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Based on guessing what you meant. You have been tasked with designing a Zynq design with the arm connected to a memory? If so just use the block design tool and add an arm and a memory, then use the auto connection feature to get those two parts to hook up. There will be a tab that allows you to modify the address map of the processor (changes t
One has a hard arm core, and the other doesnt but has more FPGA resources. The advantages come down to if you need an arm core or not...
Which arm do you really need? Sometimes it is better to use simple arm like arm7. It is really possible to have soft-core of arm7!!!
Hi all, I am designing a IP core/soft Microprocessor, arm based, RISC, 5 stage PIPELINE, CACHE, DSP, ALU, HAZARD CONTROLLER etc. Currently using Xilinx xc3s1200, after Implementation, it say maximum available frequency is only 20MHz. I wish it to reach 100MHz! What is the problem? What actually limit the clock? any idea?
Hello. I will be doing an introductory tutorial on "My First Nios II software Design". But I just need to get overview of the matter so that I can appreciate and be happy with what I am doing. So Wikipedia says "soft-core processor is a processor that can be wholly implemented by logic synthesis". I have heard about people using (...)
Sounds like yet another company releasing a development board yet this has a soft arm core to embedded in the FPGA. E Which company did you mean? Can you give us more details?
Do you Have it? Could you plaese upload it here? Hi, Yes I have it I have also the Cortex-M1 core .... When you download the tools from the ACTEL website you get it for free. The only thing you must have is silicon that is arm enabled from ACTEL otherwise you can't work with it.... ww
Hi All, I'm newbie. I need advice from all of you. What is the advantages and disadvanteges and diferences between NIOS and arm chips. Thanks in advance
If you're talking about 8051 derivatives then you'll never gonna get (uC)linux to run on it (o; It needs a 32 bit CPU with/without MMU. For small embedded Linux devices consider one of those many Coldfire/arm CPU's. Non-MMU support is already merged into the Linux-2.5.xx tree. Otherwise you may want to have a look at our opensource TCP/IP st
provides a streamlined methodology for arm licensees to customize, implement, verify, and characterize soft arm microprocessor cores to their chosen process technologies and produce highly accurate models of the processor for integration into a SoC by the end designer. arm licensees gain the predictability (...)