STMicro Cortex-M4 Samples Coming Out!

STMicro has done it again... this time readying their ARM Cortex-M4 MCU (with hardware floating-point, DSP instructions and compatibility with Cortex-M3) for production in early 2011. In addition, they're also expanding into the F-2 series, which features an adaptive real-time memory accelerator to achieve a performance of 150 Dhrystone MIPS when executing code from flash at 120MHz (the maximum possible for the Cortex core).

All the above devices will remain software and pin-compatible!

Now it will be possible to upgrade the CPU on some existing IMU/AHRS/MARG/INS designs, so that a true Kalman filter can be implemented with floating-point support!

Click here if you want to read the full press release.

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Comment by Hamish on November 30, 2010 at 6:06pm
mmmmmmm, Kalman filter . . . . . *drool*
Comment by Lew Payne on November 30, 2010 at 6:41pm
@Hamish - Here's a good discussion on various flavors of Kalman filters, if you're still hungry for more. :)
Comment by Hamish on November 30, 2010 at 7:04pm
these guys are talking 20 state vectors!

remind me to press ctrl+shift+p next time you link some diiirrrrrrrrrrrrty stuff like that!


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