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Chip Specific Products
Available for many chips from the mighty QorIQ™ T4240 ( 12 cores ), Qorivva, ARM7 to Cortex, Kinetis, Coldfire down to the humble 68HC08
All but the smallest single chip applications benefit from the use of a real time executive. It simplifies the design stage, forces clear interfaces between parts and allows separate sections to be coded, tested and modified independently. We have a range of real-time executives to suite every need.
Now that C is established as the universal high level language for embedded work the promise of reusable functions is beginning to be realised. Most communication with the outside world demands complex high level protocols such as DOS file structures on a floppy, TCP/IP, FTP etc.
CMX provide C source code that simplifies this process and includes DOS and Windows compatible file Systems, PCMCIA, CDROM, Floppies, IDE, TCP/IP, FTP, NFS, PPP, Ethernet, SNMP, Mail, HTML web servers.
CMX-MicroNet provides TCP/IP, PPP and a web server all in under 20K bytes for 8/16/32 bit micros and is particularly suited to single chip systems such as Cortex.
CMX have a range of Embedded USB Host and Device Stacks including support for Thumb drive operation
The user interface has increasingly become standardised on Windows compatible GUIs and for this PEG provides a low overhead portable Windows package.
Chip specific ICE are available for 8,16 and 32 bit processors along with BDM and JTAG driven ICE.
The core of any microprocessor development facility. We have cross development software available for most micros.
For prototype development and compiler evaluation COMSOL can supply boards ( Many of which come with full or limited code size development systems) for the 68HCS08, 68HC12, ColdFire and ARM as well as a number of special purpose boards for use with CAN.
Significantly cheaper than an ICE these were the development mainstay in the days of EEPROMS. They may be the only solution for legacy systems where the ICE are no longer available and are still useful for developing code for Flash, LPI and SPI busses.
For each Microprocessor chip family (over 100 are listed) our Tools Directory shows all software and hardware designed for that family and where necessary (Simulators, ICE, programmers) it shows which individual chips within the family are supported.