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32-Bit MCU-Core

A "Supplier Specific" core refers to a type of MCU core that is designed by a specific manufacturer, and has a unique architecture. These are in contrast to "ARM", "MIPS", or "8051" cores which are available from multiple suppliers. Evaluation and demonstration tools, as well as software are all MCU core and manufacturer specific. 


MCU-Core - 32-Bit

  • Analog Devices
  • Atmel
  • Cypress Semiconductor
  • Freescale Semiconductor
  • Microchip Technology
  • Parallax
  • Renesas Technology
  • Silicon Laboratories
  • STMicroelectronics
  • Texas Instruments
  • Toshiba
  • XMOS
Analog Devices

ADuC7000

ADuC7000

Analog Devices’ ARM7TDMI based ADuC7000 MCU series combines precision analog functions, such as high resolution ADCs and DACs, a voltage reference, temperature sensor, and up to 126KB flash memory.


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Atmel

AVR32

AVR32

The AVR32 32-bit RISC processor core is designed to do more processing per clock cycle so the same throughput can be achieved at a lower clock frequency using substantially less power consumption.


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AT91SAM

AT91SAM

Atmel’s ARM based AT91SAM families are designed for system control, wired & wireless connectivity, user interface management, low power and ease of use. With variations providing up to 200+ MIPs performance, the series offers an optimal peripheral mix.


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Cypress Semiconductor

PSoC

Cypress PSoC 4

PSoC 4 and PSoC 5LP are Cypress's ARM-based PSoC platforms.  PSoC 4 features the low-power Cortex-M0 core, and PSoC 5LP the powerful Cortex-M3 core.  Both offer PSoC's unique programmable mixed-signal hardware IP, resulting in the industry's most flexible and scalable low-power 32-bit mixed-signal architecture.  Use PSoC 4 and PSoC 5LP with PSoC Creator to create unique designs, shorten development schedules, and accelerate your time-to-market.

 


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Freescale Semiconductor

Coldfire

Coldfire

Composed of the V1, V2, V3, V4, V4e, and V5 core types, the Coldfire MCUs offer up to 333MHz performance and 512KB Flash memory. With up to 128KB RAM, the Coldfire also provides a wide selection of peripherals. The small, highly integrated ColdFire microprocessors are 100 percent synthesizable so they are easily adaptable to new process technologies and easily integrated with memories, system modules and communications peripherals.


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CPU32

CPU32

The CPU32 is the first generation instruction processing module of the M68300 family, and is based on the industry standard MC68000 processor. Microcontrollers based on the CPU32 core operate at 16MHz, 20MHz, and 25MHz. The series is ROM-less and is offered in a 144-LQFP and 132-QFP.


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MCore

MCore

The MCore architecture is targeted for high performance and cost sensitive embedded control applications, with particular emphasis on reduced system power consumption, making the MMC2001 suitable for battery operated products. Based on 32-bit RISC, 16-bit instructions, the MCore MCUs are offered with 256kB program memory, up to 72 I/O pins, 33MHz operation, and with either Flash or ROM.


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PowerPC™

PowerPC™

S12 familyOriginally designed for personal computers, PowerPC CPUs have since become popular in embedded and high-performance processors. With a floating point unit (FPU), burst buffer controller (BBC), and improved interrupt controller , PowerPC based MCUs offer up to 2MB program memory, 64KB RAM, and 101 I/O pins. While most PowerPC parts are classified as microprocessors, a few have onboard peripherals and program memory and are categorized as microcontrollers.


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Microchip Technology

PIC32

PIC32

Based on a MIPs core processor, the PIC32 builds on Microchip’s 8 and 16-Bit PIC microcontrollers and delivers 32-Bit performance with more memory (up to 512KB) for more complex embedded designs. Microchip offers a full set of development tools, code examples, USB, graphics, TCP/IP, and File System software all available with free source code.


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Parallax

Propeller

Propeller

Parallax's Propeller microcontrollers feature eight 32-Bit processors (referred to as COGs) in one chip. Programmed in both the high level Spin™ language, and low-level Propeller Assembly language, the series is recommended for designers/developers with previous microcontroller experience. These devices also feature 20 MIPs performance at 80MHz, and 32KB of RAM.


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Renesas Technology

RX600

RX600

RX600 series microcontrollers are MCU/DSP hybrids:  Digital Signal Controllers.  They provide both superb MCU performance and powerful signal-processing capabilities, bolstered by the industry's fastest embedded Flash memory - all while achieving very low power consumption.  These versatile and economical MCUs are scalable for many applications and are supported by a rich ecosystem offering development tools and middleware


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RX200

RX200

The RX200 Flash MCUs bring new levels of capability and performance to ultra-low-power, low-voltage embedded-system applications.  Based on the fast 32-bit RX CPU core, the RX200 delivers more performance on far less power than other MCUs. operate over wide voltage ranges, and offer huge power savings in standby.  A wide set of peripherals are available, including communication, ADC and support for the IEC60730 appliance safety standard.


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SuperH

SuperH

The first 32-bit SuperH RISC device was introduced in 1993. In the years since, this popular product line has continuously grown and steadily evolved. Today it encompasses ten major product families, with more in development. The MCUs in the SH-1, SH-2, SH2-DSP, and SH-2A series for general-purpose embedded systems offer CPU performance up to 480 MIPS and have reliable, high-capacity flash memory that is easy to use and simplifies system designs. The MCUs in the SH-3, SH3-DSP, SH-4, and SH-4A series for specialized applications, deliver performance levels up to 1080 MIPS and provide on-chip peripherals tailored for applications in automotive, mobile, and PC/AV markets, among others.


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Silicon Laboratories

Precision32™

Silicon Labs Precision32The Precision32™ family offers a full lineup of footprint compatible ARM® Cortex™-M3 based MCU devices ranging in Flash size from 32-256 kB with industry-leading benefits in terms of low power, analog capabilities, configurability, rapid development and integration.  The SiM3U1xx family includes USB 2.0 to easily add USB to your embedded designs.

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STMicroelectronics

STM32 (ARM® Cortex-M3™)

STM32

The STM32 family of 32-bit Flash Microcontrollers is based on the breakthrough ARM Cortex™-M3 core - a core specifically developed for embedded applications. With I/O pin counts to 112, the family also features Flash memory to 512KB and RAM to 64KB. Fast communications are also possible with high-speed serial connections through a 4Mbps UART, 18Mbps SPI, USB, and the ability to toggle the I/O pins at up to 18MHz.


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Texas Instruments

Sitara™

Sitara

Texas Instrument's Cortex-A8 Sitara™ microprocessors deliver up to 1GHz ARM performance while providing low power operation. The 1GHz Cortex-A8 with Neon co-processor, delivers up to 2000 DMIPs.  Sitara offers a nearly 40 percent increase in ARM performance, double the 3D graphics performance, and lowering power by up to 30 percent when compared to previous generations.


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C2000™

C2000

C2000 devices are 32-bit microcontrollers with high performance integrated peripherals designed for real-time control applications.  The C2000 devices are composed of the Piccolo™ Series, Delfino™ Floating-Point Series and 28x Fixed-Point Series.  Each series uses a central 32-bit CPU core, called C28x, coupled with a highly optimized peripheral and interrupt management bus.  Peripherals include enhanced PWM modules, up to 16 analog input channels with a 12-bit ADC, SPI, UART/SCI, CAN, I2C, LIN and more.


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Toshiba

TX03 Series

ARM Cortex-M3

Toshiba's TX03 Microcontroller Series is built around ARM® Cortex®-M3 CPU technology.  The ARM Cortex-M3 processing core offers high code density, efficient data RAM usage, fast interrupt handling and higher processing efficiency than ARM7 or ARM9 cores, and is strongly supported by many third-party tools and software suppliers.


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XMOS

XS1

XS1

The XS1 family of devices are general-purpose, flexible devices that are programmed using an embedded software flow.  They enable the integration of control code, signal processing and custom interfacing without compromise to cost and power requirements.  XS1 devices are available in a wide range of package, performance and on-chip resource options.


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Microcontroller Suppliers - 32-Bit MCU-Core