Hitachi's support products include an inexpensive Board-in-a-Bag evaluation and design kit (EDK), the E10T low-cost on-chip debug emulator, the E6000 real-time in-circuit emulator and HEW v2.
What does ICE stand for?
ICE stands for In-Circuit Emulator
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- Imperfect Channel Estimation (signal processing)
- Imperial Crystalline Entombment (band)
- Implementation Certified Expert (various businesses)
- Implicit Continuous Eulerian
- Improving the Customer Experience (various companies)
- Improvised Comedy Ents (Cambridge University; UK)
- In Car Entertainment (Sony)
- In Case of Emergency
- In Class Essay
- In-Circuit Emulation
- In-orbit Communications Equipment
- Increased Combat Effectiveness
- Independent Checking Engineer
- Independent Commission of Experts (Switzerland)
- Independent Cost Estimate
- Index of Consumer Expectations
- Indian Council of Education
- Indian Cultural Exchange
- Individual Chemical Equipment
- Indoor Cycling Experience (indoor cycling class)
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We are excited to provide 68341 customers with Nohau's emulation expertise with both the full blown EMUL16/300-PC in-circuit emulator and low-cost EMUL16/300-PC Background Debug Mode emulator," says Mark Taylor, Motorola's hardware support manager of 68000 Developer Program.
Embedded systems engineers have long desired the ability to view their applications running with an RTOS via their In-Circuit Emulators (ICE.
This combination of an in-circuit emulator and source-level debugger supports Motorola's 68000, 68020, 68030, 68340 and 68302.
In addition, the Rabbit 4000 microprocessor is programmable in-circuit without costly in-circuit emulators, using a simple programming cable provided with the Rabbit 4000 development kits.
This combination of an in-circuit emulator and source-level debugger supports the 68000, 68020, 68030 and 68302.
User programs can be compiled, executed, and debugged using Dynamic C and a programming cable; no in-circuit emulator is required.
offers a complete line of high-performance JTAG and EJTAG In-Circuit Emulators for various CPU architectures.