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Migrating within the MPC560xB/C/D MCU family

Posted: 17 Oct 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:automotive microcontrollers? SoC?

The 32bit MPC560xB/C/D automotive microcontrollers are a family of SoC devices suited for the development of the next generation of central vehicle body controller, smart junction box, front module, peripheral body, door control, and seat control applications.

Jointly developed by Freescale Semiconductor and STMicroelectronics, the MPC560xB/C/D car body family is a series of automotive microcontrollers based on the Power Architecture Book E, and are designed specifically for embedded automotive applications. The MPC560xB/C/D family is a highly scalable and compatible family of devices. However, designing an application that can be easily ported across different members of this family requires knowledge of their specific features and of any significant differences between them.

This document focuses specifically on migrating applications between two sets of products among the following family:
? MPC5604B: For sales type MPC5604B/C, MPC5603B/C, and MPC5062B/C
? MPC5607B: For sales type MPC5607B, MPC5606B, and MPC5605B

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by Freescale Semiconductor at www.freescale.com as "Migration and Device Emulation within the MPC560xB/C/D Family".





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