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Comparing four 32-bit soft processor cores

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mgpanpan
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re: Comparing four 32-bit soft processor cores
mgpanpan   12/30/2012 6:14:51 AM
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Thanks!Recently I want to learn about the or1200 architecture, thank you for the information!

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re: Comparing four 32-bit soft processor cores
markh86   5/10/2012 6:45:28 AM
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It would have been very interesting to see a comparison with a commercial offering such as the ARM Cortex-M1 core as well, but this gives a great introduction. Many thanks.

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