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Experience about current SOC, MCU, MPU, DSP in Market

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Hi all, people who are using latest SOC that are available on the market, can you please tell about your experience :idea: in it if you r using one or made study of one, this will be very helpful for others :)
 

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Experience about current SOC in Market

Ok people atleast :? talk about some MCU(Microcontroller) or MPU(Microprocessor) or DSP(Digital Signal Processor) you used and felt Good or Bad :roll:
 

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i have used mgt5200. and have seen alot of problems during ohci debugging. Infact you can not debug your code after ohci is initialized.
 

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thanks for your message, may be its helpfull for a user who thought of using that or similar one, what does "ohci" means?
 

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ohci = open host controller interface.

it is usb full/low speed host controller standard.
 

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You mean to say after the os is loaded in to the target and it initializes the USB you cannot access (debug) via USB? . Similar thing i have experienced while i used SBC-6711 board from Innovative integration, you have to find a way around :!: for debugging there will always be some restriction in each and every product :)
 

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