I have an input pin that I suspect is pulled to the wrong state due to noise. I have no way to measure the pin since it's burried in inner layers of the PCB
The pin frequency is max 100kHz and I have input filtering (derived from the CPU clock frequency) on the pin so I know the frequency is lower than about 10MHz
So I have two ways forward:1: Make a loop to capture the input pin, store that in RAM, and at a trigger event, stop that capture, and send it all via a UART to a PC for analysis. I can overclock the CPU to run above specified 32MHz to capture this possible event if needed...
2: Use the internal ETM (Embedded Trace Macrocell) to store to the PC runtime in the Keil uVision environment with ULink2 debugger.
"2" is simpler, but anyone know how fast the ETM runs on a ST Cortex M3 (STM32L151) and is it with fixed interval sampling?