Yoav Lavi wrote:
When you start working with the PCI9610, the first thing to do is go to :
Currently you can find here the PCI9610 press release and some information about the Motorola MPC8260 development tools.
Later you would be able to find :
+ Data Book
+ Design notes
+ Development tools
+ RDK (Reference Design Kit)
+ SDK (Software dEvelopment Kit)
+ Third party models and software
+ Free software
+ FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Some of those documents are premium documents and require registration. Register ONCE and get a free access to all documents in the PLX web site.
PLX is the world leader in PCI I/F chips and it offers PCI I/F chips with a glue less I/F to the Motorola's PowerQUICC family :
PowerQUICC MPC850/860 and the PowerQUICC 2 MPC8260. Off course these chips also connect with a glue less I/F to the Intel i960 and various Power PC chips from IBM Motorola and others. RISC and DSP apps for Hitachi, NEC, IDT, TI and others are available too.
PCI9610 - a glue less 64b/66MHz I/F chip to PowerQUICC 2 - MPC8260
+ 64/32 bit - 66/33 MHz PCI V2.2 Bus master chip (Inc' VPD and power management)
+ PICMG V2.1 Compact PCI Hot swap friendly
+ I2O V1.5 ready messaging unit
+ Glue less I/F to the MPC8260 - Motorola PowerQUICC 2
+ Glue less I/F to MPC850/860 - Motorola PowerQUICC, Intel I960, IBM PPC603e, PLX IOP480
+ 4 independent DMA channels
+ Scatter / Gather DMA list management
+ PCI Initiator
+ Programable PCI Arbiter
+ Mailboxes, Dorbells, Interrupts
+ PCI Target support includes multiple address spaces, dynamic local bus width, read prefetching and Endian swapping
+ Adaptive FIFO architecture
+ JTAG Interface
+ 0.35 u technology
+ 3.3V core
+ 3.3V or 5V signaling
+ Low power
+ 328 PBGA (27mm X 27mm)
Good luck !
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At 11:56 16/02/99 +0100, you wrote:
>I was just wondering, if somebody could help me on this. I need to use a
>33 MHz (better 66MHz) Target/Master-Controller soon. Does someone have
>an overview over available ASIC's or cores in the market.
>Any help is welcome. I would really appreciate it.
>Ilmenauer Adresse ist noch in Arbeit ...
>Tel. 034603 / 21399
>Fax. 034603 / 21747
>Tel. 0172 / 9336 326
>Yoav Lavi Standard Products Sales ManagerAST 3 Hazan St Raanana 43563 IsraelTel: 972-9-7744278 Ext:308Cellular: 972-53-615090Fax: 972-9-7744499email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: http://www.ast.co.il _/_/ _/_/_/ _/_/_/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/_/ _/ _/_/_/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/ _/_/_/ _/