Performance Pak Emulator-to-Target Connections

The high-speed driver board from the Performance Pak is plugged into the emulator pod to configure the system for this type of communication with the target. The modular cables can be inserted into matching connectors on the high-speed receiver board.

The high-speed receiver board is attached via an 8-pin connector on one of the following:

  • Target board with an on-board target device as shown in Figure 1
  • Debug or emulation header which is then plugged into the target board as shown in Figure 2
Figure 1: High-Speed/Low-Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) Connection – Device with On-Board ICE Circuitry

Figure 2: High-Speed/LVDS Connection – Debug or Emulation Header

See Isolator Unit Connections

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