The Freescale Semiconductor in-circuit emulator (FSICE) is a full-featured emulator system for developing embedded systems using HC08 microcontrollers. The FSICE system consists of a base station and a MCU emulator module (EM). Connected to your target system, the emulator replicates the actual target system MCU. The CodeWarrior development environment (IDE) interface allows for quick edits and changes to assembly code, which makes design, debug, and real-time evaluation of the target system as efficient as possible. Use this economical system to perform traditional debugging activities such as executing code in run or step mode, setting break points, monitoring or modifying CPU registers, memory and application variables, and creating log or script files to record test results or create test suites.
In addition to incorporating the debug features of the traditional emulators, FSICE adds advanced features such as a built-in USBMULTILINK08 cable for in-circuit Flash programming, Ethernet interface for remote debugging and application development, and real-time bus analyzer with 24 general-purpose logic inputs for capture user-defined bus cycles or events. The bus state analyzer can also help a designer debug the MCU support circuitry, verify nested or complex program flows using the full range of sequenced or logical event triggering and data capture modes, and ensure proper timing by using the custom time tag clock.
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