Slave serial controller compatible with the popular Philips® I2C standard. Permits an I2C Master to communicate with your ASIC device via a set of user-defined config and status registers. Supports standard (100 kbits/s), fast (400 kbits/s) and custom rates in excess of 4 Mbits/s.
I2C slave communication via your ASIC
Inter-chip board-level communications
Master serial controller compatible with the popular Philips® I2C standard. Features a simple command interface and permits multiple I2C slaves to be controlled directly from ASIC device. Supports standard (100 kbits/s), fast (400 kbits/s) and custom data rates well above 4 Mbits/s. Setup and hold-times on the SDA pin are fully configurable.
Inter-chip board-level communications
Standard 2-wire comms between a wide range of peripherals, MCUs and COTs ICs
UART compatible Serial Interface Controller with receive and transmit FIFOs and support for all standard bit rates from 9600 to 921600 baud.
RS232, RS422, RS485 etc.
The 8051 has gained great popularity since its introduction and is estimated it is
used in a large percentage of all embedded system products.
The basic form of 8051 core includes several on-chip peripherals, like timers and
counters, additionally there are 128 bytes of on-chip data memory and up to 4K bytes of
on-chip program memory.
The CPU Core is a 32-bit microprocessor. It has a 32-bit data path, a 32-bit register bank, and 32-bit memory interfaces. The processor has a Harvard architecture, which means that it has a separate instruction bus and data bus. This allows instructions and data accesses to take place at the same time, and as a result of this, the performance of the processor increases because data accesses do not affect the instruction pipeline.However, the instruction and data buses share the same memory space (a unified memory system). In other words, you cannot get 8 GB of memory space just because you have separate bus interfaces.
This IP is compact and low power 8-bit Time interleaved SAR analog-to-digital converter silicon IP.This ADC uses fully differential SAR architecture optimized for low power and small silicon area.
The USB PHY is an UTMI compatible USB2.0 device PHY IP which does not
require external oscillator reference. It is comprised of both USB1.1 and USB2.0
transceivers and it is also comprised of digital logic needed to convert USB serial
data to 8 or 16 bit parallel data.
HEART (High Efficient Accumulative Repairing Technical) is a built-in self-repair (BISR) mechanism which uses to recover errors detected after memory testing and to improve yield rate. This mechanism is implemented with spare memories and a built-in redundancy analyze (BIRA) logics which is designed to allocate the redundancy. It needs a storable device (eFuse, OTP or registers) to store testing results after analysis.
We provides an efficient accumulative repairing solution to combine advantages of soft BISR mechanism and hard BISR mechanism for improving yield rate.
HEART can efficient repair faulty SRAM after using BRAINS. SoCs can mantain correctness of functions and avoid fatal error of system reault in SRAM's defect through SRAM's repairing technical.
HEART is SRAM accumulative repairing technical, and it combines advantages of Soft-repair and Hard-repair. HEART supports internal registers of SoCs and external storages of SoCs to record SRAM's faulty information. Once SoCs have new SRAM's defect after using them for a long time, users can repeated repair SRAM's defect through HEART. In addtion, HEART also support "On-Demad" testing and repairing requirement. It means that users can enable system registers of SoCs or signal of HEART to test and repair SRAM at one when SoCs have fatal error situations.