Forum: µC & Digital Electronics Testing of an Controller by simulating a load

von Michael H. (qwerty99)

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Hello everyone!

I'm new to the microcontroller universe, so please forgive me some 
beginners mistakes. Nevertheless I have to find a solution for the 
following problem:

I need to test an Infineon TC297 whether it has enough performance to 
run a certain code. But for specific reasons it’s not possible to run 
the actual code on it, but only a simulated load is applied. To know how 
big the simulated load has to be (to match the actual code) the actual 
code is run on a standard PC. To translate the load of that PC to an 
equivalent load for the TC297 I’m searching for a 
model/research/scientific paper which calculates the load I will be 
simulating based on the load the real code applied to the PC. Anyone 
knows something?

Thanks im advance!


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