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Where in Europe can I get ARM cpu?

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cameni

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orcad mpc852t

hi,
does anyone know where in EU is it possible to order a few pieces of ARM cpu with MMU (or any 32bit cpu with MMU)? I'd like to develop a small board capable of running Linux.
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Hi cameni,

I built many boards with Motorola PowerPC CPUs (MPC8xx). These have
a built-in MMU and are able to run Linux. These CPUs can be ordered in
small quantities by EBV electronic (www.ebv.com)

Bye
 

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If you want an ARM core, buy a development board from ARM http://www.arm.com/devtools/dev_boards?OpenDocument.

You can't buy a chip from ARM, only development board

Otherwise there are several manufacture of uC with ARM core
For example Samsung, look at http://www.arm.com/ARMPower/57ZEQU/$File/ARM_Microcontroller_Spreadsheet.xls
 

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hi mr_ghz,
how much does they costs in mean?

thx
Lollo
 

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Hi lollobrigido,

It depends what peripheral have to be implemented and which clock
frequency. The 'lowest cost' variant is the MPC852T with 10/100MBit
Ethernet, 3 serial lines (2 also capable for 10MBit Ethernet), Memory-
Controller, ... at a speed of 50MHz (=50 MIPS). It costs about 15US$
for 100Pcs. 1 Piece will cost about 25US$.
There also exist types with integrated LCD-Controller, more ports, ...

For Information about the chip --> look at motorola homepage
For pricing --> look at www.ebv.com, but these prices are normally
about 20% to high.

Bye
 

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Embeded linux

Could anybody post PCB files for ARM or Motorola 32bit MCU what will be capable of running linux? I see mr_ghz did many Motorola boards?
 

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Hi mike2002,

The board I built have much I/O's and peripherals. So I think they are not
as interresting for you. But it's possible to buy very small PowerPC-boards
(e.g. TQM860 and so on, try Google). Perhaps you have a chance to get
schematics and layout of such a board.

Bye
 

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Sometimes Motorola has put out schematic and layout/gerber files for Evaluation/Development Boards on the web.

I have downloaded Orcad layout and Gerber files for the MPC5249 Coldfire.

If you considering using MPC8xx remember that they are only available in BGA package.
 

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regarding chips arm offers full list of companies .
There are also chips were proting has been done for some OS's Intel's string arm
 

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Ther are couple of ARM's with flash eprom
those are good to use

Intels 26x 25 , atlmel chips
 

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I could not understand the name of the companies or of the chips.
Plz fix.
 

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