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1999\04\07@143708 by David Wong

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Don't know if this has been asked before.  What In-Circuit Emulator would
you recommend for the 16CXX and 17CXX Microchip parts.  Is the Mplab ICE
-2000 the best way to go.  Or would you guys recommend a thrid-party.  Cost
not an issue.

Thanks in advance.

DW

1999\04\07@144944 by Andy Kunz

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At 02:34 PM 4/7/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Don't know if this has been asked before.  What In-Circuit Emulator would
>you recommend for the 16CXX and 17CXX Microchip parts.  Is the Mplab ICE
>-2000 the best way to go.  Or would you guys recommend a thrid-party.  Cost
>not an issue.

I wholeheartedly recommend the Tech Tools Mathias.

It is priced reasonably.
Tech support is fantastic (e-mail several times a day sometimes).
Supports all 12-bit and 14-bit core chips.
Uses internal PLL for OSC frequency.
_VERY_ good interface.
Quick change of emulation makes multi-project support very easy.

My recommendation for the RICE17 is to negate all the above comments:  It
is expensive, tech support is horrible if you get any at all, supports all
the chips (even the 17C) [OK, so they have _one_ advantage], requires
external parts for anything but a handful of frequencies, and the IDE is
counter-intuitive.  You must also open the unit up to change emulations.

Andy

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