Fujitsu FR

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The Fujitsu FR (Fujitsu RISC) is a 32-bit RISC processor family.[1] New variants include a floating point unit and partly video input analog-to-digital converter and digital signal processor. It is supported by Softune, GNU Compiler Collection and other integrated development environments.


Fujitsu FR are used to control previous versions of Milbeaut signal processors specialized for image processing.[2][3] Although variants of the 6th generation in 2011 and later generations changed to dual-core ARM architecture, ASSP/ASIC variants with FR controller are continued. They are also used as processor cores inside versions 1 to 3 of the Nikon Expeed image processors (versions 3A and 4 have moved to ARM CPUs).[4]

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  • Embedded 32 Bit RISC Solutions from Fujitsu
  • 32 Bit Family Fujitsu
  • FR Family instruction manual (PDF). Fujitsu. 2007-12-28.
  • Green Hills Software Announces Software Development Solution for Fujitsu FR Family