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“But the larger of the 8-bit and 16-bit microcontrollers often have enough RAM and FLASH to run a FORTH, in which case the resulting improvements in development productivity and field serviceability from having an in-circuit interactive prompt and metaprogramming facilities are very compelling; and 32-bit ARM microcontrollers are veritable FORTH dream machines.”
“My days were mostly consumed with debugging prototype motherboards with an o-scope, logic analyzer, and in-circuit emulator.”
“Using an in-circuit emulator -- a device used to monitor hardware activity -- Moskowitz was able to watch exactly what the DVD hardware does in decrypting the movie on his PC.”
“Demonstrate working knowledge of in-circuit testing theory and current corporate practices.”
“Implement automated test facilitites for end item functions test and alignment, consisiting of in-circuit probes, rate tables and thermal chambers, including requuired interface circuits.”
“The workbench also features a debugger that can be connected to ST's very low cost ST-LINK in-circuit debugger probe as well as the high-end advanced emulator, STice.”
“Inventories of broken ore, heap leach ore, in-circuit gold and gold dore are valued at the lower of average production cost and net realizable value, while consumable supplies and spares are valued at the lower of weighted-average cost and replacement cost.”
“Microchip's PICkit ™ 3 Debug Express uses in-circuit debugging logic incorporated into each chip with Flash memory to provide a low-cost hardware debugger and ...”
“For lower current applications, where very small amounts of in-circuit DC resistance have less effect, amplifier outputs and loudspeaker inputs should use the so-called 5-way binding post (fig. 2, footnote 2).”
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