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Peter Clarke
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re: Bristol Calling: Project looks to re-RISC the ARM
Peter Clarke   6/20/2013 6:34:38 AM
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Thanks Worth pointing out that the ARM in question is the free version, Amber, which is ARMv2a compatible. That is a very early version of the ISA that predates Thumb I beleive.

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re: Bristol Calling: Project looks to re-RISC the ARM
Tobias Strauch, EDAptix   6/19/2013 5:55:55 PM
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Hi, you guys might want to have a look at a "16 ARM cores running at 250MHz on a 16€ FPGA" in an Arduino environment project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g52jveGLFUA Cheers, Tobias

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