink clone is already present on the market and even advertised
> on this group. Of course we are all interested in this if this action
> will not trigger some legal action from Keil/ARM. So, you can reveal
> all needed information and everyone will benefit from the low cost
> debuger without buying the "original clone". For now, only the maker
> of "the original clone" has benefits from it. Financial of course.
> And ulink isn't the only hw debuger that has been cloned, modified and
> sold as "original" even if you can build some of those hw debug tools
> for couple of bucks.
>
> Aha... IIRC newer ulink is equiped with other controller from other
> manufacturer. Try to clone that if you can and we'll see if flash read
> protection is working. told.
>

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I uploaded in the section files a unlink clone for all.
good work

On 7/14/07, Cesar wrote:
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> I uploaded in the section files a unlink clone for all.
>
>
>

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--- In l..., "somboon sopee" wrote:
>
> good work
>
> On 7/14/07, Cesar wrote:
> >
> > I uploaded in the section files a unlink clone for all.
> >
> >
> > --
> N-Link ARM JTAG & ARM7 Boards
> --------------
> http://www.friendlyarm.com
> http://www.micro4you.com
> http://stores.ebay.com/Micro4you-Store
>
>

Thanks. I hope it is useful for everybody.

>"Saroj Dhoj Joshi"
>Could you please email me the Ulink clone. I am trying to make my own
>Ulink but not successful yet, could you help?

>Thank you so much!

Hi, I uploaded in the section files.
Please, give me some details about your hardware for help you.
Regards..