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Embedded Systems November 2000 Vol13_12

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IAR Embedded Workbench'M A superior C cross compiler package offering advanced embedded C/C++ optimization techniques • Supports the fo llowing MCUs: Atmel Hitachi Intel AVR, AT89 Microchip SH, HSS, H8/300H, HS/300 805 I, 80x96, 8025 1 PICmicro 16/17 and 18 Mitsubishi M 16C/60/20, MCSO, 740 Motorola National NEC 68 11 , 68 12, 68 16 COPS, CR 16 Sharp TI Zi log V850, 78KO, 78K4 SM6000, SM8500 MSP430 ZSO, Z I 80 and more ... for complete list, check www.iw:com • Different Architectures, One Solution: The same user friendly environment applies for all targets. IAR visuaiSTATE® A UML-compliant graphical state machine tool generating micro-tight code for any embedded MCU. • Very small code footprint (A break- through patented technology) • Table driven code (compact & fast) • Uniquely suited for low-end 8/ 16-bit MCUs • Generates MCU & Compiler independ- ent code (works for 8/16/32/64-bit MCUs) • I 00% formal verification of state model (a second patent) • Allows state level debugging, breakpoint setting, variable/action watch and graphi- cal animation of model • Static & dynamic analysis with regres- sion testing • Automatically generates complete design documentation in ' rtf' format. IAR MakeApp"' The Device Driver Wizard. Automatically generates fully tested C initialization code for MCUs • Visual configuration of device drivers. • Supports the fo llowing targets Atmel AVR Hitachi SH, H8S/300H, HS/300 Mitsubishi M 16C Toshiba TX RISC for up-to-date target support check •vww.i(//:com • Checks for illegal settings & resource connicts IAR App. Development Services • Contact lAR to speed your next embedded development project. For a free demo & more information, please contact IAR Systems. Email: info@iar.com, Tel : 1-800-427-8868 Or visit www.iar.com /A/? Sr.>t.,//1 (US 1/Q & West Coast). One Maritime Pla

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