Microcontroller comparison (Zilog (Features ( High performance, low…
High performance, low power Cortex-M3 Core
operating at up to 80 MHz
Up to 384 KB Flash memory options
Up to 16 KB SRAM options
Up to two 3-phase motor PWM with ADC triggering function
Up to three 16-channel 1.5 MSPS high-speed ADC with burst conversion function
32K bytes of In-System Programmable Flash Program memory with Read-While-Write capabilities
1024 bytes EEPROM
2K byte SRAM
32 general purpose I/O lines
JTAG interface for Boundary scan
On-chip Debugging support and programming
3 flexible Timer/Counters with compare modes
Internal and External Interrupts
Serial programmable USART
Byte oriented Two-wire Serial Interface ( I2C )
8-channel, 10-bit ADC
Programmable Watchdog Timer with Internal Oscillator
SPI serial port
It is a Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) controller. It has a high performance CPU of 32 bits and the pipelining is done through 3 stages.
The Thumb-2 technology has been integrated in these controllers, which means they can handle 16 bit as well as 32 bit instructions.
This technology also provides high performance in operations and executions.
It has low power modes. Sleep modes are also supported by it.
It has RISC (reduced instruction set computer) architecture.
It contain ROM (read only memory) of size 2M (megabytes).
It has On chip program (code) ROM (read only memory) in the form of flash memory.
It contain RAM (random access memory) between 256 bytes to 4096 bytes.
It has Data EEPROM (Electrical Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory).
It include Timers.
It has ADC (analog to digital converter).
It include USART PROTOCOL for PC communication.
It contains I/O port between 16 to 72 pins.
All I/O port register are bit accessible and port accessible both.
It include SPI PROTOCOL and I2C PROTOCOL for memory communication.