ARM Cortex A53 Octa Core 64-bit Application Processor S5P6818 Released

Started by Reese in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago

Based on ARM Cortex A53 Octa Core, 64-bit desktop-class architecture, with world leading 28nm manufacturing technique, S5P6818 brings a new level...

Based on ARM Cortex A53 Octa Core, 64-bit desktop-class architecture, with world leading 28nm manufacturing technique, S5P6818 brings a new level of performance and efficiency ever. The most advanced and powerful Cortex A53 Octa Core applies to the needed peripheral interfaces, optimized 3D engine and multimedia processor. S5P6818 is the first choice which can be able to meet the cost-effectivene...


ARM Cortex A53 Octa Core 64-bit Application Processor S5P6818 Released

Started by Reese in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago

Based on ARM Cortex A53 Octa Core, 64-bit desktop-class architecture, with world leading 28nm manufacturing technique, S5P6818 brings a new level...

Based on ARM Cortex A53 Octa Core, 64-bit desktop-class architecture, with world leading 28nm manufacturing technique, S5P6818 brings a new level of performance and efficiency ever. The most advanced and powerful Cortex A53 Octa Core applies to the needed peripheral interfaces, optimized 3D engine and multimedia processor. S5P6818 is the first choice which can be able to meet the cost-effectivene...


Would really like input/opinions on the ARM/CORTEX M3

Started by justme in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 31 replies

I sure would like to hear opinions on the ARM Cortex M3 micro. What is the cheapest dev. board for this chip or, a schematic. Anyone have...

I sure would like to hear opinions on the ARM Cortex M3 micro. What is the cheapest dev. board for this chip or, a schematic. Anyone have Altium or Keil for sale. As always, that you for your time and input. Joe


Best development tool for NXP Cortex

Started by Stefano in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 5 replies

I am approaching to the ARM world and I develop applications for Cortex M3 LPC17xx and in the future also LPC11xx M0 . I have to develop in C...

I am approaching to the ARM world and I develop applications for Cortex M3 LPC17xx and in the future also LPC11xx M0 . I have to develop in C with the libraries support. I'm evaluating development tools to use and would like some advice from those already developed in this field, considering that my application would probably exceed 32K and not want to risk it. I tried the evaluation vers...


Cortex-M3 develop tool under $150?

Started by kathy in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 5 replies

I want to find low cost Cortex-M3 develop tool under $150 for learning purpose. It better has ethernet interface and ADC.

I want to find low cost Cortex-M3 develop tool under $150 for learning purpose. It better has ethernet interface and ADC.


Cortex M3 realworld wakeup times and power consumption

Started by MealMan401 in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 6 replies

Hi, I am looking at using a Cortex M3 based mcu for an application requiring a very fast wakeup time and low power during that...

Hi, I am looking at using a Cortex M3 based mcu for an application requiring a very fast wakeup time and low power during that sleep mode. Is it possible for the M3 to wake up in less than 300us given that whatever sleep mode it is in has to draw less than 300uA? thanks, Mike.


Cortex M4 Floating Point Size

Started by Tim Wescott in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 22 replies

I am, apparently, incompetent at reading data sheets. At least when they get up to several hundred pages. Do Cortex M4 parts deal with...

I am, apparently, incompetent at reading data sheets. At least when they get up to several hundred pages. Do Cortex M4 parts deal with 64-bit floating point in hardware, or just 32-bit? Thanks... -- Tim Wescott Wescott Design Services http://www.wescottdesign.com


Cortex M3/M4 with bootloader ROM

Started by David Brown in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 83 replies

Does anyone have recommendations for Cortex M3/M4 microcontrollers with a bootloader in ROM? We use a number of Freescale Kinetis devices,...

Does anyone have recommendations for Cortex M3/M4 microcontrollers with a bootloader in ROM? We use a number of Freescale Kinetis devices, but there is no ROM bootloader - programming is through either JTAG or the EZ-Port (basically treating the chip like an SPI flash device). We have an application where a UART-based bootloader would be very useful, and having it in ROM would save a lot of...


RTOS for ARM Cortex M1?

Started by bo in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 1 reply

Does anyone know of either a free or commerical RTOS that supports ARM Cortex M1? I'm finding that some vendor's websites claiming support are...

Does anyone know of either a free or commerical RTOS that supports ARM Cortex M1? I'm finding that some vendor's websites claiming support are inaccurate. Looking for RTOS with filesystem and drivers to support a SoC implentation in an Actel FPGA... Any recommendations? Thanks, Bo --------------= Posted using GrabIt =---------------- ------= Binary Usenet downloading made easy =...


Cortex-M3 vs PIC32 divide instruction

Started by Jon Kirwan in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 40 replies

I've finally been considering a project to use either a Cortex-M3 or a PIC32 processor and I've a technical question unrelated to any "business...

I've finally been considering a project to use either a Cortex-M3 or a PIC32 processor and I've a technical question unrelated to any "business issues" between these options -- the divide instruction operation. Both of these cores include one but I'm interested in any remarkable technical details between them, including cycle counts but not limited to that (load-store time is fair game.) ...


ANN: New ARM Cortex-M3 in Arduino format

Started by Tim in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 4 replies

We have developed a board which has an ARM Cortex-M3 micro in the Arduino format. This is definitely not an official board, and by using a...

We have developed a board which has an ARM Cortex-M3 micro in the Arduino format. This is definitely not an official board, and by using a 72MHz 32-bit processor with 512KByte of Flash we guaranteed there would be a few changes from the 10MHz Atmel ATmega168 in the Arduino... But we tried to keep as close as possible to the Arduino spirit. At least the connectors are in the same places ...


.Net Micro Framework on an Arm Cortex M3, experiences anyone?

Started by Kvik in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 1 reply

Hi We are working on a new product and we are contemplating using a Virtual Machine, running the Microsoft .Net Micro Framework It seems it...

Hi We are working on a new product and we are contemplating using a Virtual Machine, running the Microsoft .Net Micro Framework It seems it could be running on a STM32F105 (Cortex M3 device) with 256kB Flash and 64kB RAM. We do not need it to run very fast, we just need the ability to be relatively processor independent and to gain a higher abstraction level if possible, reducing deve...


Atmel launch SAM3 Cortex M3

Started by FreeRTOS.org in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

See: http://www.atmel.com/dyn/corporate/view_detail.asp?FileName=AT91SAM3U_6_1.html Naturally there is a FreeRTOS demo...

See: http://www.atmel.com/dyn/corporate/view_detail.asp?FileName=AT91SAM3U_6_1.html Naturally there is a FreeRTOS demo ready: http://www.freertos.org/Free-RTOS-for-Atmel-SAM3-Cortex-M3.html Also there is a new LPC1766 demo: http://www.freertos.org/Free-RTOS-For-NXP-Cortex-M3-LPC17xx.html -- Regards, Richard. + http://www.FreeRTOS.org Designed for Microcontrollers. More th...


Gnu tools for ARM Cortex development

Started by Tim Wescott in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 52 replies

Is anyone out there doing development for the ARM Cortex (specifically the m3) with the Gnu tools? Are you using the CodeSourcery set, or are...

Is anyone out there doing development for the ARM Cortex (specifically the m3) with the Gnu tools? Are you using the CodeSourcery set, or are you building your own? If so, how are things going? There seems to be a welter of "how to" pages on this, but nearly all of them seem to be as old as the hills. My spare-time job right now is bringing up a set of tools that'll work on Linux a...


ARM Cortex M3 compilers - gcc vs arm-cc ?

Started by Mike in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 19 replies

Hi, Can anyone tell me the pros and cons of gcc vs the arm-cc compiler for ARM Cortex M3 development? I understand that the ARM compiler...

Hi, Can anyone tell me the pros and cons of gcc vs the arm-cc compiler for ARM Cortex M3 development? I understand that the ARM compiler always used to be said to give smaller code size with the downside that it cost a bit more but can anyone tell me whether that is still true in 2012 ? How do they compare on execution speed ? My application is power sensitive and increased execution ...


install gnu toolchain for Cortex-M3

Started by cerr in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 13 replies

Hi There, I'm trying to get a gnu toolchain for ARM Cortex-M3 established, so far unsuccesful. I got instructions from ...

Hi There, I'm trying to get a gnu toolchain for ARM Cortex-M3 established, so far unsuccesful. I got instructions from http://www.gnuarm.com/ [on the bottom] - I setup cygwin and installed all the required things - so I thought... However, at step 3 building the compiler I get: cd /usr/src/binutils-2.22.51-1 && autogen Makefile.def /usr/bin/sh: autogen: command not found make: *** [/usr...


ARM Cortex dev board with Bluetooth, Wifi and CAN?

Started by don't email me in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Does anyone know of a small cheap ARM Cortex dev board with all of Bluetooth, Wifi and CAN onboard ? STM preferred but I can't find...

Hi, Does anyone know of a small cheap ARM Cortex dev board with all of Bluetooth, Wifi and CAN onboard ? STM preferred but I can't find anything suitable in their lineup. Something with good SW support preferred to save me a porting expedition... Thanks, Mike


ARM Cortex dev kit with 3 axis Gyro + 3 axis accelerometer ?

Started by Boo in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 12 replies

Hi, I'm looking for a cheap dev kit with an ARM Cortex CPU and both a 3-axis gyro and a 3-axis accelerometer. Anyone know of such a board ? I...

Hi, I'm looking for a cheap dev kit with an ARM Cortex CPU and both a 3-axis gyro and a 3-axis accelerometer. Anyone know of such a board ? I really don't need much else apart from the ability to drive 3 PWM channels as outputs. Project is a stabilised camera platform for use on a boat. Thanks, Boo


Open source (pref) assymetric crypto C library for ARM Cortex M3 ?

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Question as title : I have an existing product that has an ARM Cortex M3 CPU and which I need to retrofit with assymetric crypto to send...

Hi, Question as title : I have an existing product that has an ARM Cortex M3 CPU and which I need to retrofit with assymetric crypto to send small amounts of encrypted data. The CPU I am landed with doen't have a crypto module available and cannot be changed so I need a C library that can do assymetric crypto (key exchange etc) and still run, even if slowly) in a restricted mem


Use reserved vectors in Cortex-M3 vector table

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded2 years ago 6 replies

Here[1] you will find the vector table of Cortex-M3 core. There are 4 vectors (16 bytes) that are named "Reserved" (plus one more at index...

Here[1] you will find the vector table of Cortex-M3 core. There are 4 vectors (16 bytes) that are named "Reserved" (plus one more at index 13). Do you think they can be used for custom purposes? The word "Reserved" seems this can't be done. I'd like to use those vectors, that are in the non-volatile Flash memory, to store some data. In my case, I will save the MAC address (6 bytes...