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posted in July 2000
Real-Time Debugging for Highly Integrated Embedded Wireless Devices
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7/14/2000   Post a comment
The good news is that we can now cram a lot of functionality into our system-on-chips, including multiple processors. The bad news is that we still have to debug our hardware/software designs and make them work. The really good news is that we have the test hardware and software to do the job, even for MP systems. David Ruimy Gonzales and Brian Branson discuss why debugability is especially critical for wireless portable devices.


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