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Started by "Pont, Michael J." February 2, 2008
> Yes I think v. 2.2.3 is the latest release.
> I'm currently using this tool with a LPC2106 microcontroller
> and this work well without trouble.

I have both flash magic and the phillips tool. They each seem to have
advantages & disadvantages.
Sometimes the Phillips tool has issues with the serial port
(open/close). It doesn't always seem to be repeatable. On the other
hand, if it is working, it seems a fair bit faster than flash magic.

(Of course if you have a new micro variant the Phillips tool doesn't
support then you have to use flash magic or the open source lpc2isp.)

Cheers,
Bruce

An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Hello ARM experts,

Do you know any products/cell phones/PDA/or ?? using
ARM1136 ?

Thanks,

Joseph
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I believe this was covered recently.

Take a look for iMX31 products such as LogicPD's (Freescale's) iMX31 kit and
at www.buglabs.net. I'm sure it's in a lot of phones too.

-- Paul.

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> Subject: [lpc2000] Devices using ARM1136
>
> Hello ARM experts,
>
> Do you know any products/cell phones/PDA/or ?? using
> ARM1136 ?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Joseph
>
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Am Dienstag 12 Februar 2008 02:01 schrieb Joseph Chan:
> Hello ARM experts,
>
> Do you know any products/cell phones/PDA/or ?? using
> ARM1136 ?

See
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_architecture
at "ARM11", e.g. Microsoft Zune.

Most common silicon implementation is Freescale i.MX31:
http://www.freescale.com/imx31
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