Browsing All posts tagged under »soc«

ZPUino open source processor

March 6, 2011

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ZPUino is a project that offers a microprocessor that can be put on FPGA, and that can be programmed with a simple IDE. Everything is open source: the toolchain, the IDE and the VHDL code; and it can be downloaded freely. The hardware architecture is based on the ZPU (Zylin CPU), which is a processor […]

The iPad A4 system on chip

January 30, 2010

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Information on the A4 chip inside the new Apple iPad

OpenRisc Verilog simulation of serial port communication

December 17, 2009

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An explanation of how to test an OpenRisc architecture with a hardware/software co-simulation; all the used tools are open source.

OpenRisc simulator runs Linux

December 6, 2009

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OpenCores is an organization owned by ORSoc that invests in open source hardware. Their site hosts many hardware projects that ship the source code (Hardware Description Language in this case) with the GNU Lesser General Public Licence. This allows the adoption of free Intellectual Properties (hardware blocks) in any hardware design, being it proprietary (closed-source) […]

Links for 2009-06-16

June 16, 2009

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Paradigm Works Distributes ReleaseWorks As Free, Open Source Software via Design And Reuse Socle Adopts Platform Core Compiler to Accelerate Customer SoC Design via Design And Reuse Opera Unite reinvents the Web (Opera Press Room) via Techmeme

Links for 2009-06-09

June 9, 2009

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[$] Linux Kernel Design Patterns – Part 1 via LWN.net The idea of “design patterns” came from the field of Architecture, but have been used for software development, particularly object-oriented programming, for many years as well. When the visibility of these patterns is raised, so that more developers know and understand them, better quality code […]