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    How to convert from dmips to mips ?

    how can i convert from dmips to mips

    for example
    1.56 dmips/mhz

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    Re: dmips

    You cant simply convert from DMIPS to MIPS. Former depends on more conditions like instruction set (e.g. RISC), number of bits per instruction etc.

    A good discussion you can find at
    http://www.microchip.com/forums/m327421.aspx

    A more detailed calculation is at
    http://www.microchip.com/forums/tm.a...page=1&#325463

    Hope it is OK for you.

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    dmips

    thank's
    I can not find a final solution ?



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    dmips

    I can not find a final solution ?
    why do you post if you aren't going to read the answers hakeen provided to you?



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    dmips

    Mips is architecture dependent, DMIPs supposed to be architecture independent.
    Both are utterly useless when you want to determine whether a special device will provide enough performance to execute a given task. to be fair though, MIPS are even a little bit more useless than DMIPs.
    Use a small program that represents an important part of your task and execute that one on an evaluation board. That's the way to go.
    For ARM or 51 and I am sure for many other devices too, there are simulators that can provide a good approximation.

    hth, Bob



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