White Mountain unveils LAN-based SHARC emulation

Experts at White Mountain DSP, an Analog Devices DSP Solutions company in Nashua, N.H., are offering a network-hosted digital signal processor (DSP) emulator for the Analog Devices SHARC DSPs. The White Mountain Trek-ICE Universal Ethernet emulator enables users to debug DSPs from anywhere on their corporate local area networks, White Mountain officials say. The Trek-ICE has a network-hosted mini-tower emulator with 10/100BASE-T Ethernet connection, rugged high-speed 3-volt/5-volt scan-based fle

Jul 1st, 1999

Experts at White Mountain DSP, an Analog Devices DSP Solutions company in Nashua, N.H., are offering a network-hosted digital signal processor (DSP) emulator for the Analog Devices SHARC DSPs. The White Mountain Trek-ICE Universal Ethernet emulator enables users to debug DSPs from anywhere on their corporate local area networks, White Mountain officials say. The Trek-ICE has a network-hosted mini-tower emulator with 10/100BASE-T Ethernet connection, rugged high-speed 3-volt/5-volt scan-based flexible emulator cable and pod, and supports Analog Devices ADSP-2106X, 2116X, and any new Analog Devices JTAG DSPs. For more information contact White Mountain by phone at 603-883-2430, by fax at 603-882-2655, by e-mail at info@ wmdsp.com, or on the World Wide Web at http://wmdsp.com/. — J.K.

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