[U-Boot-Users] Reg. porting to pT-110 (ARM7TDMI??)

Jeff Mock jeff at mock.com
Fri Nov 10 16:35:35 CET 2006

I know a bit about the picoturbo core, I'm pretty sure that is a
regulation v4 implementation of the ARM architecture.  It should be
equivalent to the "TDMI" type of ARM processor like the ARM7TDMI.

I thought picoturbo signed over all of the pt-1xx assets over to ARM as
part of the patent lawsuit resolution and ARM killed the design?  What
is this board you have?  Is it something old or did the picoturbo
designs come back to life?


Joe Steeve wrote:
> Hello.,
> I'm trying to port the u-boot to a SigmaDesigns board. The board has a
> pT-110 based core. I know it is an ARM core., but not sure which version
>  of the ARM. Google did not help much as the PicoTurbo (the original
> makers of pT-110) is out of business.
> If anyone has worked on a related core., can you please confirm whether
> this is an ARM7TDMI compatible core?
> And., any known issues on porting the u-boot to that processor?
> Thanks
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