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in-circuit emulator

Abbreviated as ICE, a computer chip that is used to emulate a microprocessor so that embedded system software can be tested by developers. The processor that the hardware device��s software is going to run on is replaced with an ICE that acts just as the processor would. ICEs enable developers to closely monitor the development of an embedded system and are useful tools for debugging.










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