[ECOS] ARM7 port
Tue Nov 5 18:26:00 GMT 2002
> There's quite a few ARM7 ports. Perhaps a bit more info about the
> part, like if it's actually something like a ARM720T, whether it has an
> MMU, etc.
> But if you want a quick answer, the e7t port is a pretty clean port to
> start from.
The ARM7 device does not have an MMU. It has a UART, an ethernet MAC, and a
half-dozen other peripherals. The ARM9 device, I'm told, looks exactly like
an ARM925T. For those who are interested, we are looking at the dual-core
devices from TI, the "547x" (an ARM7 and a '54x core) and the "OMAP" (an
ARM9 and a '55x core).
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