In this presentation you will learn the benefits of using a SPI – and other serial protocol – interface from PC to access, test and debug digital embedded systems such as digital ICs.
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Digital input stimulus generation is system analysis’ counterpart. When going to ‘real hardware’ prototype early in the design cycle of your embedded system, a digital stimulus source allows emulating the missing parts of your embedded system.
A digital pattern generator is an essential stimulus source for almost every type of digital device: digital and mixed-signal ASIC, FPGA, microprocessors and microcontrollers. The digital pattern generator can be used early in the design cycle to substitute for system components that are not yet available.
Because nowadays circuits use digital interfaces that may run at more than a few 10th of megahertz, the old way to do it with microcontrollers coupled with a GPIO is not practicable any more. By substituting for missing pieces and offering maximal flexibility when generating digital logic signals, digital pattern generators speed up new product’s time-to-market.
The digital pattern generator is an effective solution just about anywhere that complex digital bit streams are needed to stimulate a device under test (DUT).
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Byte Paradigms powerful PC-based digital pattern generators easily tackle most stimulus-and-response testing scenarios.
Total Phase has always provided comprehensive debugging and development solution across the USB, I2C, SPI, and CAN protocols featuring cross-platform support on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. We are proud to feature cross-platform support for all of our software, APIs, and drivers, and strongly believe Total Phase tools offer the most freedom for engineers to select the environment of their preference for developing and debugging USB, I2C, SPI, and CAN products.
Now, Total Phase are pleased to announce support for the Windows 8 and Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion operating systems. This includes support for driver installers, software downloads, APIs and Shared Libraries.
Additionally, the purchase of Total Phase tools includes lifetime updates for customers using any of the software and APIs. The updated files supporting Windows 8 and Mac OS X Mountain Lion are available as free downloads on totalphase.com at any one of the pages listed below.
In this step by step video tutorial we learn how to program a 1MBit EEPROM from Microchip using the Leaper-56 small programmer in just 1.4 seconds!
The LEAPER-56 is a universal programmer in portable mini-size. Just connect to USB and go. Bring your programmer anywhere. Universal support for any device including NAND- and NOR Flash. Win 32 and 64 bit.
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