Ceibo emulator

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Atmel 8051 in-circuit emulator
8051 emulator with adapters

A ceibo emulator is an in-circuit emulators for microcontrollers and microprocessors.[1][2]

These emulators use bond-out processors, which have internal signals brought out for the purpose of debugging. These signals provide information about the state of the processor that is otherwise unobtainable.[3][4]

Supported microprocessors and microcontrollers include Atmel, Dallas Semiconductor, Infineon, Intel, Microchip, NEC, Philips, STMicroelectronics, and Winbond.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ C and the 8051: Hardware, modular programming, and multitasking – Thomas W. Schultz – Prentice Hall PTR, ISBN 0-13-754839-7
  2. ^ 8051 Microcontrollers: Hardware, Software & Applications – By David M. Calcutt, Frederick J. Cowan, G. Hassan Parchizadeh -Elsevier, 1998 – Technology & Engineering – page 277 – ISBN 0-34-067707-4
  3. ^ EDN – Electrical design news – Volume 42, Issues 9–12 – p. 158
  4. ^ Circuit Cellar ink – Issues 42–53 – p. 248
  5. ^ Ceibo emulators and silicon vendors support