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Infineon TriCore Family of Microcontrollers

32-bit TriCore-based next generation microcontroller

Highlights

  • Unified, single-core, 32-bit microcontroller + DSP
  • Optimized for real-time embedded systems
  • Scalable performance, memory, and peripheral choices
  • Re-programmable with on-chip flash in various sizes
  • Compact packaging

Description

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The TriCore family of 32-bit microcontrollers offers a wide range of products scalable in performance, memory, and peripherals. This makes it easy to find the controller that best fits to your application needs.

The TriCore is the first unified, single-core, 32-bit microcontroller-DSP architecture optimized for real-time embedded systems. The TriCore(TM) Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) combines the real-time capability of a microcontroller, the computational power of a DSP, and the high performance for price features of a RISC load and store architecture, in a compact reprogrammable core.

The TriCore family of 32-bit microcontrollers is supported through the TASKING integrated development environment from Altium, and Embedded Coder from MathWorks. These products enable users to design their algorithms graphically in Simulink, generate production quality ANSI-C code with Embedded Coder, compile and link for execution on a TriCore processor with the TASKING tools, and perform processor-in-the-loop (PIL) testing on real or simulated hardware with Embedded Coder.

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Infineon Technologies

Am Campeon 1-12
Neubiberg, 85579
GERMANY
Tel: +49-89-234-65555
Fax: +49-89-234 955 3431
www.infineon.com

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Support

  • E-mail
  • Telephone

Product Type

  • Embedded Hardware - MCU, DSP, FPGA

Tasks

  • Control Systems
  • Embedded Systems
  • Real-Time Systems
  • Digital Signal Processing

Industries

  • Automotive
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Industrial Automation and Machinery
  • Semiconductor