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ARM vs AVR Assignment

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This is the assignment that compares AVR to ARM microprocessor. 2016 semester 2. Received 4.5/5.

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ARM vs AVR Assignment
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Computer architecture Computing Computer engineering Instruction set architectures Central processing unit Microcontrollers Assembly languages Processor register Addressing mode ARM architecture Status register Reduced instruction set computer
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Computer architecture Computing Computer engineering Instruction set architectures Central processing unit Microcontrollers Assembly languages Processor register Addressing mode ARM architecture Status register Reduced instruction set computer
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Pipelines increase the speed at which a microprocessor executes operations by processing multiple instructions at the same time. Earlier ARM microprocessors, such as the ARM7, have 3-stage pipelines. The stages are fetch, decode and execute. Later ARM microprocessors tend to have more pipelines. In contrast, AVR has a 2-stage pipeline. Architecture. ARM is a Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC). AVR has the following typical RISC architecture features: o Has a large uniform register file. o Uses a load/store architecture (like AVR) where data operations only operate on register contents, rather than on memory contents. O Addresses are determined from register contents and instruction fields only. o Uniform and fixed-length instruction fields to simplify instruction decoding.' Conditional execution. Most instructions contain a 4-bit condition field, ...
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