فروش انواع بوردهاي الکترونيکي و پردازشگرهاي صنعتي Strategic test و Avnet و Actel
The first ARM
processor developed specifically for implementation in FPGAs. ARM Cortex-M1
is available without license fees or royalties for use in Actel M1-enabled
FPGA families: IGLOO, ProASIC3, ProASIC3L, and Fusion devices.
The Actel CoreMP7 is a
soft IP version of the ARM7TDMI-S™ that is optimized for use in Actel M7
ProASIC3 flash-based and Fusion mixed-signal FPGAs. CoreMP7 is available with
no license fees or royalties—bringing ARM7 to the masses.
Core8051 is 8051 code
compatible so designers can take advantage of existing code to shorten their
design time. This free core is fast at one clock per instruction, and
includes the standard 8051 peripherals.
Core8051s is an
implementation of the 8051 with an APB interface added to the SFR space. The
free Core8051s executes one instruction per clock, is 8051 instruction
compatible, and works with existing 8051 tools.
Small Soft Micro
CoreABC is the
smallest and first RTL-programmable soft micro available for FPGAs. The free
controller can be implemented in as few as 241 tiles, and can be used in the
smallest Actel devices.
LEON3 Processor Core
LEON3 is a 32-bit
processor based on the SPARC V8 architecture, which is optimized for use in
Actel FPGAs. A fault-tolerant version of the LEON3 processor is available for
system critical applications.
On-Chip Bus Interface
Actel supplies a full
range of subsystem IP cores including: AMBA bus interfaces, memory
controllers, timers, and others. The subsystem IP connects to the processor
via the AMBA bus and is available for free in the Libero IDE Catalog and
Developed by ARM in collaboration with Actel, the 32-bit ARM
Cortex™-M1 processor is the first ARM processor designed for FPGA
implementation. With a balance between size and speed, the free Cortex-M1
processor operates at up to 60 MHz and can be implemented in as few as 4,353
tiles. A streamlined three-stage pipeline solution, the Cortex-M1 processor
runs a subset of the classic Thumb®-2 instruction set so existing Thumb code
can be utilized without change. The configurable Cortex-M1 processor connects
to the Advanced High Performance Bus (AHB), enabling designers to build their
subsystem and easily add peripheral functionality. In addition to SmartDesign,
CoreConsole, and SoftConsole from Actel and RealView® tools from ARM,
third-party vendors offer supporting tools—from compilers and debuggers to RTOS
Cortex-M1 is available for use in M1 flash family devices, which
have been made ARM-enabled for seamless use of the processor core. The devices
are based on the Actel nonvolatile flash IGLOO (M1AGL), ProASIC3 (M1A3P/M1A3PE),
ProASIC3L (M1A3PL), and Fusion (M1AFS) devices and have the following features.
Note: All v2.x releases of ARM Cortex-M1 on Actel M1
devices have one user-selectable configuration option—with or without debug. In
addition, they are pre-configured with 0K ITCM, 0K DTCM, small multiplier,
little-endian, no OS extensions, and one interrupt.
M1 IGLOO devices are reprogrammable, full-featured flash FPGAs designed to meet
the demanding power and area requirements of today's portable electronics.
Featuring Flash*Freeze technology and with operating voltages of
1.2 V / 1.5 V, these devices offer the industry's lowest power consumption. M1
IGLOO devices give designers a flexible system construction platform for
building portable products that offer maximum battery life. For more
information, visit the IGLOO web page.
M1 ProASIC3 devices, which are based on the third generation of Actel flash
FPGAs, provide a secure, low-power, live-at-power-up, single-chip solution.
They are reprogrammable and offer fast time-to-market benefits at an ASIC-level
unit cost. These features enable engineers to create high-performance,
high-density system applications with Cortex-M1 using existing FPGA design
flows and tools. For more information, visit the ProASIC3 web page.
M1 ProASIC3L devices, which are the based on the Actel ProASIC3 FPGAs, provide
a low power, high performance, and low cost solution with mixed voltage core
support. By incorporating the proven Flash*Freeze technology, instantaneous
switching (within 1 µs) from an active to a static state can be achieved. And,
designs will benefit from the 40% dynamic power savings with the 1.2 V core
operation. For more information, visit the ProASIC3L web page.
Fusion® is the world's first mixed-signal FPGAs. Fusion integrates a 12-bit
analog-to-digital converter, as many as 40 analog I/Os, up to 8 Mbits of flash
memory, and FPGA fabric all in a single device. When used in conjunction with a
soft processor such as Cortex-M1, Actel Fusion devices represent the definitive
soft MCU platform. For more information, visit the Fusion web page.
An important set of functional blocks required to use Cortex-M1 in
applications are the subsystem peripherals. The following IP cores, just to
name a few, are available for free in the Libero IDE Catalog and SmartDesign,
and can be used with Cortex-M1.
For a complete list of IP cores for use with Cortex-M1 that are
available in the Libero IDE Catalog and SmartDesign, visit the Actel
IP cores web page. Actel also offers software drivers for these cores that
ease the use of the cores for application developers, allowing them to focus on
a core's function and not its internal operation. The Firmware Catalog includes all of the available
drivers and is installed with Libero IDE or available as standalone.
For more information, visit the Libero IDE web page.
For more information, visit the SoftConsole web page.
For more information, visit the CoreConsole web page.
Strategic Test was established in the UK during 1994. The company
opened a subsidiary in Sweden in 1999 and decided to make this the head office
during 2000. In 2004 we celebrated our 10th anniversary and the opening of our
USA subsidiary, Strategic Test Corporation which is located in the Boston area.
We supply best-in-class PC instruments based on the standard PCI
Express, PCI, PXI and CompactPCI formats. The UltraFast products are sold
worldwide direct to the end-customer to ensure the best possible price (without
agent mark-up's) and the highest quality of technical support.
Strategic Test is unique in providing lifetime support and free
software updates for the UltraFast products to minimize cost of ownership.The
software updates also include future operating system drivers i.e. Windows 7.
Long-term availability is critical for OEM's and all of the products
are anticipated to be available for a minimum of 10 years.
In 2002, we created the Embedded Systems division (www.strategic-embedded.com)
and are known within this market as a world-leading specialist supplier of
low-power embedded single board computing based on the Marvell XScale PXA320,
PXA270 and PXA255 processors:
The company remains privately held by the original owners and has
enjoyed constant organic and profitable growth during the past 15 years.
We hope that the information contained in this website is
interesting, and that we may have the opportunity to serve you in the future.
Strategic Test’s products can be categorized by function and by form
factor. Each function is described as a specific instrument type, for example:
Waveform Digitizers, Arbitrary Waveform Generators, high-speed Digital I/O and
Digital Pattern Generators. Each of these instrument types is available in four
different form factors PCI Express, PCI-X and PCI, PXI and CompactPCI that we
will describe below.
PCI Express, usually abbreviated as PCI-E or PCIe,
is a personal computer expansion card interface format introduced by Intel in
2004. It was designed to replace the general purpose PCI expansion bus, the
high end PCI-X bus and the AGP graphics card interface. Unlike the PCI bus,
PCIe is structured around full duplex point-to-point serial links called
The PCI-X bus was developed jointly by IBM, HP, and Compaq to
supersede the PCI bus and submitted for approval in 1998. It was originally
designed for servers, as Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre Channel and Ultra3 SCSI cards
wereArbitrary Waveform generators too fast for the PCI bus.
3.3V and 5V TTL
50 Years of
Making History Cover, Introduction, & Index
Taking Technology To Market For 50 Years -- Happy 50th anniversary!
Documenting the breadth and span of our corporate history, this book celebrates
a proud heritage started by one family that has touched all parts of the modern
age of technology. We hope you enjoy reading this book as much as we enjoyed
putting it together for you.