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emulate

To imitate the operation of another device or platform. It enables another digital standard to be processed by equipment that normally deals with its own native format or protocol. See emulator.
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JTAG emulators grant developers direct access to the application program, memory and registers, and provide the ability to control device execution.
The emulators for each of these platforms offer functionality similar to the Palm emulation software.
The primary cost of emulation would be the creation of appropriate emulators.
An emulator that simulates the linearly-polarized magnetic fields of walk-through metal detectors was developed by NIST researchers for the FDA to conduct EMI tests of PMEDs.
The ACE platform redefines customer expectations for channel emulation and we've seen tremendous interest in the ACE 400WB, particularly from vendors familiar with our award-winning Wi-Fi channel emulator.
Even more, this emulator eliminates the requirement for testing of custom protocol emulators that are developed from scratch by investing significant engineering hours.
Anue's MAUI Ethernet Emulators allow advanced filtering based on data within each Ethernet frame, such as MAC and IP addresses and VLAN tags.
Many of the older and less-sophisticated parallel port and PCMCIA emulators cannot be used on modern laptops and an easy and cost-effective replacement is now within reach.
Signum supplies full-featured JTAG-based emulators, in-circuit emulators (ICE), debuggers and C compilers to developers of microcontroller, microprocessor, RISC and DSP-based systems.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Anue Systems, the leader in network delay and impairment emulation, has expanded its Advanced Ethernet product line with the addition of Network Emulators that operate at 10/100 Mbps.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Blackhawk(TM), a leader in the design of digital signal processor (DSP) hardware and software development tools, announced today that it has developed a new adapter that allows JTAG emulators for TI DSPs to synchronize with the adaptive clocking cores of Texas Instruments' OMAP devices.
WASHINGTON -- Anue Systems' Network Emulators Dynamically Generate Impairments That Would Occur on a Real Satellite Network; These Impairments Include Delay, Jitter and Bit Errors