Get a Head Start on Development
A Soft Macrocell Model (SMM) is an FPGA version of an Arm processor built on a daughterboard that can be mounted on the V2M-P1 motherboard to form an off-the-shelf development system. It provides a fully functional, tested example of an Arm processor even if no hard silicon is available from a foundry.
Features and Benefits
Take advantage of Soft Macrocell Models of Cortex-R5 to accelerate development for this processor.
Complete your system by plugging additional LogicTile Express daughterboards directly into the SMM motherboard.
As no SDRAM is provided on the V2M-P1 motherboard, a SODIMM memory module is generally provided on the SMM.
SoC Software Development and Debug
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