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The meanings of ‘TDMI-S’, ‘JZF-S’ and ‘T2F-S’
Software programs can be written at different levels of abstraction, from low level ‘assembly code’ where each written instruction typically maps onto one corresponding opcode, up to high-level languages where the written program source code needs to be processed by a compiler, which typically converts each written instruction into a whole sequence of opcodes. The original ARM instruction set consists of bit opcodes. Therefore, the binary pattern for each possible operation is four bytes long.
To improve code density, a new, smaller instruction set called ‘Thumb’ was developed, implementing the more commonly used parts of the ARM instruction set but encoding these in a bit or 2-byte pattern or occasionally, a adm of such opcodes.
This instruction set architecture is called ARMv4T. The debug extensions provide the mechanism by which normal operation of the processor can be suspended for debug, including the adm signal ports to trigger this behavior. For example, this could be a signal to allow a breakpoint to be indicated and a signal to allow an external debug request to be indicated.
Enhanced relative to earlier ARM cores 32×8 Multiplier block. Modern ARM processors are generally capable of calculating at least a bit product in a single cycle, although some of the smallest Cortex-M processors provide an implementation tdim of a faster single-cycle or a smaller 32 agm bit multiplier block.
The EmbeddedICE macrocell consists of on-chip logic to support debug operations. In the ARM7TDMI-S processor, this includes two tdim breakpoint and data watchpoint comparators, an Abort status register, and a debug communications channel to pass data between the target and the host. The EmbeddedICE interacts with the debug extensions, for example to signal a halt to the processor when a breakpoint is met.
ARM7TDMI without the “-S” extension was initially designed as a hard macro, meaning that the physical design at the transistor layout level was done by ARM, and licensees took this fixed physical block and placed it into their chip designs. This was the prevalent design methodology at the time.
Subsequently, demand increased for a more flexible and configurable solution, so ARM moved towards delivering processor designs as a behavioral description at the ‘register transfer level’ RTL written in a hardware description language HDLtypically Verilog HDL. The process of converting this behavioral description into a physical network of logic gates is called ‘synthesis’, and several major EDA companies sell automated synthesis tools for this purpose.
Processor designs newer than the ARM9TDMI generally provide basic or upgraded versions of all the features represented by this suffix, but the suffix itself was dropped from the names so that these features are implied rather than explicit in the naming scheme. This allowed more distinctive features to be represented in the suffixes of ARM11 processor names without the name suffixes becoming too cumbersome.
Supports an extended set of DSP-related functions, such as saturating arithmetic and Single Instruction Multiple Data SIMD vector-style instructions, for example adding two bit registers as four parallel 8-bit additions rather than a single bit addition.
Native execution of some Java bytecodes without requiring translation into the ARM or Thumb instruction sets.
ARM7 – Wikipedia
Extends the original Thumb instruction set by adding more double-opcode instructions, to enable a complete system to be implemented using only Thumb instruction mode. Zrm is based on separating memory and resources into Secure and Non-secure worlds, and providing a tightly controlled procedure for transitioning between the Non-secure and Secure security states. Subsequent to the ARM11 family, this entire naming scheme was retired and replaced with the three profiles A – Application, Ar, – Real-time and M – Microcontroller of the ‘Cortex’ processor family.
ARM processors support one or more instruction sets. Contains Debug extensions The debug extensions provide the mechanism by which normal operation of the processor can be suspended for debug, including the srm signal ports to trigger this behavior. Enhanced DSP instruction set support Supports an extended set of DSP-related functions, such as saturating arithmetic and Single Instruction Multiple Data SIMD vector-style instructions, for example adding two bit registers as four parallel 8-bit additions rather than a single bit addition.
Java bytecode execution support Native execution of some Java bytecodes without requiring translation into the ARM or Thumb instruction sets. Hardware floating-point support The processor includes an extended instruction set to process floating-point arithmetic.
Supports tfmi Thumb-2 technology extension Extends the original Thumb instruction set by adding more double-opcode instructions, to enable a complete system to be implemented using only Thumb instruction mode.
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