Palo Alto, CA--July 30, 1996--For designers working with the Motorola 25 MHz 68302 microprocessor, Hewlett-Packard Co. (Palo Alto, CA) announced a new in-circuit emulator that offers full-speed debugging.
The new emulator, called the HP 64798C, expands HP's emulation system. It offers all standard emulation features, such as real-time trace and symbolic debug. In addition, it features up to 8 Mbytes of emulation memory, 56 kbytes of built-in dual-ported emulation memory, improved memory-map resolution of 256-byte boundaries, emulation of 8-bit and 16-bit target memories, and support for 16 MHz and greater chips.
Dual-ported emulation memory allows the user to modify and display many C and assembly-debug functions, such as setting breakpoints and editing C variables, without interrupting program execution. The new emulator also offers other key features, including no-wait states out of target memory or emulation memory at speed. The emulator provides for reconstruction of full-processor address from the chip selects where necessary to maintain full-emulation features, such as symbolic tracing and overlay memory.
The HP 64798C 25 MHz active probe emulator for the Motorola 68302 PQFP processors, including demo/test target, is available now for $4,000. HP estimates customer delivery to be two to four weeks after receipt of order.
The HP 64798CY emulator bundle for the 25 MHz 68302 is also available. For $24,000, it includes the HP 64700B card cage, the HP 64798C active probe, HP 64794A emulation bus analyzer, HP 64748C emulation control card, HP 64172B SIMM memory, and choice of the HP B3638B real-time C debugger for PCs or the HP B3093B graphical user interface. All of the pieces contained in this bundle can be purchased separately from HP.
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