In-Circuit Emulator for 80196


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  Highlights
Bondout support
Works with Intel, Tasking and IAR Compilers
C++ support
Dual ported memory
Banking support for 256 banks
Supports memory split for program and data
CASE tools interface
RTOS support
Software compatible ROM Monitor
Windows95, NT and X windows interface
Support for 8XC196EN
 
  Introduction
The TRACE32-ICE196 supports bondout microcontroller from Intel. Its modular and open technology allows the fast integration of new chip designs.

A software compatible SDU Debugger is available for the 196EA. All other derivatives are supported by a ROM Monitor.

TRACE32 works with the highest variety of host interfaces. The communication link to the host is done by the printer port, a fibre optic interface or ethernet allowing a high-speed transfer.


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Operating Modes

  • Reset Down
  • Reset Up
  • No Probe
  • Alone Internal
  • Alone External
  • Emulation Internal
  • Emulation External

Dual-Port Access

  • No Delay
  • EGAP
  • Denied

Max. Operation Frequency

  • 20 MHz

Operation with external or internal Clock

Internal Clock 0.75 to 25 MHz

Multitask Debugging

  • 1 foreground task
  • 1 background task

Wait System

  • Additional wait cycles (1-15) may be specified
  • Up to 250 wait cycles (4K blocks globally and bytewise)

Banking support

  • Up to 256 Banks of up to 16MByte size

Voltage and Clock Monitors for the Target System

Exception Control

  • Static Exception Setting
  • CPURESET
  • PERRESET
  • Target Exception Control
  • CPURESET
  • PERRESET
  • NMI
  • Exception Trigger
  • INT
  • TRAP
  • UNIMP
  • Simulation
  • Exception Simulation
  • CPURESET
  • NMI




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Last generated/modified: 28-Jan-2016