Simulation of the SBP 9989 microprocessor using the CAE tool N.mPc on a VAX 11/780 / prepared by: Max Streit, Intellitech Canada Limited.: Co24-3/1-84-023E-PDF
"This report describes the simulation of the Texas Instrument SBP 9989 microprocessor using the computer aided engineering design and development tool N.mPc, developed by Case Western University. The simulation was developed and run on the VAX 11/780 System of the Analysis and Simulation Laboratory, Communications Research Centre. The simulation includes a hardware description, a command file for the programmable assembler and a command file for the programmable linking/loader. A test program is also included. Taken together, these components constitute a software implementation of the SBP 9989 as well as a complete software development system for the SBP 9989 on the VAX 11/780. The architecture of SBP 9989 is discussed, its implementation in N.mPc and a test simulation are described. Comments based on the experience gained during the hardware and software simulation of the SBP 9989 processor are provided"--Summary.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Department of Communications. Space Program. |
Intellitech Canada Limited.
|Title||Simulation of the SBP 9989 microprocessor using the CAE tool N.mPc on a VAX 11/780 / prepared by: Max Streit, Intellitech Canada Limited.|
|Variant title||Simulation of the SBP 9989 microprocessor using the computer aided engineering tool N.mPc on a VAX 11/780|
|Series title||DOC contractor report ; DOC-CR-SP-84-023|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Note(s)|| "Issued by contractor as report no: INT-83-65i." |
Part of DSS contract no. OER 83-05075.
Digitized copy from print [produced by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada].
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||Ottawa, Canada : Department of Communications, Space Program, September 1984.|
|Author / Contributor||Streit, Max,author.|
|Description||1 online resource (106 pages in various pagings) : illustrations.|
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|Subject terms|| Computer systems |
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