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Author: Itron Xtron (itron)
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Hi All ,
Why can we have in a circuit a processor (ARM ) besides an FPGA ? can we
have in an FPGA a processor ? i mean processor written in vhdl inside an
FPGA is that possible ?
Thanks in advance for your responses

Author: Duke Scarring (Guest)
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Yes it's possible.
Computer science departments on universitys around the world, which 
doing research on CPU architectures do that.

Duke

Author: Lattice User (Guest)
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Duke Scarring wrote:
> Yes it's possible.
> Computer science departments on universitys around the world, which
> doing research on CPU architectures do that.
>
> Duke

And then there is MicroBlaze, NIOS II, Mico32(LM32), ARM Cortex M1 and 
more, which are optimized for FPGA Implementation.

Author: René D. (Company: www.dossmatik.de) (dose)
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> And then there is MicroBlaze, NIOS II, Mico32(LM32), ARM Cortex M1 and
> more, which are optimized for FPGA Implementation.

also one more

http://www.dossmatik.de/mais-cpu.html

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