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SPECTRUM DIGITAL  702305  EMULATOR, XDS100V3, USB CJTAG / JTAG

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  • Core Architecture: -
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  • Features: Supports TI DSPs and MCUs with CJTAG / JTAG interface, Supports Code Composer Studio
  • IC Product Type: Emulator
  • Kit Contents: Emulator, USB cable, JTAG Cable, JTAG adapter, Guide
  • SVHC: No SVHC (16-Dec-2013)
  • Silicon Family Name: -

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Can you suggest processor cores not supported by the emulator (part number 702305)
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Processor cores not supported by the emulator are: ARM 7, ARM 11, TMS320C24x, TMS320C55x+, TMS320C670x, TMS320C671x, TMS320C672x, TMS320C64x (note that TMS320C64x+ is supported).
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Can you suggest the compatible operating system for emulator (part number 702305)
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This emulator supports: Windows XP, Vista,Win7 and Linux Operating Systems.
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Can you suggest the compatible IDE for emulator (part number 702305)
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The emulator is compatible with Code Composer Studio IDE from Texas Instruments and the version is v5.
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Support for the following processor cores are: F28xx, C64x+, C54xx, C66x, C674x, ARM9, C55xx, Cortex.
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Can you suggest the performance of emulator (part number 702305)
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Performance of the XDS100 is lower than the XDS510 and XDS560. This means that program and data downloads will take a longer time than with XDS510 and XDS560 emulators. Also, stepping in "C" and "Assembly" will be slower with XDS100 when compared to XDS510 or XDS560 emulators. XDS100v3 emulators are recommended for users who require support for IEEE 1149.7, most devices do not require this.
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Can I plug more than one emulator (part number 702305) into a PC?
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With CCS v4.1 (with the XDS100v2 SW) and above you can plug more than one XDS100 on a single PC. This is not supported with CCSv3.3.

• Each XDS100 must have a unique serial number. Run xds100serial.exe installed under CCSv4.1
"<install_dir>/ccsv4/common/uscif/utility" to get the serial number of each connected XDS100 emulator. Create
Target Configuration for 2 emulators, Under “connection properties”, change “emulator selection” to “select by
serial number” option. Enter the corresponding serial number for each emulator. Save and launch debugger.
• With CCSv5, the xds100serial.exe utility is located in the folder "<install_dir>/ccsv5/ccs_base/common/uscif"
• With older versions of CCS (ex: CCS v3.3), there is a known issue (see above) which prevents the CCS XDS100
driver from seeing more than one XDS100 in a system. If more than one is in a system, only the first one is
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