Low-power 32-bit RISC microcontrollers featuring high-speed operation at 100 MHz and enhanced floating-point arithmetic
The TX19A/H1 Series of 32-bit RISC microcontrollers realizes approximately twice the processing speed of the TX19A Series, and offers enhanced floating-point arithmetic capability. These high-speed and low-power microcontrollers are ideal for digital consumer applications where increasingly high-performance and high-functionality products are being developed.
Features of TX19 Family
Processor Core Features
32-bit RISC architecture
Instruction set upward-compatible with MIPS I and MIPS II ISAs
TX19A/H1: Operating frequency = 100 MHz
32-bit multiply-accumulate (MAC) operations take only one clock cycle to execute.
Optimized 3-stage pipelining
Single-precision floating-point unit (FPU) (TX19A/H1)
Debug support unit (DSU)
Features suitable for embedded applications
Reduced code size due to 16-bit instructions
Object-code-compatible with the MIPS16 ASE
Code generation optimized for embedded applications
n-bit shift instructions, etc.
Increased real-time capability
Faster interrupt response, shadow registers for saving register contents, etc.
Low power consumption
Power-optimized design using low-power cell libraries
Various standby modes
NAND FLASH™ featuring low-power and high-speed program/erase
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