Discover how to get DSP+MCU performance from one Cortex-M4-based processor
With 150 MHz performance and advanced DSP instructions, NXP’s Cortex-M4 based LPC4300 series combines excellent signal processing performance with all the benefits of a microcontroller including integrated interrupt control, low power modes, low cost debug and ease of use. By taking advantage of NXP’s asymmetrical dual-core Cortex-M0 subsystem, developers can offload many of the data movement and I/O handling duties that can drain the bandwidth of the Cortex-M4 core. NXP’s unique configurable peripherals such as the State Configurable Timer and Serial GPIO also offload processor bandwidth while providing maximum I/O flexibility to the developer.
Attendees will learn about:
- ARM Cortex-M4 digital signal processing (DSP) and floating-point capabilities
- NXP’s optimized memory architecture to support Cortex-M4 performance
- NXP’s industry first Cortex-M0 subsystem processor
- Advances in embedded tools to support asymmetrical dual-core architectures
- NXP’s unique configurable peripherals
Ian Morris, Sr. Applications Engineer, NXP Semiconductor
Ian Morris has 15 years of experience in embedded hardware and software design. As a Senior Applications Engineer in NXP’s microcontroller product line, Ian works closely with customers’ technical personnel in high-performance microcontroller based designs. Prior to joining NXP, Ian spent five years with Jennic assisting customers in the development and deployment of products using low power wireless technologies such as Zigbee. Ian holds a B Eng in Electrical Engineering from the Sheffield Hallam University and a MS Computer Science from University of Hertfordshire, UK.
Gordon Cooper, Product Marketing Manager, NXP Semiconductor
Gordon Cooper is the product marketing manager for NXP’s digital signal controllers and high performance microcontrollers. He has close to twenty years of experience in embedded digital signal processing design, applications support and management. Prior to joining NXP, Gordon spent 16 years at Analog Devices, Inc. in roles including Sr. Product Line Manager for Embedded Software, Director of Field Applications Engineers, and Director of Training & Development for Worldwide Sales. Gordon retired as a Major with the U.S. Army Reserves where he served as a Public Affairs Officer. He holds a BSEE from Clarkson University
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