StrongARM** SA-1100 Multimedia Development Board with Companion SA-1101 Development Board User's Guide
The SA-1100 microprocessor provides a true convergence machine for the appliance, telephony,
and embedded computer market segments. The SA-1100 is a low-cost general-purpose
microcomputer with a wide variety of I/O, performance optimizations, caching, and a flexible
memory controller. All of these features enable it to input, manipulate, and output media streams.
The SA-1100 is a 32-bit RISC microprocessor with a 16 KB instruction cache, an 8 KB write-back
data cache, a minicache, a write buffer, a read buffer, and a memory-management unit (MMU)
combined in a single device. For more information about the SA-1100 device, see the SA-1100
Microprocessor Technical Reference Manual.
The SA-1101 companion device provides additional I/O connections for devices and peripherals,
including VGA graphics. These I/O functions enable complete systems to be built with very little
“glue” logic. In addition to a complete video subsystem, the SA-1101 includes a USB host
controller, extensive support for PCMCIA, two PS/2 ports and keypad support, a full-function
parallel port, and other I/O capabilities. For more information about the SA-1101 device, see the
StrongARM** SA-1101 Microprocessor Technical Reference Manual.
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