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The designer uses the MIG's GUI (Fig 4 ) to set system and memory parameters. After selecting the FPGA device and speed grade, for example, the designer may select the memory architecture and pick the actual memory device or module. The same GUI provides selection of the bus width and clock frequency and also offers the option to have more than one controller for multiple memory bus interfaces. Other advanced options provide control of the clocking method and pin assignments.

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The PPC405EZ uses a PowerPC 405 RISC CPU core with a 5-stage pipeline and 32Kbyte instruction and data caches. On-chip busing includes a 166MHz 64-bit Processor Local Bus (PLB) and 100MHz 32-bit On-chip Peripheral Bus (OPB). The 100MHz 16/32-bit external bus provides bus arbitration for multi-master sharedRAM system designs. The 32KB SRAM on-chip memory (OCM) stores critical instructions and data, providing fast access for processing- and data-intensive algorithms.

All on-chip DMAs, as well as all other slave devices, including the external bus, can access this OCM. External memories supported include SRAM, PSRAMs, CRAMs, ROM, NOR and NAND Flash, as well as SPI-or I2C-based NVRAMs. Indeed, it is possible to build a complete high performance embedded solution with just the PPC405EZ's on-chip 32KB SRAM plus one NVRAM device (NOR, NAND, SPI, or I2C). Systems ranging from simple to multi-master configurations can bebuilt.

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The PPC405EZ uses a PowerPC 405 RISC CPU core with a 5-stage pipeline and 32Kbyte instruction and data caches. On-chip busing includes a 166MHz 64-bit Processor Local Bus (PLB) and 100MHz 32-bit On-chip Peripheral Bus (OPB). The 100MHz 16/32-bit external bus provides bus arbitration for multi-master sharedRAM system designs. The 32KB SRAM on-chip memory (OCM) stores critical instructions and data, providing fast access for processing- and data-intensive algorithms.

All on-chip DMAs, as well as all other slave devices, including the external bus, can access this OCM. External memories supported include SRAM, PSRAMs, CRAMs, ROM, NOR and NAND Flash, as well as SPI-or I2C-based NVRAMs. Indeed, it is possible to build a complete high performance embedded solution with just the PPC405EZ's on-chip 32KB SRAM plus one NVRAM device (NOR, NAND, SPI, or I2C). Systems ranging from simple to multi-master configurations can bebuilt.

While it’s certainly possible to create a state machine directly in the source code for the purpose of triggering on an event, the Identify editor automates this process by providing a menu-based method. Moreover, a manual solution would require that the logic be manually adjusted and new trigger nodes specified during instrumentation for each trigger adjustment and then re-synthesizing.

Table 5. Encoding Standard Benchmarks

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The PPC405EZ uses a PowerPC 405 RISC CPU core with a 5-stage pipeline and 32Kbyte instruction and data caches. On-chip busing includes a 166MHz 64-bit Processor Local Bus (PLB) and 100MHz 32-bit On-chip Peripheral Bus (OPB). The 100MHz 16/32-bit external bus provides bus arbitration for multi-master sharedRAM system designs. The 32KB SRAM on-chip memory (OCM) stores critical instructions and data, providing fast access for processing- and data-intensive algorithms.

All on-chip DMAs, as well as all other slave devices, including the external bus, can access this OCM. External memories supported include SRAM, PSRAMs, CRAMs, ROM, NOR and NAND Flash, as well as SPI-or I2C-based NVRAMs. Indeed, it is possible to build a complete high performance embedded solution with just the PPC405EZ's on-chip 32KB SRAM plus one NVRAM device (NOR, NAND, SPI, or I2C). Systems ranging from simple to multi-master configurations can bebuilt.

While it’s certainly possible to create a state machine directly in the source code for the purpose of triggering on an event, the Identify editor automates this process by providing a menu-based method. Moreover, a manual solution would require that the logic be manually adjusted and new trigger nodes specified during instrumentation for each trigger adjustment and then re-synthesizing.

All on-chip DMAs, as well as all other slave devices, including the external bus, can access this OCM. External memories supported include SRAM, PSRAMs, CRAMs, ROM, NOR and NAND Flash, as well as SPI-or I2C-based NVRAMs. Indeed, it is possible to build a complete high performance embedded solution with just the PPC405EZ's on-chip 32KB SRAM plus one NVRAM device (NOR, NAND, SPI, or I2C). Systems ranging from simple to multi-master configurations can bebuilt.

While it’s certainly possible to create a state machine directly in the source code for the purpose of triggering on an event, the Identify editor automates this process by providing a menu-based method. Moreover, a manual solution would require that the logic be manually adjusted and new trigger nodes specified during instrumentation for each trigger adjustment and then re-synthesizing.

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While it’s certainly possible to create a state machine directly in the source code for the purpose of triggering on an event, the Identify editor automates this process by providing a menu-based method. Moreover, a manual solution would require that the logic be manually adjusted and new trigger nodes specified during instrumentation for each trigger adjustment and then re-synthesizing.

Table 5. Encoding Standard Benchmarks

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