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emulation mode

[‚em·yə′lā·shən ‚mōd]
(computer science)
A method of operation in which a computer actually executes the instructions of a different (simpler) computer, in contrast to normal mode.

emulation mode

An operational state of a computer that runs a program written for a different hardware environment. See emulator.
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This product allows Windows Mobile and Windows CE applications to run in emulation mode on the Toughbook U1 using Windows 7.
The Longbow X series devices installed in Santa Clara provide a latency emulation mode that allows users to accurately simulate InfiniBand traffic moving between arbitrarily remote InfiniBand-powered data centers.
The single user Veloce Solo addresses the needs of designers developing systems up to a complexity of 16 million ASIC gates in an acceleration or in-circuit emulation mode.
The Agilent L4411A has an E1412A/34401A Emulation Mode to ensure the easiest upgrade possible, virtually eliminating costly software and documentation changes.
The PC clients using DOS Clients are now able to access the database with the same quality and speed as clients who use Linux emulation mode or native Linux environment.
Agilent even provides an 1100 Emulation Mode for customers using non-Agilent software until third-party software upgrades are available.
The Palladium II system delivers up to 10,000 times above the average simulation performance in emulation mode or when regression testing with an embedded testbench.
The instruments also feature an emulation mode for Keithley's earlier Model 220, which makes it easy to use a Model 6220 or Model 6221 in an existing application without rewriting any control code.
The Palladium system can deliver 10,000 to 100,000 times faster simulation performance in emulation mode or in embedded testbench mode.
These built in keyboard emulation modes eliminates the need to relearn keystrokes so that even beginners can be productive immediately.
It currently supports the TCP/IP network protocol, as well as a wide variety of terminal emulation modes, including 3270, WYSE60, ANSI, AT386, VT320, BA80 and SNI97801 (7-bit, 8-bit).