The 6809 Microprocessor IP Core is a software compatible 6809 microprocessor implemented in VHDL using a stuctured and synchronous design methodology.
This flexible 6809 8-bit microprocessor can be used for low to mid range applications and is easily integrated into any ASIC or FPGA technologies. The 6809 8-bit microprocessor is designed that application specific performance enhancements (e.g., high-speed multiplier) can be integrated too.
The simulation environment is VHDL based and simulates the synthesizable VHDL code of the iniCPU. This functional VHDL testbench reading Motorola S-Records from a file can be used for performance check, software verification or to get used to the functionality.
A demonstration board is available which shows the functionality of the 6809 8-bit microprocessor in a hard ware testbed. For this purpose, the microprocessor is implemented into an Actel FPGA.
- Flexible 8bit Micro Controller Solution for Low to Mid Range Applications
- 6809 Software Compatible
- Save Operation, Illegal Opcode Recognition
- 3rd party C-Compiler, Assembler
- Address Expansion Circuit (Page Mode)
- External Interfaces for S/D RAM, IO etc.
- Hardware Debugging Circuits
- Fully Synchronous, 100% Technology Independent Design
- Performance at 40MHz with 25ns RAM:
- Peak: 10 Mips
- 8 by 8 unsigned mul: 3.3 Mips
- Demoboard Available...
- The 'System-on-Silicon' approach with iniCPU 'on board' enables powerful features such as:
- Extended Memory
- Software download at start-up
- Interfaces to serial EEPROM or cheap DRAM
- DMA with any target and optimized communication with customized functions like filter algorithms and other cores like UART, CAN, HDLC, SPI.
- For special requirement, like fast interrupt response time, we enhance the iniCPU to your requirment.
- Demoboard avaliable
- Standard tools e.g. debugger, assembler and C compiler are available from third parties
- VHDL or Verilog RTL Source Code
- Functional Testbench
- Synthesys Script
- Data Sheet
- User Guide
- Hotline Support by means of phone, fax and e-mail
Block Diagram of the 8-bit Microprocessor