is the first emulator built specifically for the reduced voltages used
by the Low-Power Pentium. It provides true electrical compatibility with
the voltages used in the processor.
PowerPack family of Pentium emulators provides a range of price and performance
to meet the needs of everyone on the development team.
The Pentium ITP (In-Target Probe) provides the engineer with full-featured
run control. You can view your code through the debugger as it executes.
You can have the ITP start program execution, halt, or step through the
code one instruction at a time. Along with the normal run control features,
the ITP allows you to view an extensive number of registers within the
processor. This includes the 16 typical registers used by the processor,
plus debug registers, global descriptor registers, interrupt descriptor
registers and floating point registers.
ITP also has an exclusive feature that allows it to decode the model-specific
registers (MSRs). These registers provide a history of the errors encountered
by the processor. You can view this information and determine the errors
causing target failure. The ITP also includes the features needed to support
high-level language development and processor control.
SW Plus provides bus level trace and triggering to provide a full-featured
emulator for debugging software development and hardware initialization
EA emulator includes all the above features, plus an exclusive clock-level
bus capture feature. The EA emulator is the real solution for system integration
and device driver development.
Microtek PowerPack development systems include the powerful SLD (Source-Level
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network option allows the emulator to exist on a network as a shared resource.
Networking provides the development team with fast convenient access to
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The SWAT (SoftWare Analysis Tool) option lets you perform rigorous testing
from the start of a project. By running the tests and saving the results
during the development, a designer is able to pass along not only the
design, but a great deal of the testing required for final integration.
The result is a much smoother transition from the designer's workbench
through system integration and into the manufacturing environment.
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