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SmartFusion and SmartFusion 2 are Actel (Microsemi) FPGAs with a hard ARM core in the chip.

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What makes Smartfusion2 FPGA clamed as highly secure to ensure secure booting?

Is the FPGA Smatfusion2 claimed to be highly secure by its manufacturer (Microsemi, now Mircochip) because it is a non volatile memory FPGA? Meanwhile the SRAM FPGA like the zynq 7000 are considered ...
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Why is there a system controller and a microcontroller in the same FPGA?

I am starting to dig into the FPGA world. While exploring the FPGA SmartFusion2 architecture I found out that there is a microcontroller (ARM Cortex-M3) and at the same time a system controller. Why ...
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Interfacing Analog signal to FPGA?

Okey, let's try this again. The board I am working with is the Smartfusion2 (M2S010-FG484 package) Starter Kit. Link-> here. My main question is If I can interface an analog signal to a pin of the ...
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Combination of acceleration signals

have xA, yA, and zA acceleration signals collected from a smartphone and I call it: set A and I also have xB, yB, and zB same acceleration signals from smartwatch: let's call this set B. I need to ...
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SmartFusion debug problems

I am using an Actel SmartFusion system-on-a-chip, running a bare-board application that uses the MSS with SPI, ACE and GPIO. (I am developing in Libero IDE 11.1 and SoftConsole.) My program ...
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MicrosemiTools and C++

I've been trying to work with the Microsemi SmartFusion FPGA/MCU SOC boards and their "free" toolchain that includes an Eclipse-based "SoftConsole" IDE that appears to be based on the GNU C/C++ ...