Win a Microchip MPLAB REAL ICE Emulation System!
South-East European Industrial Market Magazine is offering readers the chance to win a Microchip MPLAB REAL ICE emulation system. This tool supports the development of applications that use Microchip’s PIC microcontrollers and dsPIC Digital Signal Controllers (DSCs). The MPLAB REAL ICE offers next-generation emulation support, including faster memory interfacing and longer distance, higher speed target connections.
The new emulation system is fully integrated into the free MPLAB Integrated Development Environment (IDE) used for writing code, building projects, testing, verification and programming. Within MPLAB, the new system supports a wide range of debugging facilities, such as complex break points, application code trace and data logging, code execution stopwatch, and real-time variable monitoring.
Microchip developed the MPLAB REAL ICE emulation system alongside its next-generation microcontrollers and DSC devices to ensure tightly coupled emulation integration. On-chip resources support the emulation features for full-speed debugging, with real time variable monitoring. High-speed data interfaces rapidly upload large trace records, offering quick monitoring and instant adjustment of application parameters.
The MPLAB REAL ICE in-circuit emulator is worth GBP 265 and, in addition, we are including the MPLAB REAL ICE Performance Pak worth GBP 85 which includes two plug-in high-speed driver boards to enhance communications between the unit and target.
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