Actel Corporation 
Part Number : Cortex-M1
Overview :
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 72 MHz and can be implemented in as few as 4,300 tiles. A streamlined three-stage solution, the Cortex-M1 processor runs a subset of the classic Thumb®-2 instruction set so existing Thumb code can be utilized without change.
Features : - Designed for FPGA implementation
- ARMv6-M instruction set architecture
- Can run ARM7 and ARM9 Thumb subroutines
- 3-stage, 32-bit pipeline
- Configurable nested vectored interrupt controller
- Separate memory and AHB-lite interfaces
- Embedded real-time debug and JTAG interface
- No license fees or royalties
- Implemented fully in the fabric
- All I/Os and signals are accessible to the user
- User programmed into the FPGA
- Seamless FPGA design and debug tool flow and integration
- Optimized for Actel M1 ProASIC3/E and Fusion devices
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Portability :
Type : Soft
S2C: FPGA Base prototyping- Download white paper

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