Introduction to the Philips’ LPC 2100 ARM 7-based microcontroller – the first standard microcontroller to integrate ARM-7 – and the first to use Philips’ new Memory Acceleration Module
Trevor martin gives a developers view of Philips LPC 2100 ARM 7-based microcontroller the first standard microcontroller to integrate ARM-7 and the first to use Philips new Memory Acceleration Module.
Since its inception the ARM7 core has primarily been available as an IP core for incorporation into custom System on chip designs. With the launch of the LPC2106 the first member of the LPC2100 family Philips has introduced a standard chip featuring the 32-bit ARM7 processor on chip FLASH and SRAM with a range of general purpose peripherals in low pin count packages. However this on it own does not necessarily make a successful microcontroller, as always the devil is in the detail and this article will look at some of the key features of the LPC2100 family that help to successfully integrate the ARM7 CPU into a standard microcontroller architecture.
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