The ARM Debug Access Port (DAP) is a crucial component of the ARM debugging architecture that allows developers to gain access to and debug embedded systems running on ARM-based processors. The DAP provides a standardized interface for accessing and controlling various debug-related features, including debugging and programming interfaces, trace data, and system registers.
In this post, we will create a simple BLE beacon that broadcasts its name as the payload. We will use the Zephyr RTOS on a custom board based on the Nordic nRF52833 SoC. A JLink debug probe will be used for uploading and debugging our application. Table of Contents