- Wide range of ARM processors in a hard silicon Test Chip
- Achieve faster CPU speed than an emulation system
The ARM® Versatile™ family is now discontinued and only available for a last time buy while stocks last. This range of development boards has been superseded by the Versatile™ Express family.
A CoreTile provides the ARM processor in a Versatile™ Emulation Baseboard development system. Several ARM processors are supported by the CoreTile format:
At the heart of each CoreTile is a Test Chip, which contains the ARM processor and a small amount of logic that is needed to interface the ARM core AMBA buses to the limited number of IO pins available on the board connectors.
CoreTiles cannot be used as standalone development boards because they must be supplied with power, JTAG, configuration signals and an AMBA memory system which is normally supplied by the Emulation Baseboard below.
Each CoreTile type may have different CPU and bus speeds, and features different quantities of L1 and L2 caches, Tightly Coupled Memory (TCM) and on-chip SRAM. Click on the 'Specifications' tab below for further information.
|Core Tile for||ARM11MPCore™||
|Manuals||User Guide||User Guide||User Guide||User Guide||User Guide|
|L1 cache I/D||32KB/32KB||16KB/16KB||16KB/16KB||16KB/16KB||32KB/32KB|
|TCM||None||16KB/16KB||64KB/64KB||2×256KB + 8KB||16KB/16KB|
|SRAM (On-chip)||None||2×64KB + 16KB||2×256KB + 16KB||None||None|
|Embedded Trace||None||ETM||ETM + ETB||ETM + ETB||ETM|