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'[PIC]: EMU-II Version 0.80 Released'
2000\09\09@184845 by Myke Predko

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Hi Folks,

I just wanted to let you know that I have the first release of the EMU-II on
my web page.

The EMU-II is a PIC16F87x based emulator for the PICmicro MCU that does not
use the "built in debug" features of the devices.  The EMU-II takes
advantage of the ability of the PIC16F87x to read and write its own program
memory.  It connects to a Host system via RS-232 running at 1200 bps (8-N-1)
and can use a standard terminal emulator to download application hex files.

Note that like MPLAB-ICD, the EMU-II requires that the user place a "nop" as
the first instruction in the application.  This nop is used to bypass the
application during EMU-II boot.

If you go to:

http://www.myke.com/PICMicro/emu-ii.htm

you will see:

1.  A description and operating instructions for the application
2.  Schematic with Bill of Material for the application along with assembly
instructions and suggestions
3.  Hex file along with the source code for the application

Please note that this application is made available for single-use
non/commercial users only.

I'm looking forward to any suggestions, comments or concerns that you may
have regarding it.

myke

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2000\09\10@020810 by James Newton

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Wow! Totally cool!

Correct me if I'm wrong, but this is a "monitor" for the '87x just like I
grew up with for the 8080, z80, 650x, 1802, x86, etc...

Very useful, very nice. Maybe even better than the ICD, especially if you
need the io pins more than you need the USART. The 8 breakpoints are also
good.

Now, would you please work with Tony Nixon to add a Windows IDE front end
like the ROMZap so that source level debugging and other nice display
features can be added and so that the size of the monitor in the device can
be reduced?

James Newton, PICList Admin #3
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