Sitara ARM Processor

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Sitara ARM MPU
Sitara ARM MPU within SDK.jpg
Marketed by Texas Instruments
Designed by ARM Holdings
Common manufacturer(s)
  • Texas Instruments
Max. CPU clock rate 450 MHz AM18x to 1 GHz AM37x
Instruction set ARMv7
Cores 1

The Sitara ARM Processor family, developed by Texas Instruments, features ARM Cortex-A8 and ARM9 technology to serve a broad base of applications. Development using Sitara Processors is supported by the open source Beagle community as well as Texas Instruments' open source development community.[1][2] The Sitara family can be used with peripherals and accelerators to drive down system cost and expand connectivity options.

Products featuring Sitara ARM[edit]

The Sitara family[edit]

Sitara ARM Processors available today include:

Model number Core DMIPs GPU Memory OS Features Applications Pricing Datasheet
AM18x[5] ARM9 up to 456 MHz Up to 410 N/A LPDDR1/DDR2 Linux/StarterWare/
WinCE
LCD Controller, SATA, Video In/Out, 10/100 Mbit/s EMAC, USB w/PHY Smart meter, Wi-Fi Router Starting at $4.55 (10K) http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/am1808.pdf
AM335x[6] ARM Cortex-A8 up to 1 GHz Up to 2000 SGX530 LPDDR1/DDR2/
DDR3/DDR3L
Linux/Android/
StarterWare/WinCE/
FreeBSD
LCD Controller, CAN, 10/100/1000 Mbit/s EMAC PND, Connected Home, Industrial Automation Starting at $7.50 (10K) http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/am3358.pdf
AM35x[7] ARM Cortex-A8 up to 600 MHz Up to 1200 SGX530 LPDDR1/DDR2 Linux/Android/
WinCE
Display Subsystem, Video In/Out, 10/100 Mbit/s EMAC, CAN, USB w/PHY IA, PLC, Infotainment Starting at $12.25 (10K) http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/am3517.pdf
AM37x[8] ARM Cortex-A8 up to 1 GHz Up to 2000 SGX530 LPDDR1 Linux/Android/
WinCE
Display Subsystem, Video In/Out, PoP packaging, USB, Lowest power PND, Ed. Tablet, PDT Starting at $12.25 (10K) http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/am3715.pdf

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BeagleBoard". BeagleBoard. 
  2. ^ "OpenLink". Texas Instruments. 
  3. ^ "Nest". Nest. 
  4. ^ "MOD/MOD Live". Recon Instruments. 
  5. ^ "AM18x". Texas Instruments. 
  6. ^ "AM335x". Texas Instruments. 
  7. ^ "AM35x". Texas Instruments. 
  8. ^ "AM37x". Texas Instruments. 

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