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eTPU_C | Vendors
Consult these resources for more information on eTPU_C and the eTPU:
Lauterbach offers the eTPU Debugger, which is compatible with eTPU_C. It includes support for breakpoints, subinstruction disassembly and high-level language support, and the PRACTICE scripting language for automation.
iSystem iC3000 is a complete development tool for MPC55XX parts including the MPC5554 with eTPU. iC3000 offers JTAG debug, operation at maximum hardware frequency, 4 hardware breakpoints and unlimited software breakpoints, and debug support for eTPU1 and eTPU2
pls Development Tools offers the Universal Debug Engine. It supports development boards from a range of vendors and a wide range of target communication methods. It features CAN-specific support, realtime data monitoring and collection, and automated testing.
Ashling offers the PathFinder debugging tools and a application note that describes how to use them.
Creative Impulse is a software engineering business in Scotland. They have expert knowledge on the eTPU and other embedded platforms. They emphasize working within your established development processes, including ISO9000 and CMM.
ASH WARE has simulators for eTPU systems: a stand-alone simulator, and one that simulates both the eTPU and host processor. You can run eTPU_C programs on these simulators and examine and analyze the running program.
eTPU Vendors and Product Lines
Freescale's MPC5500 family of PowerPC™ microcontrollers. The MPC5500 have a PowerPC core (built on the successful MPC500 family), Flash capabilities, and 5-volt compatibility.
The eTPU is an autonomous coprocessor with its own programming and processor core. It is a very capable processor in its own right: though it's specialized for timing and signal processing work, it could easily be applied to almost any computing task.
Freescale's MCF523x family of ColdFire microcontrollers. The MCF523x devices have a ColdFire core (the successor to the venerable MC68000 series) and numerous peripherals.
See the Freescale eTPU page for more information.