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Five things to keep in mind when selecting a mobile SoC

Posted: 18 Dec 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SoC processor  SoC design  embedded systems 

The advantages of SoC processors are not limited to mainstream consumer applications. These processors can pay sizable dividends in embedded applications of all sorts. The key is understanding which SoC processor is appropriate for your embedded device and giving thought early on to the best way to integrate it.

SoC applications processors are designed to integrate a large number of peripherals with the processor core. These processors, which are typically built around a RISC core, provide memory management units and other features required by Windows CE, Linux, and other embedded operating systems.

With all the peripherals supported by SoC processors, there exists a great deal of complexity in building a platform around it. Here are five things to consider when selecting SoC processors for your embedded systems.

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