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ST ARM versus Atmel ARM?

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by John-Smith, May 18, 2014.

  1. John-Smith

    David Brown Guest

    Some of the Kinetis parts have floating point, some don't. As far as I
    can see, all the Kinetis at 120 MHz and above have floating point, while
    those at 100 MHz and below do not. In particular, the MK60FN1M0VLQ12
    linked above has hardware floating point - that's what the "F" after the
    MK60 means.
    David Brown, May 22, 2014
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  2. Op Tue, 20 May 2014 22:42:34 +0200 schreef John-Smith
    That sounds pretty horrible, but typical of the time. Nowadays multiple
    digits are collected in integers and then converted one word at a time.
    Boudewijn Dijkstra, May 22, 2014
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    Randy Yates Guest

    Right. This looks like a damn fine part to me - I recently recommended
    it in a proposal. It is cheaper than than TI's Sitara AM335x and has
    Randy Yates, May 22, 2014
  4. John-Smith

    Randy Yates Guest

    Doh! Sorry. It is cheaper than TI's Tiva TM4C1294NCPDT.
    Randy Yates, May 22, 2014
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    langwadt Guest

    Den onsdag den 21. maj 2014 18.28.33 UTC+2 skrev Ulf Samuelsson:
    afaict all of the stm32f4xx/stm32f3xx family have FPU, regardless of whether they call them M4 or M4F

    digikey has plenty of stm32f4xx upto 2MB

    langwadt, May 22, 2014
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