Sleep-on-Exit for Automated Low Power in Cortex-M3 (Explained)

Sleep-on-exit is a feature in Cortex-M3 processors that allows the processor to automatically enter a low power sleep mode when

Eileen David 23 Min Read

Understanding IDCODE values returned by Cortex debug ports

The IDCODE is a 32-bit code that provides details about the device, including the version, manufacturer, and part number. When

David Moore 8 Min Read

Cortex-M3 Memory Access Constraints with Caches and Shared Memory

The Cortex-M3 processor has advanced memory access capabilities through the use of caches and shared memory regions. However, these features

Holly Lindsey 6 Min Read

What is Instrumentation Trace Macrocell (ITM) in Arm Cortex-M?

The Instrumentation Trace Macrocell (ITM) is a tracing and debugging feature in Arm Cortex-M series processors. It provides a way

David Moore 14 Min Read

Latest Arm

Resolving ld Library and Architecture Errors when Compiling for Cortex-M4

When compiling code for the ARM Cortex-M4 processor, you may encounter linker errors related to incompatible libraries or architecture mismatches.

David Moore 6 Min Read

ARM Cross-Compilation Tips

Cross-compiling for ARM can seem daunting at first, but with the right tools and techniques, it can be straightforward and

Eileen David 9 Min Read

Memory Map Regions and Access Behavior in Cortex-M3

The Cortex-M3 memory map is divided into several regions, each with specific access behaviors. The Code region stores program instructions

Graham Kruk 12 Min Read

Cortex-M3 Memory Region Shareability and Cache Policies (Explained)

The Cortex-M3 memory system allows configuring memory regions to be shareable or non-shareable between processors. It also allows configuring cache

Scott Allen 9 Min Read

What is the difference between ARM Cortex-A55 and A76?

The ARM Cortex-A55 and Cortex-A76 are two of ARM's most popular CPU cores used in mobile devices. The Cortex-A55 is

Eileen David 6 Min Read

Is ARM Cortex A76 good?

The ARM Cortex-A76 is generally considered to be a very good mobile CPU core. It offers excellent performance and efficiency

Andrew Irwin 14 Min Read

What is the difference between Cortex-A76 and A77?

The ARM Cortex-A76 and Cortex-A77 are two of ARM's most advanced high-performance CPU cores designed for mobile, computing, and infrastructure

Andrew Irwin 9 Min Read

Using the CortexA76 Cryptographic Extension

The CortexA76 processor from ARM includes a dedicated cryptographic extension for accelerating cryptographic operations. This extension provides significant performance improvements

Neil Salmon 11 Min Read

Security features of The Arm Cortex-A76 (Explained)

The Arm Cortex-A76 is a high-performance CPU core designed for mobile, embedded and infrastructure applications. It offers several security features

Neil Salmon 10 Min Read
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