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'''SETUP'''
 
'''SETUP'''
 
*J-Link software: V7.61e
 
*J-Link software: V7.61e
*Embedded Studio: V5.68
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*Embedded Studio: V6.13
 
*Hardware: DK-E7-BNDL-A1 Ensemble E7 Beta Development Kit (DevKit) with Baseboard + CPU Board
 
*Hardware: DK-E7-BNDL-A1 Ensemble E7 Beta Development Kit (DevKit) with Baseboard + CPU Board
*Link: [[File:AlifSemi_CxEx_TestProject_ES_V568.zip]]
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*Link: [[File:AlifSemi_CxEx_TestProject_ES_V613.zip]]

Latest revision as of 16:04, 1 February 2022

The families of fusion processors and microcontrollers (MCUs) from Alif Semiconductor create a scalable and compatible continuum of highly integrated embedded processor devices for use in low-end to high-end intelligent IoT end-point applications. Architected for power efficiency and long battery life, these devices deliver high computation and ML/AI capability, multi-layered security, computer vision, and highly interactive human-machine interface.

Debug Support

The J-Link support for the Crescendo and Ensemble includes both Cortex-M55 cores, and both Cortex-A32 cores. The user can configure the accessiblity of the cores with the Alif Security Toolkit.

On-Chip Memory Regions

The internal flash is called MRAM:

Instance Name Size (mega bytes) Memory region
Bank 0 up to 5.75 0x80000000 - 0x805C0000

Example Application

The following example project was created with the SEGGER Embedded Studio project wizard and runs out-of-the-box on the Hilscher NetX90 evalboard. It is a simple Hello World sample linked into the internal flash. SETUP