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Emulator USB or XDS510PP for TI

Started by kaashif January 23, 2006
Hi,

I found a USB 2.0 Emulator for TI and also the XDS510PP JTAG Emulator 
again for TI.

The products were from a company by the name of GAO Engineering and their 
URL - www.gaoengineering.com .

I'm having troubles deciding which emulator would be a better option in 
tems of debugging, speed.

Any help would be appreciated.

david_embedded@yahoo.ca (kaashif) writes:

> Hi, > > I found a USB 2.0 Emulator for TI and also the XDS510PP JTAG Emulator > again for TI. > > The products were from a company by the name of GAO Engineering and > their URL - www.gaoengineering.com . > > I'm having troubles deciding which emulator would be a better option > in tems of debugging, speed. > > Any help would be appreciated.
Most definitely the USB emulator is superior in terms of speed and also performance (USB products tend to be more robust in handling power and reset failures). -- % Randy Yates % "I met someone who looks alot like you, %% Fuquay-Varina, NC % she does the things you do, %%% 919-577-9882 % but she is an IBM." %%%% <yates@ieee.org> % 'Yours Truly, 2095', *Time*, ELO http://home.earthlink.net/~yatescr
kaashif wrote:
> Hi, > > I found a USB 2.0 Emulator for TI and also the XDS510PP JTAG Emulator > again for TI. > > The products were from a company by the name of GAO Engineering and their > URL - www.gaoengineering.com . > > I'm having troubles deciding which emulator would be a better option in > tems of debugging, speed. > > Any help would be appreciated.
I have not used that emulator, but I have used the ones from DSP Research found here: http://www.flexds.com/ Cheers! --M
"kaashif" <david_embedded@yahoo.ca> wrote in message
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> Hi, > > I found a USB 2.0 Emulator for TI and also the XDS510PP JTAG Emulator > again for TI. > > The products were from a company by the name of GAO Engineering and their > URL - www.gaoengineering.com . > > I'm having troubles deciding which emulator would be a better option in > tems of debugging, speed. > > Any help would be appreciated.
There is also a guy who sells a USB version for $338 on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/495102-USB2-0-JTAG-ICE-Tools-for-TI-DSP-XDS510-like_W0QQitemZ8752981304QQcategoryZ162QQssPageNameZWD2VQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem I bought one of these a couple of days ago coincidentally - I will post how well it works, or not! Cheers, Howard