Real-Time Development Tools Provide Inverse Assembly Of Traces

Sept. 15, 2003
The IA-MIPS-IV-1 development tools are designed for hosting on Agilent Technologies' 1680/90 logic analyzers. They provide real-time state and timing analysis, including inverse assembly of captured traces of any 64-bit dual-issue MIPS-IV-based...

The IA-MIPS-IV-1 development tools are designed for hosting on Agilent Technologies' 1680/90 logic analyzers. They provide real-time state and timing analysis, including inverse assembly of captured traces of any 64-bit dual-issue MIPS-IV-based microprocessor. Included configuration software sets up the format specification menu of the logic analyzer for compatibility with the processor. Filters let users select which cycles to view. Preference menu selection enables the display of processor registers using a hardware or software naming convention. Labels may be added or deleted from the listing menu for correlating user-defined signals. Available now, the tools cost $3250.

Corelis Inc.www.corelis.com; (562) 926-6727

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