Some ARM cores like the ARM9 family of cores have a Harvard Architecture, at least at the cache level. That is they access two seperate caches, an I-cache for instructions and a D-cache for data ( ...
I have several questions about how I would design my own ARM-based CPU? How does one start with an ARM license and end up with a package ready to be soldered on to a board? What do I get from ARM ...
I was reading about System on Chip on wikipedia and I was wondering Is the iPhone an example of this? Is the system saved on a processor? How is the system actually put on the device? Thanks!
I want to select a DSP chip which I can use for some ECG/EMG signal processing. I am looking for an evaluation kit. The input signals are already in digital format (taken from phsionet.org). I am also ...