Standard Communication Hardware

For standard emulator communication with a target (see "Standard Communication"), use the standard driver board.

To use this type of communication with a debug or emulation header, you may need a device-specific Extension Pak, which includes an 8-pin connector debug header that contains the desired -ICE/-ICD or -ME2 device and a standard adapter board (8-pin to 6-pin connection).

Note: Older debug headers used a 6-pin (RJ-11) connector instead of an 8-pin connector, so these headers may be connected directly to the emulator.

For more on available headers, see "Processor Extension Paks and Debug Headers" or "Emulation Extension Paks and Emulation Headers".

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