The 8550 is a self contained microcomputer development lab that gives complete support to one user at a time. Important features of the 8550 include a flexible filing system that easily adapts to any type of software project, high level language and assembly support with symbolic debugging for both 8-bit and 16-bit chips, real-time emulation to install developed software in the prototype hardware, and a powerful set of real-time debugging tools, including the Trigger Trace Analyzer for 8-bit and 16-bit designs, and the Real-Time Prototype Analyzer for 8-bit designs.
It supports the following microprocessors:
Documents Referencing 8550
|Tekscope 1980 V12 N4.pdf||Article||New Products||1980||4634 • TR503 • FG507 • DC508A • 8550 • S-3275|
|Tekscope 1981 V13 N1.pdf||Article||A Microprocessor Development Lab with an Expandable Future||Bob Hunter||1981||8540 • 8550 • 8560 • 8301 • 8501|
|Tekscope 1982 V14 N1.pdf||Article||A Real-Time Debugging Tool for the 8500 Series MDL||1982||8540 • 8550 • TTA|
Some Parts Used in the 8550