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Thread: Looking For Cheap Embedded Platform
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At 07:58 PM 4/5/2009, solarwind wrote:
>On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 6:55 PM, William "Chops" Westfield
><EraseMEwestfwspammac.com> wrote:
> >
> > On Apr 5, 2009, at 2:44 PM, solarwind wrote:
> >
> >> AVR32 can run Linux? That's amazing. Why can't the PIC32 do this?
> >
> > No external memory bus for attaching the vast amounts of RAM (by
> > "microcontroller standards" that linux needs.)
>So are the AVR32s more expensive than PIC32s? And how are they in
>terms of power consumption? I know that ARMs take the most power out
>of the 3. So do they take more or less power than the PIC32s in

Just remember that ARM cores in micros cover a VAST range. ARM7tdmi
cores can be very low power, as can some ARM9's, but not all. ARM11's
of course are a bit on the hungry side, but then they start to rival
Pentiums in capacity.

ARM-Cortex (A8, A3, M0, M1, M3) all have specific feature mixes. The
PIC32 at the moment, with no Ethernet or CAN interfaces probably
compares with low end ARM7tdmi based products and is comparable in
power consumption.

AVR32UC3A and AVR32UC3B are comparable in cost to PIC32's in volume.


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