Sensory RSC4x microcontrollers
Phyton is the only company in the market offering a complete development tool solution for the RSC-4x family of speech-recognition and synthesis microcontrollers produced by Sensory, Inc.
What is the Project-SE? This is a set of hardware and software tools for developing applications based on the RSC-4x microcontrollers produced by Sensory, Inc. under control of one integrated development environment (IDE). A full package includes MCA-SE macro assembler, PDS-SE software debugger/simulator, MCC-SE C compiler and PICE-SE in-circuit emulator integrated under control of the IDE. The ChipProg+ universal programmer can also be hooked up to the IDE, so this tool set provides a complete development cycle, from editing source texts, to getting debugged code, and "burning" it into a memory device. The tool kit shown inside the "Project-SE IDE" green box is a public domain product that can be downloaded at no charge from this website. The following configurations are available:
Is just a certain "Project-SE Kit" from the table above a proper part number for ordering? No, the PICE-SE emulator can include distinct boards and adapters that support different target derivatives and packages. Even if now the emulator supports only one RSC-4 microcontroller in one type of package it may support them in future. The emulator can also be optionally ordered with some accessories like a trace cable, etc. or without them. That is why you should include in your quote request and/or in your order all the emulator components individually in accordance with their abbreviations.
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