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  Motorola ColdFire 5307 | Linux Journal
The heart of the unit is the Motorola ColdFire CPU, a specialized embedded CPU delivering exceptional computing performance at a low cost.
The ColdFire is a descendant of the popular Motorola 68000 processor family.
ColdFire processors are 32-bit devices, but one point of concern is that they do not have any virtual memory support.
www.linuxjournal.com /article/4642   (2135 words)

 Motorola Media Center - Press Releases
ColdFire processors are used in a wide range of applications from set-top boxes to routers to MP3 players and fingerprint recognition systems.
Plans for devices based on the Version 5 ColdFire core are expected to be announced in the second half of 2003.
MOTOROLA, ColdFire and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office.
www.motorola.com /mediacenter/news/detail/0,1958,1895_1555_23,00.html   (0 words)

  University of Waterloo Coldfire Resource
The Coldfire discussion list is an invaluable resource and now there you can search the archives.
Rolf Hemmerling's Coldfire web page is no longer mirrored but you can access it at: Rolf's web page.
This pointer has an excellent description of what is different about the Coldfire when compared to a 68000.
sca.uwaterloo.ca /coldfire   (281 words)

  PDA Encyclopedia - Motorola 68000
The Motorola 68000 is a CISC microprocessor, the first member of a successful family of microprocessors, which were all mostly software compatible.
Motorola ceased production of the 68000 in 2000, although derivatives, notably the CPU32 family, continue in production.
The Motorola 68901 had a number of severe defects, including the ability to lose the highest-priority interrupt if it and the clock interrupt happened within some window of each other.
www.pdasupport.com /PDAencyclopediaMotorola68000.htm   (1984 words)

 FreeRTOS - Motorola/Freescale ColdFire Port with Ethernet drivers for the MCF523x
The Motorola ColdFire port was originally created by Jimmie Alam and Brian Birtles as a project while studying at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Technology, Sydney.
In addition you should verify that the Coldfire uses the single stack model (not switch between USP and SSP) which is the default for this platform.
FreeModbus is a portable Modbus ASCII/RTU and TCP implementation and the Coldfire platform is a first class target.
www.freertos.org /portcoldfire.html   (0 words)

 Newsroom - uCdimm
The uCdimm ColdFire 5282 is fourth product in a family of module based embedded hardware and software devices that dramatically reduce the development cycle for OEMs, helping to get their product to market faster.
The uCdimm ColdFire 5282 is based on the innovative Motorola MCF5282 ColdFire RISC processor and includes 16MB SDRAM, 4 or 8 MB of NOR flash, 100BaseT Ethernet Controller and a CAN 2.0 bus controller to enable the connectivity of other CAN devices.
Motorola's Design Alliance program is a worldwide network of qualified third-party developers and tools vendors working with Motorola's embedded solutions.
www.ucdimm.com /News/2004/20040212-MCF5282.shtml   (602 words)

 [ Hemmerling ] Coldfire
CF Flasher, a flash utility for the Coldfire evaluation boards, running on Win98 / W2K, to be used with the BDM cable.
AmigaColdfire" - community for the development of the CPU "Motorola Coldfire V4 (5407)" on the Amiga platform.
Although the COLDFIRE board itself is running with +5 Volt, the power for the lines -5 Volt, +12 Volt and -12 Volt of the ISA-BUS slot must be fed by the power connector J2.
hemmerling.free.fr /html/en/coldfire.html   (1849 words)

In re lation to its predecessor, the ColdFire ISA produces object images that are considerably smaller than 68000 object images, but not as compact as objects targeted for the 68040.
Register-to-register instructions are executed in a single pipeline cycle with the operands fetched during the OC (Operand Fetch Cycle) phase of the OEP pipeline, and the actual execution is performed in the EX (execute) phase of the OEP pipeline.
The ColdFire ISA is not a pure load/store architecture, so there are numerous compound instructions that combine a load operation with some type of arithmetic or logical operation.
www.byte.com /art/9505/sec13/art1.htm   (1564 words)

  Motorola Coldfire Encyclopedia Information @ Karr.net (Karr Network)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The ColdFire instruction set is "assembly source" compatible (by means of translation software available from the vendor) and not entirely object code compatible with the 68000.
Newer models of ColdFire are compatible enough with 68k processors that it is now possible to create binary compatible Amiga clones.
The Debian project is currently working on making its m68k port compatible with the ColdFires[1], as there are ColdFires models that are much faster than the 68060.
encyclopedia.localcolorart.com /encyclopedia/Motorola_Coldfire   (509 words)

 EETimes.com - Floating point unit added to Coldfire with enhanced core
Motorola is gradually weaning its customers away from the venerable 68000 family, which continues to ship in very high volumes.
Motorola claims the performance advantages are considerable, with image processing improved by 1.4 to 1.9 times, depending on the size and nature of the image being processed.
The Coldfire architecture has included a MAC module for several years, and the redesigned MAC for the version 4e is more efficient, particularly for complex fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithms.
www.eetimes.com /story/OEG20001017S0041   (1059 words)

 ESM - Motorola revamps ColdFire line with two-fold performance boost
Building on the 20-year legacy of Motorola's 68000 family of processors, the 54xx ColdFire devices will deliver at least twice the performance previously available with a ColdFire device, said Wendell Smith, 68K/ColdFire marketing and applications manager at SPS in Austin, Texas.
Motorola is hoping to leverage its large installed base of embedded processors into these growing consumer and communications markets by targeting the 54xx family specifically at distribution customers, Smith said.
Motorola's fourth-generation ColdFire family uses a Harvard memory architecture for limited superscalar execution via instruction folding, enabling most instructions to be executed in one cycle, said Mireille Mazzaschi, technical marketer at TI.
www.my-esm.com /printableArticle.jhtml?articleID=2907460   (444 words)

 Motorola Cold Fire Encyclopedia Information @ Karr.net (Karr Network)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Freescale ColdFire is a 68k architecture microprocessor manufactured for embedded systems development by Freescale Semiconductor (formerly the semiconductor sector of Motorola).
When compared to classic 68k hardware, the instruction set differs mainly in that it no longer has support for the Binary Coded Decimal, or BCD packed data format; it removes a number of other, less used instructions; and most instructions that are kept support fewer addressing modes.
They can be clocked as high as 300MHz, as compared to the 60MHz of a 68060 (the fastest "real" m68k processor) without overclocking.
www.greatartworks.com /encyclopedia/Motorola_ColdFire   (580 words)

 Motorola, Digi-Media Vision sign pact - product development agreement to develop digital set-top box chips - Company ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Motorola last week at the same time unveiled the MCF5267 microprocessor for less customized DSTB applications, a chip which is also based on the existing MCF5206.
Motorola also introduced two modules last week which integrate the entire DSTB front-end: the MC92390 for digital cable and the MC92391 for direct broadcast by satellite (DBS) applications.
Using a technology Motorola refers to as a Direct Conversion Receiver (DCR), together with a digital demodulator and forward error correction (FEC), the devices are designed to take an RF input and output an MPEG-2 transport stream to the remainder of the system.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0EKF/is_n2122_v42/ai_18433172   (622 words)

The Version Four (V4) ColdFire core provides 2.5x the performance of the Version 3 core, delivering over 200 MIPS, while still maintaining the low-cost methodology that is the hallmark of the ColdFire architecture.
In the global marketplace, Motorola also is one of the leading providers of wireless communications, advanced electronic systems, components and services.
Motorola and ColdFire are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. Any other trade names, trademarks and registered trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners.
bwrc.eecs.berkeley.edu /CIC/embed/announce/coldfireV4.annc.html   (767 words)

 Chipdir   (Site not responding. Last check: )
From: Jaap van Ganswijk <ganswijk@xs4all.nl> To: chipdir-L, 6805, 6811 Subject: About the Coldfire Hi, Grant Beattie and I had a little discussion about what the Coldfire was: 68000 or PowerPC and if it is a processor or a controller.
When you look on page: www.mot.com/SPS/HPESD/prod/coldfire/ the hype is that the 'ColdFire represents a revolutionary variable-length RISC architecture that is designed to meet the requirements of the embedded consumer market.' But also: 'ColdFire's creation sprung from the 68K architecture.' The source code at: www.mot.com/SPS/HPESD/aesop/cf/gen/fft_s.txt clearly shows that it uses 68000 source code indeed.
I couldn't find any of the Coldfire devices in the price guide at: www.mot-sps.com/cgi-bin/pg but finding something at the Motorola WWW site(s!) has never been easy and must probably be seen as an 'interesting' challenge for the overworked engineer...
www.xs4all.nl /~ganswijk/chipdir/fam/coldfire   (437 words)

 Motorola Offers Free Soft Modem Reference Design
The third in a series of application-specific reference designs based on Motorola's ColdFire architecture, the soft modem reference design includes schematics, an applications note and source code available FREE for download to appropriately registered users from the Motorola web site.
About ColdFire Integrated Microprocessors The variable-length RISC ColdFire architecture is designed to give Motorola customers greater flexibility to lower memory and system costs.
ColdFire cores combine the architectural simplicity of conventional 32-bit RISC with memory-saving, variable-length instruction sets.
www.hometoys.com /releases/jan03/motorola_09.htm   (806 words)

 Free embedded tools for the Motorola Coldfire - Dataweek
The port for the Coldfire processor is actively maintained by Greg Ungerer from Lineo (www.lineo.com).
The Coldfire is actively supported by a mailing list, which includes contributions from technical staff at Motorola, the maintainers of the GNU tools, ucLinux developers and many other people actively developing Coldfire-based applications.
If you would like to know more, Motorola in association with Openfuel (www.openfuel.com), University of Cape Town and Dataweek will be hosting a practical seminar in mid September during which a web browser will be implemented on a Coldfire processor using only free GNU tools.
www.dataweek.co.za /article.asp?pklArticleID=1433&pklIssueID=422&pklCategoryID=31   (1286 words)

 WCET Determination Sample: Analyzing the ColdFire 5307
   The ColdFire family of microcontrollers is the successor of the well known M68k architecture of Motorola.
The ColdFire 5307 is an implementation of the Version 3 ColdFire architecture.
   The WCET system for the Motorola ColdFire MCF5307 processor was designed according to the requirements of AIRBUS France for validating the timing behavior of critical avionics software.
www.timing-validation.com /wcet/coldfire.htm   (252 words)

 HTINews Release
Millions of Motorola's ColdFire devices are already in use in just these types of applications and we're seeing more and more new applications due to its flexibility, integration and performance," said Franz Fink, general manager of Motorola's 32-Bit Embedded Controller Division.
Motorola offers evaluation boards and software to help ease customers' development efforts and reduce time to market.
Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT) is a global leader in providing integrated communications and embedded electronic solutions.
www.hometoys.com /releases/mar02/motorola01.htm   (1100 words)

 Motorola Coldfire - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Motorola Coldfire is a 68k architecture microprocessor manufactured for embedded systems development by Motorola (now Freescale Semiconductor).
The Coldfire instruction set is "assembly source" compatible (by means of translation software available from the vendor) and not entirely object code compatible with the 68000.
Presumably this results in a simpler and lower cost instruction decoder.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Coldfire   (111 words)

 REB 1200 for Dummies - Hardware
Trust me, it was frustrating when I was first bringing up the OS on the 1200 and had to rely on an external Logic Analyzer and a fairly expensive "clip" just to see the code flow.
It's best to think of the Coldfire in the 1200 as a 68040, that's really the way it works for almost all purposes (code wise).
The Coldfire does not have an MMU (it uses an ACU instead), so it's not possible to run Linux without doing some significant work.
www.chromakinetics.com /REB1200/hardware.htm   (1890 words)

 Motorola - Motorola Gets Good
Motorola will supply $1.6 billion worth of mobile phones to a Chinese distributor, executives from the companies said Monday.
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Motorola Inc is hoping to put a standards underpinning beneath its ColdFire embedded RISC processor efforts (CI No 2,534), and has announced a software standards committee for Coldfire embedded applications, with 12 tools developers, to promote interoperability among Coldfire-based development tools.
The committee and its proposed Coldfire Embedded Application Binary Interface is also meant to enable the development of interoperable software for Coldfire-based applications.
ColdFire was developed through the High Performance Embedded Systems division of Motorola's Semiconductor Group and uses the machine language syntax of the Motorola MC68000 embedded processor.
www.cbronline.com /article_cg.asp?guid=D4DE46E0-75FC-4006-9121-3F88969DB8B1   (376 words)

 CyberGuard: Premium Firewall / VPN Appliances   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Motorola MCF5249 CPU, which uses a V2 ColdFire processor core, is a highly integrated microprocessor with on-chip audio and IDE controllers which mean lower development costs and shorter time-to-market.
The processor was designed to enable fewer system components and, with low system power requirements, allows the design of products with longer battery life.
Motorola's 32-Bit Embedded Controller Application Manager, David Seymour, stated "The MCF5249 is entering the market at a time when a convergence between home audio electronics and computer technologies is taking place.
www.cyberguard.info /snapgear/tb20020501.html   (319 words)

 Hardware - Arcturus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The uCdimm ColdFire 5282 is compact, easily integrated embedded hardware module designed to help product developers get their product to market fast.
The uCdimm is based on the Motorola ColdFire RISC MCF5282 and includes RAM, Flash, Ethernet and CAN bus support making it suitable for various applications in the networking, industrial control and home automation space.
To expedite development work, the uCdimm ColdFire 5282 is offered in kit form with a highly functional development platform called the Arcturus uCevolution.
www.uclinux.com /coldfire5282.shtml   (326 words)

 TransDimension and Arcturus Networks Team Up to Provide Total USB Support for Motorola ColdFire 5272 Business Wire - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Arcturus brings to the relationship their highly extensible, royalty-free uClinux operating system and uCdimm hardware based on the Motorola ColdFire MCF5272 microprocessor.
"Motorola is pleased to have the support of companies like these because the USB On-The-Go solution enables our customers to use the innovative ColdFire MCF5272 in a host of ground-breaking applications," said Dr. Kevin Klein, 32-bit marketing manager, Motorola.
The Arcturus uCdimm ColdFire 5272 development kit is currently available through Arcturus sales for $1,495.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2002_Sept_10/ai_91275536   (696 words)

 Green Hills - Coldfire Support Press Release
"As Motorola's platinum partner for several years now, we are pleased to continue our support for their newest product line, the ColdFire microprocessor family," stated Dan O'Dowd, president of Green Hills Software.
Based on the concept of variable-length RISC technology, ColdFire processors combine the architectural simplicity of conventional 32-bit fixed-length RISC with a memory-saving variable-length instruction set.
The Green Hills ColdFire software development package contains a Green Hills optimizing C, C++ or Fortran compiler, cross assembler/linker, and the MULTI Software Development Environment including a ROM monitor package for a Motorola ColdFire M5202AN, M5204AN, or M5206AN board.
www.ghs.com /news/archive/96sep_coldfire.html   (428 words)

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