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 ARM® Developers' Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ARM processors are native 32-bit designs, but also incorporate the 16-bit Thumb instruction set which enables software to be coded as shorter 16-bit instructions.
ARM JTEK software is required to activate and use the Jazelle hardware component, without which the core will not exhibit any Java hardware acceleration.
ARM’s microprocessor cores are rapidly becoming a volume RISC standard in such markets as portable communications, hand-held computing, multimedia, digital consumer and embedded solutions.
arm.convergencepromotions.com /catalog/395.htm   (634 words)

 ARM architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ARM CPUs are found in all corners of consumer electronics, from portable devices (PDAs, mobile phones, media players, handheld gaming units, and calculators) to computer peripherals (hard drives, desktop routers).
The ARM design was started in 1983 as a development project at Acorn Computers Ltd.
In 1994, Acorn used the ARM 610 as the main CPU in their RiscPC computers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ARM_architecture   (2451 words)

 Amazon.ca: ARM System-on-Chip Architecture: Books: Steve Furber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The ARM is at the heart of this trend, leading the way in system-on-chip (SoC) development and becoming the processor core of choice for many embedded applications.
ARM System-on-Chip Architecture introduces the concepts and methodologies employed in designing a system-on-chip based around a microprocessor core, and in designing the core itself.
For example, while the ARM can be coded for in a way similar to the popular x86 line, doing so can lead to very poor code.
www.amazon.ca /System-Chip-Architecture-Steve-Furber/dp/0201675196   (956 words)

 ARM Technical Tidbits   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Backwards compatibility: subsequent versions of the ARM architecture are capable of running code written for an earlier version of the architecture.
ARM automatically saves the current Program Counter (PC) into a banked register at the beginning of exception processing, and then loads the PC with the exception vector.
ARM Ltd. provides a set of Application Notes that provide programming examples and additional information.
www.go-ecs.com /arm/armtek1.htm   (1383 words)

 LinuxElectrons - ARM Discloses Technical Details and Partner Support for ARMv7 Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ARM is working with key members of the ARM® Connected Community to ensure broad support for the ARMv7 architecture.
The new ARM Cortex™ processor family is ARMv7 architecture-compliant and extends the range of size and performance points from less than 33k gates for the ARM Cortex-M series, to high performance cores for the ARM Cortex-A series.
Using the ARMv7 architecture, ARM can strengthen its position as a low-power/performance leader while conquering new markets to carry its cores up in high performance and down in the low-cost high-volume domain of the microcontroller.
www.linuxelectrons.com /article.php/2005030707084718   (921 words)

 The ARM Instruction Set Architecture
All ARMv7 architecture profiles implement Thumb® -2 technology which is built on the foundation of the ARM industry-leading Thumb code compression technology, while retaining complete code compatibility with existing ARM solutions.
The ARMv7 architecture also includes the NEON™ technology extensions to increase DSP and media processing throughput by up to 400 percent, and offers improved floating point support to address the needs of next generation 3D graphics and games physics, as well as traditional embedded control applications.
ARM NEON technology is an architecture option with the ARMv7A architecture and is designed to address the demands of next generation high-performance, media intense, low power mobile handheld devices.
www.arm.com /products/CPUs/architecture.html   (1278 words)

 ARM System-on-Chip Architecture, 2nd Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Readers are assumed to be familiar with computer architecture and logic design at the second-year undergraduate level of a computer science or computer engineering major, but no prior experience with the ARM brand processor.
For the remainder of the 1980s the ARM was quietly developed to underpin Acorns desktop products which form the basis of educational computing in the UK; over the1990s, in the care of ARM Limited, the ARM has sprung onto the world stage and has established a market-leading position in high-performance low-power and low-cost embedded applications.
Chapter 2 describes the ARM processor architecture in terms of the concepts introduced in the previous chapter, and Chapter 3 is a gentle introduction to user-level assembly language programming and could be used in first year undergraduate teaching for this purpose.
www.booksmatter.com /b0201675196.htm   (1998 words)

 Intel and ARM Finalize Architecture Roadmap Licensing Agreement
ARM processors range in performance from 60 MHz (54 MIPS) to 175 MHz (200 MIPS), extending to 300 MHz (400+ MIPS) for processor cores currently in development.
The ARM architecture is well supported by industry-leading semiconductor companies, systems companies, real-time operating system providers, third-party toolchain developers, application software providers and ARM design centers.
ARM's microprocessor cores are rapidly becoming the volume RISC standard in such markets as portable communications, hand-held computing, multi-media digital consumer and embedded solutions.
www.us.design-reuse.com /news/news2007.html   (724 words)

 Powell's Books - Arm Architecture Reference Manual 2ND Edition by David Seal
This wide applicability is made possible by the ARM architecture, resulting in optimal system solutions at the crossroads of high performance, low power consumption and low cost.
David Seal is one of the chief instruction set architects working for ARM, and has worked with the ARM architecture since it was first developed in 1984-85.
He received a BA in Mathematics from Cambridge University, England, and is the holder of several patents relating to the ARM architecture.
www.powells.com /cgi-bin/biblio?inkey=62-0201737191-0   (238 words)

 Machine SUIF Back-end for the ARM Architecture
The ARM architecture is the most widespread architecture in the embedded market.
In addition to the target library (i.e., the library that describes the architecture and allows to generate and manipulate code for a given architecture) some optimisation passes have been developed that are designed to improve performance by taking advantage of advanced architectural features.
Generating ARM code is simply done by passing the argument -target_lib arm to the do_gen pass.
lapwww.epfl.ch /dev/machsuif/arm_backend   (628 words)

 ARM Architecture Support for Operating Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The ARM documentation doesn't use the term indirect addressing, but in documentation for other hardware types this would be called an indirect jump (or branch) instruction.
Early versions of the ARM had a 26-bit address space, so any address with a 1 in one of the upper 6 bits would be invalid, and would generate an exception.
When set it indicates the ARM is using the "Thumb" (get it?) instruction set, which encodes a subset of normal ARM instructions in 16-bit instruction codes, for applications where a smaller memory is used to reduce the cost of a device.
www-edlab.cs.umass.edu /cs201/ARMandOS.html   (848 words)

 GNU Toolchain for ARM FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The GNU/Linux toolchains default to the ARM V5T architecture.
The ABI for the ARM Architecture is a standard developed by ARM and its partners (including CodeSourcery) that explains how compilers, assemblers, linkers, and other similar tools should generate object files and executable files.
Tools that correctly implement the ABI for the ARM Architecture can interoperate; i.e., objects files built with one toolchain can be combined with object files built with another toolchain if both compilers use the ABI for the ARM Architecture.
www.codesourcery.com /gnu_toolchains/arm/faq.html   (2487 words)

 ARM unveils multi-processor core with Linux SMP support
ARM says its new "MPCore" multiprocessor core can be configured to contain between one and four processors delivering up to 2600 Dhrystone MIPS of aggregate performance, based on clock rates between 335 and 550 MHz.
ARM's processor cores are used by numerous chip manufacturers to develop specialized system-on-chip processors.
Currently, ARM processors -- which include Intel's XScale processors -- appear to be the most popular processor architectures for new embedded Linux based designs.
www.linuxdevices.com /news/NS3610443018.html   (842 words)

 ARM Architecture Documentation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
DISCLAIMER: This documentation is derived from the cgen cpu description of this architecture, and does not represent official documentation of the chip maker.
A `machine' is the specification of a variant of the architecture, and a `model' is the implementation of that specification.
This documentation was machine generated from the cgen cpu description files for this architecture.
sources.redhat.com /cgen/gen-doc/arm-arm.html   (286 words)

 ARM Architecture Overview
The ARM architecture is one of the world's most widely available 32-bit microprocessors architecture and is an important part of modern System-On-Chip (SoC) designs.
The Intel XScale implementation of the ARM v5TE architecture is supported with the Tantino for Intel XScale JTAG debugger.
Tantino for ARM7-9 is the replacement of the Tantino for ARM which is discontinued.
www.hitex.com /con_arm_architecture_overview.html   (344 words)

 ARM System Architecture books
Provides an overview of the ARM processor family, enabling the reader to decide which ARM is best for the job in hand
ARM System-on-Chip Architecture is an essential handbook for system-on-chip designers using ARM processor cores and engineers working with the ARM.
This work is designed to be a solid academic text and professional reference, introducing computer architecture concepts and using the ARM chip to illustrate the points.
www.pdasupport.com /ARM_architecture.htm   (392 words)

 Amazon.com: Arm System Architecture: Books: Stephen B. Furber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Describes the design of the ARM and shows how to design and program embedded system based around ARM processor cores.
If you're looking to learn about the ARM system architecture, this is pretty much the only game in town.
It provides a good overview of many aspects of the architecture, however, it leaves out many key facts and in places confuses the simplest of issues.
www.amazon.com /Arm-System-Architecture-Stephen-Furber/dp/0201403528   (730 words)

 Marvell Announces First Family of High Performance Embedded Microprocessors Utilising the ARM Architecture | ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ARM quote - chart - all headlines - investor relations - analyst actions - add to watchlist - current ratings
ARM is a registered trademark of ARM Limited.
Korea Ltd.; ARM Taiwan; ARM France SAS; and ARM Belgium N.V..
www.newratings.com /analyst_news/article_487718.html   (1095 words)

 The Future ARM Architecture for Execution Environments: TS-7178, 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The continued growth of Java technology in consumer and embedded devices has lead to an incredible change in the Java platform on these devices.
ARM has been at the forefront of innovation in this area, working with partners to ensure the widest possible adoption of its architecture extension, Jazelle Technology, in a spectrum of consumer embedded devices.
In this session, ARM shares a glimpse into the future capabilities of mobile devices, and, for the first time, unveils details of its next generation support for Java technology, code-named Xenon.
developers.sun.com /learning/javaoneonline/2005/mobility/TS-7178.html   (198 words)

 ARM Architecture Reference Manual - PowerBookSearch!
SHORT DESCRIPTION: About the ARM Architecture The ARM architecture is the industry's leading 16/32-bit embedded RISC processor solution.
About the ARM Architecture The ARM architecture is the industry's leading 16/32-bit embedded RISC processor solution.
About the book This is the authoritative reference guide to the ARM RISC architecture.
www.powerbooksearch.com /booksearch0201737191.html   (468 words)

 DataRescue IDA Disassembler : ARM architecture page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
IDA Pro offers extensive support for the excellent ARM processor architecture : 32-bit modes and thumb mode are fully disassembled, in little and big endian mode are supported.
We support virtually any real world ARM file format, wether it is for the Symbian EPOC or the Windows CE architecture, binaries, rom and eproms.
ARM System-on-Chip Architecture : the latest book on the incredibly successful ARM architecture.
www.datarescue.com /idabase/idaarm710a.htm   (243 words)

 ARM Architecture C compiler and embedded software tools   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ARM Architecture C compiler and embedded software tools
HI-TECH C for ARM compiler currently provides support to version 4 and above instruction sets for both ARM and Thumb.
Note, HI-TECH C for ARM can also provide support to other devices.
www.htsoft.com /products/armccompiler.php   (352 words)

 EDN — 05.23.96 ARM architecture makes strong showing at Embedded Systems Conference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ARM architecture makes strong showing at Embedded Systems Conference
The processor architecture from Advanced RISC Machines (ARM) Ltd received a boost in third-party software support at the April Embedded Systems Conference in Boston.
The products will be available for ARM processors in the fourth quarter and will cost $16,500 for the first development seat of Tornado and $5000 for WindView.
www.edn.com /archives/1996/052396/11out7.htm   (388 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: ARM System-on-chip Architecture: Books: Stephen B. Furber   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ARM System-on-Chip ArchitectureSteve Furber The future of the computer and communications industries is converging on mobile information appliances phones, PDAs, laptops and other devices.
It not only provides a complete introduction to the ARM architectures and instruction set, but can also be used as a reference by anyone involved with, or using ARM microprocessors and SoC's.
For a graduate like myself, preparing to start work for ARM, it is proving invaluable.
www.amazon.co.uk /System-chip-Architecture-Stephen-Furber/dp/0201675196   (841 words)

 SimIt-ARM's Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
SimIt-ARM was developed to demonstrate the usefulness of the Operation State Machine (OSM) model and the Mescal Architecture Description Language MADL).
The ARM FPE instructions are emulated by the NetWinder FPE library, which reflects the real execution trace on a Linux based ARM platform.
For ARM, a soft-float enabled cross-gcc has better floating-point performance.
simit-arm.sourceforge.net   (342 words)

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