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Synonyms for emulator

someone who copies the words or behavior of another

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The Tornado development platform consists of three integrated components: the Tornado suite of tools, a set of cross-development tools and utilities; the VxWorks run-time system, a scalable RTOS; and a number of host-target communications options, such as Ethernet, serial line, in circuit emulator (ICE) and ROM emulator.
The Tornado development environment is composed of three highly integrated components: the Tornado suite of tools, a powerful set of cross-development tools and utilities on both the host and the target; the VxWorks(R) run-time system, a high-performance, scalable real-time operating system that executes on the target processor; and a full range of communications software options such as Ethernet, serial line, in-circuit emulator (ICE), ROM emulator, or custom backend for target connection to the host development system.
BDM, ICE, or ROM emulator for the target connection to the host.
This next-generation development environment consists of three integrated components: the Tornado tool suite, a set of powerful tools and utilities on both the host and the target; VxWorks(R), the industry's most powerful and scalable real-time operating system, which executes on the embedded target processor; and a full range of communications options such as Ethernet, serial line, BDM, ICE, or ROM emulator for the target connection to the host.
KMC's Partner ROM emulator solution is known for fast data transfer and download speeds, at rates of up to 4 Mbytes per second.
This next-generation development environment consists of three integrated components: the Tornado tool suite, a set of powerful tools and utilities on both the host and the target; VxWorks, the industry's most powerful and scalable real-time operating system, which executes on the embedded target processor; and a full range of communications options such as Ethernet, serial line, ICE or ROM emulator for the target connection to the host.