Tag Archives: ARM

Mmm—Raspberry Pi!

Having had great fun playing with Beagle ($125) and Panda ($175) boards, I was happily surprised when my backordered Raspberry Pi suddenly arrived a few days ago. At $35 for a tricked out, credit-card size single-board computer, it was too … Continue reading

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Dual Core AMP for Embedded MCU Applications

Symmetrical dual-core processors—using two identical cores—are hardly novel, in fact they’re a bit passé by now. And asymmetrical multicore processors (AMP)—usually combining a CPU and a DSP—have also been around for many years. What’s new is an AMP MCU that combines … Continue reading

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Designing With ARM—The Wrap-up

Last week I co-chaired an EE Times virtual conference Designing with ARM: Engineering an Optimal ARM-Based System along with Rich Nass. This was my first experience with the format, and I went into it skeptical but with an open mind. … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead to Designing with ARM

The next in the Virtual Conference series by EE Times–Designing with ARM: Engineer an Optimal ARM-Based System—is fast approaching (March 25). Anticipating a very good turnout, the show’s sponsors are preparing some important news and product announcements, some of which … Continue reading

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Intel Advances on Multiple Fronts Against ARM

If you’ve been developing embedded systems for a while, chances are you’re working with either an ARM or 8051 device, the latter being Intel’s bequest to embedded developers before abandoning them over 20 years ago for the more lucrative PC … Continue reading

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