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September 20, 2005, 12:37 pm
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Re: SoC embedded FPGA
Altera has Excalibur, which has an ARM 922T.
But it is not recommended for new products.
Or you can look at Actel solution.
It doesn't have a hard ARM core (not fixed/implemented).
But their tool insert the ARM7 into the design for you.
Lattice provide an 8-bit open IP core (not an ARM) for their FPGA/CPLD.
It is a soft core (not fix implemented).
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