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Computer Solutions is now supplying the Embest range of ARM Development
tools.  These include UNetICE, a low-cost, high-speed JTAG emulator for ARM
processors, Debugging and Flash programming software to support it and a
wide range of ARM Evaluation Boards.

UNetICE connects the USB or Ethernet port of a PC to the JTAG interface of
the ARM target board and allows flash programming and debugging. It is
available with supporting software includes an integrated development
environment with a GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) compiler ready linked along
with evaluation boards to give 'out of the box' program development.

With UNetICE, a user can download target programs, examine memory and
registers, single-step through programs, insert multiple breakpoints, run
programs in real time, and program on and off-chip flash memory. Support is
provided for two hardware breakpoints, two data breakpoints and unlimited
software breakpoints. The new unit supports all ARM7 and ARM9 kernel CPUs,
and is designed for use with Windows 98/NT/2000/XP host PCs via a 10/100M
Ethernet port or USB port. It includes a standard 20-pin JTAG port for
connecting to the target, and will download and debug at speeds of 200-800
Kbytes/sec. It can either be powered from the USB port or from a separate
power supply.

The Embest IDE provides a simple and versatile graphical user interface with
tools for creating applications for ARM processors. It facilitates the
management and development of projects, establishes and manages host-target
communication, as well as running and debugging applications. It
incorporates an integrated source-code editor, GNU compilers, assembler and
linker, a GNU ANSI C library, and a source-level debugger. In addition to
supporting the Embest IDE, UNetICE also provides support for the GNU
Debugger (GDB), as well as the ARM ADS and SDT debugger standards and all
compilers that comply with that.

A range of low-cost ARM core evaluation boards for the Philips,
STMicroelectronics, Atmel, Samsung, Cirrus Logic and Intel are also
available.

Prices for the UNetICE start at less than 450 UKPounds (650Euro) , and
evaluation boards at 100 UKPounds (150 Euro)

For more details visit our web site
http://www.computer-solutions.co.uk/chipdev/embestarmtools.htm

The Embest range of products is now available, most for next day delivery,
from our web shop
www.computer-solutions.co.uk/shop


Regards,  Chris

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Chris Stephens                        E-mail: sales@computer-solutions.co.uk
Computer Solutions Ltd.          Phone:  +44  (0)1 932 829 460
1a New Haw Road,                Fax:    +44  (0)1 932 840 603
Addlestone, Surrey                  http://www.computer-solutions.co.uk
KT15 2BZ  England

 For the largest range of embedded microprocessor development tools




The latest spamming from Chris Stephens


was: High speed ARM debugger & programmer

Chris Stephens wrote:
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...in his ongoing spam campaign
http://groups.google.com/groups/search?filter=0&enc_author=Aj503x4AAABFDkQgoe2jMs3YodzvklDIbUaDN7oMkwvzvNLdfQCZMQ&scoring=d

It's a shame when a business/product is such crap
that the vendor has to resort to spamming Usenet.
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.electronics.misc/browse_frm/thread/ae1bb40ffdb51be0/270ece4df6251f42?q=ONLY+marketplace+HOW-TO-SPOT-A-SPAMMER+zzz +*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-his-own-private-advertising-medium+PARTICIPATING

or when an individual doesn't even realize that he is an asshole
http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:UkDUQGrgwUEJ:www.repairfaq.org/REPAIR/F_Groups.html+Are-advertisements-restricted-to-ONLY-misc.industry.electronics.marketplace+zz-zz+SPAM+disconnected+seperate-posting-to-multiple-newsgroups
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.electronics.cad/browse_frm/thread/9d72416bf9381a6f/44d669936bc0a242?q=Best -*-*-*-*+worst-*-*-*-*-*+incidentally+zz-zz+actively-engaging+PARTICIPATING+*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-PLASTER-*-*
http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:SXIajvWUVHAJ:groups.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer12%348+don 't-use-Usenet-as-an-advertising-medium+zz-zz+qq-qq+telemarketer
.
.
Rather than giving their $$ to this idiot,
folks should consider the competition:
http://groups.google.com/group/comp.arch.embedded/browse_frm/thread/2425306130f25dfe/3a16180cfd34eb6d?q=advertising +*-*-*-top-end-systems+I-can-supply+zz-zz+supply-their-own+*-*-other-end-of-the-scale


Re: The latest spamming from Chris Stephens


On 5/23/06 1:30 PM, in article
snipped-for-privacy@g10g2000cwb.googlegroups.com, "JeffM"

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So why are YOU spamming this group with it?


Re: The latest spamming from Chris Stephens


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Um.  I didn't start the thread.
OTOH, perhaps you're right.
I'm just tired of seeing of this idiot's spam go unchallenged.[1]
His Usenet use is 98.5% spam,
1% answers to responses to his spam,
and 0.5% is actual participation (in 5% of the groups he spams).
.
.
[1] In some of the groups
there were some idiots that were asking about pricing etc
concerning a PCB fab house that was spamming the groups.
I don't want any newbies to get the idea
that patronizing spammers is a good idea.


Re: The latest spamming from Chris Stephens


On 5/24/06 12:30 AM, in article
snipped-for-privacy@y43g2000cwc.googlegroups.com, "JeffM"

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Actually, you DID start this thread.  It did not exist on this board until
you sent it here.

Don


Re: The latest spamming from Chris Stephens



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I only see sci.electronics.components for all posts, including those in the
previous thread he replied in about spamming.


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Re: The latest spamming from Chris Stephens


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Your server dropped or missed the OP.


Re: The latest spamming from Chris Stephens


On 5/24/06 12:38 PM, in article
snipped-for-privacy@j33g2000cwa.googlegroups.com, "JeffM"

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*YOU* initiated *THIS* thread,  Do a search on this thread's title and see
for yourself.

Don't reply.  I'm out of here.


Re: The latest spamming from Chris Stephens


[Did too. Did too. Did too.]

Verify your "facts" BEFORE sticking your foot in your mouth.
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.electronics.components/browse_frm/thread/95674e582a69ee5a/a3f01d0126a78788?q=was-High -*-*-*-%26-*

If your crappy newsreader
can't keep track of threads where the Subject: lne has been changed,
you should get one that can.


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