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Designing SOCs with Configured Cores by Steve Leibson

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Chapter 7. The Diamond Standard Series 108Mini Processor Core

Mini Me, you complete me.

—Mike Meyers as Dr. Evil

The Diamond Standard Series 108Mini processor core is the smallest of the Diamond Standard Series processor cores. The processor consumes less than one half mm2 of silicon and approximately 110 μW/MHz when implemented in a 130 nm, G-type (general-purpose) process technology. Although the 108Mini processor core is physically small, it’s still a full-featured, 32-bit RISC processor that can run any program compiled by the Diamond Edition XCC C/C++ compiler and it can run real-time operating systems (RTOSs) such as the Nucleus Plus RTOS from Accelerated Technology.

The Diamond 108Mini is well suited to roles previously assigned to 8-and ...

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