[Oberon] New Hardware for Oberon / Risc-5 ?
joerg.straube at iaeth.ch
Tue Jul 24 13:27:45 CEST 2018
Comparing FPGAs 1:1 is difficult. The RISC-5 CPU fits in a LX9.
- LX9 has 9K logic cells, 576 kbits memory, 200 IO
- CL016 has 16k logic cells, 504 kbits memory, 340 IO
>From the order of magnitude Oberon should fit
Am 24.07.18, 12:12 schrieb "Oberon im Auftrag von greim" <oberon-bounces at lists.inf.ethz.ch im Auftrag von greim at schleibinger.com>:
Arduinio brought a brand new FPGA board to the market!
Its quite cheap (50 EUR) and seems to have 8 MByte of SRAM
Not much info yet.
Seems they will build the future software on System Verilog.
And maybe they create also a Verilog dev. platform on the web.
Could imagine that Intel will support it. Their standing in the embedded
world is friendly spoken quite weak up to now.
But Arduinio was a success story up to now, so I am optimistic that they
will bring FPGA programming to the people, as they did with
Could any body say if the Cyclone 10CL016 is powerful enough to handle
the Oberon system?
Bringing Oberon and Arduinio together would be a big step ahead for
Oberon / Risc-5, I think.
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