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Differences in Qorivva MPC57xx e200zx core

Posted: 10 Dec 2013 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Freescale? Qorivva? MPC57xx? e200zx? wafer processing?

Freescale's Qorivva MPC57xx devices are automotive microcontrollers (MCU) based on the Power Architecture core. This generation is manufactured in a 55 nm wafer processing flow (c55). Previous generations of devices were manufactured in larger geometry technologies.

In addition to being manufactured in a smaller technology, the e200zx cores used in the c55 devices have been updated for higher speeds, lower power, and better die size utilisation (equating to lower cost for the core itself). Many features of the cores are selectable by the definition requirements of the individual devices that use these cores. This document outlines major differences in the e200zx cores based on the options selected for devices in the MPC57xx family. While it lists the differences and gives a basic summary of the feature, this document does not fully explain the feature in detail. The core reference manuals should be consulted for additional information.

View the PDF document for more information.

Originally published by Freescale Semiconductor at as "Qorivva MPC57xx e200zx Core Differences".

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