[sdiy] Digital delay memory

Nils Pipenbrinck n.pipenbrinck at hilbert-space.de
Thu Apr 28 01:46:43 CEST 2016

On 04/28/2016 01:19 AM, Eric Brombaugh wrote:

> FWIW there are a number of alternative ARM-based MCU families out there
> that do support SDRAM. NXP makes a few, but last I looked they had the
> disadvantage of not having on-chip flash & required loading code from
> external serial memory. That was a while ago though - there may be
> better options now.

They are: LPC4353JBD208

In LQFP package, 512kb flash, 136kb SRAM, external memory interface, two 
I²S ports and lots of other goodies.

Oh, it's a dual core with a floating-point capable Cortex-M4 and a 
separate Cortex-M0 for time-critical stuff.

Also boots from internal flash of course.


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